February 10, 2016


Have you ever wondered how many preschool students fit in the bucket of a wheel loader?  We recently had the opportunity to learn the answer first-hand while exhibiting machines and talking with customers at the Agri-Action show in Twin Falls.

The event held many points of interest, including when a preschool class of fourteen students stopped by our booth on a field trip.  After IPSSR Stephen Roberts explained what the wheel loader did, all of the students got to pick out a cow toy, and then and piled into the wheel loader bucket for a one-of-a-kind class photo.

Beyond our encounter with such excited and entertaining children, there was a wealth of information available to attendees. The 39 year-old show is one of the largest agriculture exhibitions in southern Idaho, featuring over 80 exhibitors and seminar topics ranging from pollinator protection (University of Idaho), to cloud seeding and irrigation energy efficiency (Idaho Power), to preventing spray drift (Idaho State Department of Agriculture).

Our Cat yellow stood out in a sea of tractors, balers, combines, and other agricultural machinery.  On display, we showcased several loaders and a telehandler, along with a variety of attachments such as forks, a snow pusher, and the increasingly popular rock picker.

Despite the large number of customers who stopped by our booth, the sales team did a great job keeping up, answering questions and showing off our equipment. Their dedication, attentiveness and efforts are paving the way for lots of potential future sales. Great job guys!

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