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Improving Productivity In Agriculture with Versatile Attachments BarnCat

Improving Productivity In Agriculture with Versatile Attachments

BarnCat

Certain attachments are particularly useful in agriculture applications, and with performance abilities continuously improving, it is helpful to stay on top of the latest advancements when considering your next attachment purchase.

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Tackle Many Jobs with One Machine: Attachments Increase Mini Hydraulic Excavator Versatility GregWorley

Tackle Many Jobs with One Machine: Attachments Increase Mini Hydraulic Excavator Versatility

GregWorley

For digging, lifting and clean-up on job sites with tight quarters, mini hydraulic excavators combine powerful performance with easy maneuverability. Able to go where larger machines can’t, mini hydraulic excavators are ideal for work in backyards, inside buildings and around fences. Their hydraulic systems enable them to quickly move large amounts of material, and attachments make these machines useful in many industries including landscaping, construction and agriculture.

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Deciding Whether a Backhoe Loader or Mini Hydraulic Excavator is a Better Fit RoyBrookhart

Deciding Whether a Backhoe Loader or Mini Hydraulic Excavator is a Better Fit

RoyBrookhart

For at least 20 years, we’ve been told that the backhoe loader is on its way out. Those predicting its demise have argued that the backhoe is not valuable, and that it’s replaceable by newer machines. If that were true, why has the backhoe loader continued to earn a spot in operators’ fleets? Granted, the mini hydraulic excavator has proven a top contender for the same spot, but it’s not always a matter of which is superior to the other—it’s quite the opposite, actually. People are comparing the benefits of mini hydraulic excavators and backhoe loaders side by side to figure out which is better for their individual equipment requirements.

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Building A Legacy: Farm Transitions BarnCat

Building A Legacy: Farm Transitions

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Think about the last farmer you interacted with – chances are, you were the younger person involved in that conversation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the United States Department of Agriculture, the average American farmer is 57 years old. In fact, over 60 percent of farmers in our country are 55 years old or older. Since more than 87 percent of farms are family owned, farm transition planning is becoming an important topic. 

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Managing Expectations for Cattle Farm Sustainability

Managing Expectations for Cattle Farm Sustainability

Cattle producers are facing increasing pressure to embrace sustainability wholeheartedly. Now more than ever before, sustainable practices like grazing schedules, conservation and genetics have become a delicate balance in maintaining a healthy environment. Traditionally, operation strategies are inherited with the cattle operation and new leaders make minor changes along the way to improve efficiency. Today, operators have to find a balance between traditional methods and more sustainable methods.

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