Usually happens when the clutch disk sticks to the flywheel due to rust binding the two together. The fix is to try to put a sudden load on the drivetrain in first gear. Really have to be careful that you don't cause the front end to raise. If you have a front bumper use it to push a tree. You may have to put a jumper on the starter switch to start it in gear. You will hold the clutch pedal down while loading it and hope it breaks loose. I hoped that was my problem but mine had the other issue: throw-out bearing release arms were worn off so moving the pedal didn't move anything inside. That required splitting the tractor and replacing the pressure plate and disk.
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