We have 13 acres that are pretty hilly and all clay, lived here for 1.5 years so far. The Mahindra is the thing we use the heck out of. I'm 5 ft 1 217 lbs and female. I'm not strong.
So far we have used it for.... muck stalls with it (deep litter in winter, per Joel Salatin), haul compost down to the field, stretch fence, haul fence rolls, clear invasive ivy, process a pig on it, move round bales, transplant fruit trees w the back hoe, pull down slag piles for firewood, cut driveway/roads, clear a space for a shed, move pigs and their piglets, move big logs when a tree fell, dig out stumps, clean up old metal garbage we found buried out there lime old axles and long steel trusses if some sort and half a car, move chicken tractor, move a small shed, till up the garden, stand on it and pick apples (since it was there), haul garden produce back to the house (the truck was out of commission that day), dig out/repair drainage ditch, move giant rocks, level holes in the field caused by pigs, level out and clean up land where digging was done by heavy equipment for water lines, get truck unstuck from the mud by lifting it (too muddy for pulling it), buty dead livestock in hard clay soil....
We have used the heck out of it. We may not be as (permie?) as some folks here. We don't "identify" with tractors, although that backhoe is hella fun. And our place recovers very quickly here in Western Washington. And we are just starting, so a lot of infrastructure is needing done, heavy work that we just can't do by hand, and when hubs works? I'm doing it alone, and I'm a weakling. And 46. Not in my 20's. I save my back for important stuff so I can still walk the next day. And yes, I still muck stalls by hand, too. The tractor doesn't reach it all. And the stall muck compacts, needing broken up. Hubs, a strapping 6'3" construction dude, was in there w a pick axe, breaking it up while I shoveled. The tractor backhoe was a HUGE improvement. I'm very busy already, as is hubs. It is rather nice to have him say "Ok, we have to move your plum tree over here to this spot", and he marks where the hole goes and goes on to the fencing or whatever, n I jump on the tractor n roll over there n dig out the hole in under an hour. And there is NO way I can puck up a pig at processing time. The 2 of us together, small AGH mix pigs... couldn't even roll the pig or drag the pig up a ramp into the back of the truck. Dead weight is a whole different ballgame.
Also, I started half training one of our beef calves to be a draft animal (I know nothing about this, I just started doing it, same as with my dog), but they are limited. They can only pull stuff. And there is still equipment involved, chains, yoke... They can't scoop dirt, hang a pig, dig a hole... Or pick up and move said log that fell down into a tight spot and needs positioned to be drug out of there.
We spend money on diesel and lube, so far, and bought a maintenance plan, but we are using that thing every other day. We are maki gmpayments on it for now, but expect to pay it off early, and we are fastidious about the prescribed maintenance, as with any other tool. Before that, we were calling my Dad to come w his tractor, a smaller Kubota, and Dad recommended going one size up from his. He tilled our garden though, bc he has the tiller and he does... identify w his tractor. It's his favorite toy. lol. We have to till bc we are building soil instead of clay, and the garden is a 1/4 acre or so.