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If the battery is, in fact, disconnected from the tractor, I believe that you can safely assume that the tractor is not discharging it.
What is the actual voltage of the battery measured at the starter under various conditions.
I'd go back to basics here... follow the entire electrical path between the battery and the starter. Remove, clean-till-bright, and reassemble each and every connection both positive and negative.
That jumper cables don't change anything would lead one to suspect that the problem has nothing to do with the battery but rather the starter, solenoid or electrical path between them and the battery.
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