I have a 7 foot 3pt snow blower, it has worked well with my Ford/NH:
7700 85hp. It has 4 reverse gears, more power than needed for the size blower kinda hard on the blower, and I have the wheels spaced to almost 8 feet so it doesn't fit in runs over a couple inches of snow on each side. The cab is nice.
1720 with loader, 27hp. Technically this shouldn't have enough hp, but it has the 4 reverse speeds so it works well, just have to pick a slow enough speed. With the loader on the front, and it starts well on cold temps, this ends up being the rig I use the most.
960 45hp. With only 1 reverse speed this is the hardest to spouse, I have but rarely.
5000 60hp. Since it has hi/low option and is set on 30 inch rows, it is probably the perfect tractor for my blower, but without a cab and without a loader, I tend to pick one of the top 2 on the list. Certainly a nice fit tho. If you have a more standard 8-2 speed you have a few less choices on reverse speeds, but it would work ok I would think even with only 2 reverses.