Get the turfs.
Park the tractor in one bay or the other, the "shop work/ reloading" bay if necessary, and move it out when you need to use the "shop".
This SCUT is an expensive yet practical "investment" that will serve you well for decades if you give it the regard that it deserves.
P.S. - Think about how/where to store attachments while protecting them from weather.
On a pallet, or under a tarp shed, or under a cover or tarp. Keep those off the ground if possible ...
I have enough room that the FEL and Hoe will be in the same area the tractor is kept in, kept on dollies
Like with my JD L130 set up for snow duty, I'll start up and pull it outside to let the blower acclimate while I change into my "Snow blowing clothes." That lets the chute and housing cool down so that I don't get the dreaded snow clogs. Not to mention, it doesn't stink up the place. I anticipate a back blade in additon to the SB50 for snow removal since we live at the very end of a cul de sac. It will also give me additional traction ballast. I also intend to have the reare tire filled. with Rim Giuard. There's a ton of clean up needed regarding the county snow removal crews. There's always the five feet to remove from in front of the mailbox (distance, not depth) of not only our mail box, but the neighbors three houses away each direction. He's great about clearing for the "island" that we all use to park in while clearing our driveways (everyone's garage seems to be occupied by everything but cars)
I'm out there, so why not clear them out as well. Some are in their 70's and one in her 90's, So far, I only do my driveway in the winter, but that may change this next winter. The home next door just went up for sale.
Just for perspective: I turned 66 last New Year's day. Many of my neighbors are retired. They still clear their own drive ways. Place to the east of me is for sale/pending. If it's whom I think it is, I'll clear her drive as well. A single Mom with a daughter. Let the Mom and kid do the walk from the front door to the drive, But I'll take care of the drive to the street, plus the mail box. (plus what the county doesn't do.) I'm looking forward to some seat time in the new Kioti.
The BH will be new to me.
We live in north/central Michigan. We get snowed upon. We're on the fringe of lake effect snow, depending upon the wind strength. Last Winter, the county snow plow went by our place three times. We had to get the wife an all wheel drive with four wheel lock this winter so that she could go to work everyday. Her office is only 3 miles away. Once she gets out of the sub division and onto the main road she's fine. It's only a block and a halve.