“Moovin” On: Dairy Farm Switches to a Bobcat Compact Track Loader

Del Dairy’s T590 sits in the alleyway of their dairy barn.

Motivated in part by good friends who’d established a farm in Manitoba, Les and Karen deLeeuw decided to start their own dairy and moved 63 cows nearly 1,000 miles across Canada, from Les’ parents’ dairy in British Columbia to a

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Landscaping Crew Swaps Shovels and Wheelbarrows for an MT85

For 13 years, the crew at Jat’s Backyard Landscaping in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, prided themselves on doing all their work by hand — including loading trucks, digging holes and moving concrete. The addition of an MT85 now lets them do more in less time.

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Smart Technologies Expand Attachment Capabilities

Bobcat compact track loader with laser grader

Versatile attachments have always been designed to enhance equipment fleets and help reduce labor. While that likely won’t change, it is important to note that advancing technology means that today’s compact machine operators benefit from improvements designed to increase accuracy, efficiency and attachment management.

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2015 Create & Conserve – Part 2: The Projects: Trails, Tile, Erosion Control, Conservation Plots, Wildlife Viewing Area

We visited 2015 Bobcat Create & Conserve Contest winner John Oxley at his Sandpoint, Idaho, property to review his conservation project wish list: building trails to increase access to his property and putting in erosion control measures.

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How to Transform Your Business With Attachments

Attachments are essential to compact equipment versatility, and the ability to successfully stock the right attachments in quantities that meet customer demand is crucial to understanding their needs and helping them further identify business opportunities.

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Tips to Prepare Your Loader for the Busy Season

As spring begins, Bobcat® compact loader owners should start thinking about maintenance on their machines. A maintenance checklist — including testing the battery, checking tires, fluids, oils and fuels — and following attachment maintenance procedures should take place several weeks before you operate your loader on a jobsite.

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Is a Utility Vehicle Right for Your Landscaping Business?

Utility vehicles are becoming more versatile with the addition of attachment capabilities, which is why more landscapers are taking a second look at them. If you’re wondering if it’s the right piece of equipment for your business, here’s what you need to know.

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