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Align Outdoors

Align Outdoors is a group of friends who wanted to do better. Better for others and themselves. Better for their clients and partners. Better for their community.

Andy, the founder of Align Outdoors, loves taking his daughter to playgrounds in their community and discovering fun, innovative playgrounds. The two discovered one playground company that stood out above the rest– playgrounds manufactured by Landscape Structures. Andy reached out to the local representative, Parkitects, and after they saw his passion and enthusiasm, was offered a job as a Regional Manager.

It only took a few weeks for Andy to realize Parkitects playspace designs were in high demand and there was a growing need for more installers… so he proposed Align Outdoors as a solution.  

Align Outdoors is a team of six friends, each with rich histories in landscaping and working with one another. For the last year, Align Outdoors has been servicing Western New York with much needed commercial playscapes and custom landscapes. 

The Align Outdoors team wanted to use their talents to revitalize communities and build exciting playgrounds. To enjoy every single day and have fun on the job. Align Outdoors gives them this opportunity, and they don’t plan on looking back. 

Align Outdoors is already booked for next season and in talks of bringing on another crew to help meet their growing demand. The team’s partners and manufacturers notice Align Outdoor’s commitment to stunning installations and have voiced pride in their hard work. Together, Align Outdoors is pushing for a larger impact on community work and are even working with non-profit partners to volunteer their time and donations to better their community together.

The tools they use to get the job done? Andy and the Align Outdoors team choose Kubota equipment because they know they can trust Kubota’s CCE and landscaping equipment to help them make the world a better place.

Learn more about Andy and Align Outdoor’s efforts by visiting their website

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Challenges of growing old!

A letter from Jamie Boss Sr.

I couldn’t live here without my Kubota!  (No, I do not sell Kubota tractors)

When my wife and I moved to Hampton seven years ago, I was a healthy 66-year-old man. Now I am an aging 73-year-old man who has realized that the only reason we were able to live in our converted 100-year-old barn, on our hillside farm overlooking the valley below, was due to our trusty BX24 Kubota tractor.

It sounds rather silly. Why would a small tractor with a bucket loader and backhoe make any difference at all? When I was youngish, I could bend my knees and lift a 454 Chevy block onto the workbench of my automotive machine shop to set it up for boring. Next moment, I would be picking up the heavy cast iron heads for the big block Chevy, leaning over the side of my cylinder head grinding machine to locate the head fir surface grounding. No problem! Today, when my wife hands be a new jar of peanut butter, I must brace my body against the counter, grit my teeth, grasp the jar with both hands and make a gigantic physical grunting sound as I attempt to free the lid from the jar. In the end, the effort expended may or may not get us to the peanut butter waiting within. I would then hand the jar to my grandson, who twists the lid off with youthful ease. Growing old gracefully is not in my vocabulary.

When we arrived in Hampton, we fell in love with our 100-year- old converted barn, perched on a hillside, down a steep 300’ driveway, and overlooking a steeper hill above the Little River Valley. If you have ever heard the expression “Love is blind”, you can appreciate how we overlooked the “steep driveway, house perched on a hill, overlooking a steep hill above the valley floor.” Obviously, we did not buy the house with snow on the ground. By that February, we had two blizzards in a row and no practical way to clear the snow from our driveway. It was then we slowly realized how vulnerable we were in our “house on a hill”.

Within a year or so, we purchased a used Kubota tractor from a new friend, believing this would help with our snow removal problem. It helped immensely. Soon, the grand total of tractor possibilities became clear as I used it for many projects unrelated to snow removal. Our tractor came with a forklift attachment for the bucket. When we began to build things in the back yard, Home Depot would drop off the heavy wood in front of the house and I would bring it down the hill with my “forklift.” As large trees came down in our woodlot, I could saw up the tree, stack the wood in the waiting bucket, and bring the load up to the woodshed to be split. I used the backhoe to dig trenches for neighbors, carve out a flat area to build our post and beam shed in the back yard and even dig a grave for one of our goats in the dead of winter.

After buying a few attachments that clamped to the bucket, I found I could lift huge logs with a pincher device hanging down from the front of the bucket. I could clamp a trailer ball onto the bucket and easily move our many trailers around our steep, hilly yard with ease. An eye attachment for the bucket allowed me to lift my big motorcycle out of the mud and into the workshop. The forklift attachment made hauling multiple bales of straw or hay to the barn tent an easy process. Once I needed to move an entire Quonset style tent frame to the back yard. I simply parked the tractor under the frame, raised the back with the backhoe, raised the front with the bucket, tied it onto the tractor and motored off down the hill to find a flat spot to place it on. I can’t remember the number of large rocks I have moved with the little tractor, but there have been a bunch. Our back hill was full of thorny bushes that defied the use of weedwhackers or lawn mowers. After watching a cooking show, where the cook sliced celery with her magic knife, I sharpened the edge of the bucket, positioned the tractor at the top of the hill and drove down hill with the bucket floating. Viola, I cleanly sliced off every thorny bush I met.

