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It's Not The Size It's How Many Ways You Can Use It
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Field Work

The ultimate test of any piece of equipment is how well it performs. It's not a challenge to find a machine that works under optimal circumstances. The real test comes when conditions are at their worst. Bobcat machines are designed to be the toughest, most reliable equipment available, getting the job done no matter what the circumstances.

Bobcat skid-steer loaders are equipped to handle just about any terrain, whether clearing a path through thick underbrush or plowing forward through densely packed earth. They can perform multiple jobs, and they operate in soft, wet, muddy, snowy or sandy environments. Bobcat loaders are currently used by all branches of the military in facilities both in the U.S. and around the world.

Other Government Work

Of course, most Bobcat equipment—whether in the private or the government sector—is used for civilian work. The same attributes that make our equipment so useful for the military—the versatility, maneuverability and durability of our machines—make it the perfect fit for the needs of any other government agency.

Bobcat loaders and excavators, particularly, have been used all over the country by wide varieties of government services, both Federal and at the state and local levels. As just one example, the National Park Service and United States Forest Service routinely use Bobcat equipment for their daily needs. Perhaps it's a road in the Virgin Islands that needs repairs; maybe it's a trail being built in Rocky Mountain National Park. From the Grand Canyon to Glacier North Park to Yosemite, Bobcat machines are getting jobs done all across the country.