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Fall 2011

From WorkSaver Readers

“Our Bobcat® loaders have made us successful over the years and are the toughest and most dependable machine in its class. Our Bobcat loaders are used for many projects, including backfilling, grading and loading. If you want a tough machine, buy a Bobcat loader.” — Homer Barnhardt Sr., Saluda, Va.

“My 440B is the best machine that I have purchased in my 50 years of farming.” — Lloyd Stauffer, Greene, Iowa

“I like Bobcat skid-steer loaders because mine has had very few problems. It has about 7,200 hours on it, and I wouldn’t buy another brand.” — Daryl O’Connell, Rochester, Minn.

“Bobcat equipment is the best. I have owned and operated Bobcat machines for more than 50 years, using them in my cattle operation. It’s a great machine to use after a snowfall — certainly a legend to me.” — Daniel Fairchild, Secor, Ill.

“My Bobcat 463 is the handiest, well-built machine that I have used for snow removal and excavating. Bobcat service is second to none!” –– Dave Bartoehowski, Depew, N.Y.

Thayden Presseau

Thayden's costume

Thayden Presseau is three years old and according to his dad, “loves everything Bobcat.” His parents made this unofficial T-Series compact track loader, using mostly cardboard. The bucket and back compartment were both convenient for candy storage for Halloween.

Zackary

Zackary's costume

Zackary, of Lehighton, Pa., sports his Bobcat costume, which won “Best Costume” at his school’s Halloween parade last year. The costume replicates his dad, Michael’s, Bobcat 7753 skid-steer loader.

BS&B

BS&B's T110 model

Built by the father of one of BS&B’s customers after he fell in love with his son’s T190. It is built almost completely out of wood with the exception of the cab door, seat, joysticks and cylinders. The cylinders are made from PVC piping and actually work. The lift arm raises and lowers, and the tailgate opens.