When we began to organize the barn raising of our post and beam cabin, I was able to pile the heavy beams in neat piles in order of assembly. When it came time to raise the “bents” of the structure, I raised the bucket high, connected the lifting eye to the bucket and used a block and tackle to raise the heavy three bents one at a time.

In short, using my trusty Kubota, I am king of the hill. I am the very model of a very savvy farmer who can do any chore around the farm without batting an eye. Sitting high on my worn-out tractor seat, I am an orange superman, able to lift tall logs with a single pull of a handle. I am master of all I survey in my back yard.

Without my Kubota, I am but a 73- year-old grandfather in search of his grandson to open a jar of crunchy peanut butter.
 
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What a Ride with Global Action Sports Solutions Parks

Riding bikes taught Jeremy Witek what is meant to feel alive. He started Global Action Sports Solutions Parks with one desire in mind– to create the world standard in adventure sport facility and trail development with unforgettable commitment to user experience. Now, 20 years later, G.A.S.S. Parks has completed more than 70 projects in 29 different countries, including involvement in events such as: Red Bull Rampage, Red Bull Ride’n’Style, GoPro Mountain Games, X Games and Downhill Taxco.

Jeremy and his team rely on Kubota construction equipment to help them build skateparks, bicycle trails and even motocross tracks. They’re currently using Kubota U17, U27-4 and U35-4 mini excavators, as well as a SVL65-2 skid steer to make sure there’s no obstacle they can’t conquer. They work to create parks and trails that are accessible to adventurers of all ages and skill levels. Jeremy encourages local kids and members of the community to assist him in finishing each project and shows them how these tracks bring riders, skates and hikers together. In order to terraform and design these trails, Jeremy and the G.A.S.S. team have to wait for favorable weather, which means they get to do a fair amount of biking in their downtime! 

G.A.S.S. Parks is currently building a downhill bike park for the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians in San Diego, California. The bike park is located on the La Jolla Indian Reservation campground, which sees over 100,000 visitors annually, and is set to open fall 2022. G.A.S.S. expects over 20,000 mountain bikers to visit the new park, which will feature a shuttle system for riders and their bikes. Each trail that Jeremy and his crew build is built in a way that preserves nature and gives it plenty of room to grow.

The G.A.S.S. Parks team features project updates on their Facebook and Instagram pages and are planning on starting a high-end YouTube channel later this year. Laying the groundwork for the next generation of skaters, bikers and hikers… G.A.S.S. Parks and Kubota know how to get the job done! 


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Legacy Foundation

The Legacy Academy opened its doors in 2020, right during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Holly ___ watched as five students grew to nine and realized that these students needed options for building vocational skills, as well as college-bound individuals in need of real world STEM applications. So, she started Legacy Foundation and rounded out its board members with 

“The Legacy Foundation seeks to teach principles from the past, using the technology of today.”

Holly’s family donated five acres to the Legacy Foundation and students have the opportunity to attend farm school days– days where they’ll take the STEM skills they learn in the classroom and watch as they translate to agricultural science, permaculture and aquaponics projects. 

Right now, the Legacy Foundation is working to restore an old barn, install a well system and hook the barn up to electricity. With the help of a trusty RTV900, her father’s old tractor and the eager spirit of the Legacy Academy students, Holly has watched students find inspiration in working the land and a deeper appreciation for STEM skills in the field, especially during the uncertainty of online school and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

Future Legacy Foundation projects include a garden, farmer’s market, parent drop-off/ pick-up loop and picnic table area. The Legacy Foundation relies entirely on community sponsors and private donations. You can donate to the foundation by clicking here.

Legacy Academy: https://thisislegacyacademy.com/

Legacy Farm: https://thisislegacyfarms.com/

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Mulder Outdoors

Mulder Outdoors is Northwest Indiana’s one-stop-shop for landscaping, hardscaping, lawn maintenance, drainage and light excavation solutions. Andy Mulder started Mulder Outdoors eight years ago, but he’s no stranger to the landscaping industry. 

“What drives me is the ability to build amazing projects for people and reflect back at the end of the day.” 

Mulder Outdoors is a five-man team, but that doesn’t stop Andy and his crew from taking on big challenges. Simple things like jobsite cleanliness, acute attention to detail and clear communication are clear differentiators in the Mulder Outdoors experience. Andy invests into his company and the equipment they’re working with and equipment like the Kubota KX080-4 lets Mulder Outdoors take their capabilities to even greater heights. 

