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Feeler® Brings Muscle to Agriculture

Agriculture in South Africa is not for the faint-hearted. It requires dedication, strength and will. Luckily, Feeler® has been doing the heavy lifting since 2009.  Feeler® provides some serious muscle and it presents itself in the form of fork lifts, earth-moving equipment and more.

Every step of industrial-scale agriculture requires quality agricultural products in the form of heavy duty machinery. The industry calls for a lot of power to achieve tasks and the right equipment can make a huge difference.

Backhoe Loaders

Backhoe loaders give agriculture in South Africa an undeniable edge. This edge is owed to the fact that it is a low-cost yet high-performance machine with forty different applications and interchangeable lower bucket options. You can move just about anything of any size to anywhere.

Skid Steer Loader

Skid steer loaders are used to move objects on a smaller scale. This still happens in a fraction of the time that it would take with manual labour. Remove debris and waste from cattle pens quickly to start the day off fresh. Its compactness makes it very user-friendly and easy to manoeuvre – do your job in half the time! Stop cleaning out the cow manure from your barn with an old broom and bucket. Instead, drive back and forth and hey presto! – the space is good as new.

Mini Excavator

If you want a multi-tool for odd jobs around the farm, the mini excavator is the ideal agricultural product. It is always good to have around for digging trenches and irrigation ditches.

Any job too big for a shovel and some elbow grease is a job for the mini excavator. Say, for instance, you have decided to knock down an old storage unit for more farming space: the mini excavator can help demolish small structures, dig holes, remove stumps and flatten landscaping.

The agricultural industry needs some muscle to get the job done. We have come a long way since work mules and horses – embrace it with Feeler®

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