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Spring 2012

Bobcat Pause

From WorkSaver® readers

Nine-year-old Bob Mancinelli of Hollidaysburg, Pa., shows off his admiration for Bobcat equipment. According to his mom, Bob is an aspiring future Bobcat owner-operator. She says he loves reading WorkSaver magazine from cover to cover.

Nine-year-old Bob Mancinelli of Hollidaysburg, Pa., shows off his admiration for Bobcat equipment. According to his mom, Bob is an aspiring future Bobcat owner-operator. She says he loves reading WorkSaver magazine from cover to cover.

“We have two S175 skid-steer loaders and a 753 with nearly 17,000 hours on it. We are firm believers in Bobcat equipment for our dairy. We cannot run without them.” — John Leuenberger, Winslow, Ill.

“I really enjoy reading WorkSaver magazine. My Bobcat 753 skid-steer loader has been the best investment I’ve ever made.” — Tom Doyle, Westminster, Md.

“I really like the versatility of my Bobcat skid-steer loader and the support of my local dealer.” — Byron Moore, Scott Depot, W.Va.

“I’ve enjoyed using my Bobcat S250. It’s helped me a lot during tough times.” — Armando Rivas, Whittier, Calif.

“My first machine was a 440B for cleaning livestock pens. I now have a residential grading company and open three Bobcat loaders and many Bobcat attachments. When I traded a year ago, I didn’t even look at other brands. Bobcat equipment has been instrumental in my company’s growth.” — Dave Pepper, Boone, Iowa

A Bobcat M-Series skid-steer
loader was part of
the 1-24 infantry battalion’s
260th tactical sling load,
completed in December
2011. Pictured right, the
skid-steer loader was
transported approximately
60 kilometers from
Deh Chopan to Qalat,
Afghanistan, as part of
Operation North Slope II.
Photo submitted by
1LT Brian R. Perkins, Adjutant,
1-24 Infantry Battalion.

A Bobcat M-Series skidsteer loader was part of the 1-24 infantry battalion’s 260th tactical sling load, completed in December 2011. Pictured right, the skid-steer loader was transported approximately 60 kilometers from Deh Chopan to Qalat, Afghanistan, as part of Operation North Slope II. Photo submitted by 1LT Brian R. Perkins, Adjutant, 1-24 Infantry Battalion.

“We’ve owned Bobcat loaders for 20 years. Now we own our third S220 skid-steer loader.” — Gerald Reagan, Abbeville, La.

“We are on our fourth Bobcat skid-steer loader in 38 years of farming. Nothing else compares and service and parts availability are No. 1.” — Charles Long, Herman, Minn.















Connor Isaiah Taylor was born
in August 2011 in Northwest
Florida. He proudly announced
his construction equipment
allegiance when his first bib
sported the Bobcat logo.

Connor Isaiah Taylor was born in August 2011 in Northwest Florida. He proudly announced his construction equipment allegiance when his first bib sported the Bobcat logo.