Andy loves the industry, loves the team he works with and, most importantly, loves being outside in #KubotaCountry each and every day. 

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Barnhome Living

No idea is too out of the box for the Hershberger family when they built their dream home five years ago. April and Andy purchased a 300-acre homestead project in Southwestern Pennsylvania in 2008 that would take years of planning, pushing the boundaries of design. It took years for April’s vision to come to fruition, but they knew that a Kubota L3540 was a simple solution to maintaining their newly acquired land, because as April says, “You can’t own land without owning a tractor, we use ours almost daily.” 

7 years later they began building their dream home, a 165-year-old wooden Canadian barn that would be used to frame their home. Today you can see their home featured on April’s personal page @barnhomeliving where she lives her life in color featuring vibrant home décor and their barn home design. Catch April hopping in and out of her Kubota L3540 surrounding her unique home with colorful landscaping to Appalachian snow removal on their mile-long driveway. Kubota has helped make their house into a home with hard work and many personal touches along the way. 

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Fox Valley Farm

Looking for the perfect piece of property can be a challenge, but it was meant to be when the Fox family stumbled across Fox Valley Farm. Jennifer and her family instantly fell in love and purchased their latest adventure transforming it from a nursery to an orchard and one-of-a-kind hopyard. 

96 percent of hops are grown on the Pacific coast within the tri-state area of, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, yet the Fox family is finding enormous success in being a part of the other four percent. Finding the right varieties for their Florida property has been an experiment. Each year they swap out those that do not perform well while keeping those that thrive. Hops growers from around the globe have visited their yard to learn more about their success and unique operation. 

Today Jennifer and her family utilize their Kubota equipment to grow, pick and process their hopyard as well as their fresh fruit orchard and local farmers market on their property. Their new Kubota RTV is the crucial sixth member of the family when transporting their harvested hops across the farm. We can’t wait to see how Fox Valley Farm and Hopyard continue to grow in their community and international shipments. 

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You probably know that we're all about working smarter and not harder... especially when we're completing a manual labor job! With so much sweat and strain in executing an installation, we always want to utilize tools to the best of our ability to make our job easier! With so many options on the market, it's hard to know what works and what is worth the investment. Equipment makes us feel more confident and more empowered to get the job done most efficiently. And let's be real, who doesn't love driving a tractor?!

Kubota and New South Tractor (Kubota dealer located in Newton, NC) allowed us to test two amazing tractors for our installation job. New South delivered these brand spankin' new tractors to our job site and they showed up in style.

Lets review these tractors:

LA1065 on the MX6000 series enclosed cab tractor

The first tractor: heavyweight champion of the world (are you imagining me introducing a boxing round?) LA1065 on the MX6000 series enclosed cab tractor.

This bad boy was a hoss! It's practically the CadillacTM of tractors when we're talking about comfort and luxury; it has an enclosed cab to protect from elements and controlled cabin air control with both air conditioning and heat. This was something that was brand new to us and we loved it! In my previous life in the turf world, those long days spent on the tractor, renovating athletic fields, or spreading fertilizer, this would have been perfect in the summertime and the cold winter scraping snow and ice.  For this installation, we needed a heavy-duty piece of machinery to unload the 1500-pound trees off of the truck. Since the higher you go in the air, the more off-balance the tractor becomes, ensuring we had a heavy, properly ballasted tractor to off-set the front load was key. The LA1065 came with forks on the front, which worked perfectly to hold these large rootballs. Once we had the holes dug, we lifted and positioned it inside of the tree well and set down in its new permanent home. We know that this tractor can come with a multitude of implements, so I am confident we didn't use it to its fullest potential, but to unload and position heavy trees, it worked like a charm. TPL-approved for sure! 

LA340+ BT603 Backhoe on the BX series 4WD tractor

Up next, we have the small but mighty, lightweight champion of the world: the LA340+ BT603 Backhoe on the BX series 4WD tractor.

The best feature about this tractor is the compact size of it. For this job, we needed a tractor to fit into a small yard to move materials. While we were met with unforeseen fencing issues that led us to not be able to maneuver this piece of equipment into the backyard, it still worked out great for the digging of the large tree wells and moving new material around. The new tree wells already had hardscape stone edging around them and we needed to dig down roughly 33" and 40" wide to allow for our new tree rootball to sit at grade-level. We parked the BX near the digging zone, deployed the feet to brace the tractor, turned the seat around to face the rear, buckled up, and began using the mini backhoe to dig the holes. I don't know about you, but there is something so cool about a digging arm! Without a doubt, this feature saved us a good 4 hrs of digging and we were able to complete it in roughly 30 minutes without even breaking a sweat! 

Once the trees were installed, we used the LA340's loading bucket to haul 12 smaller trees to the backyard, four tons of small boulder stone, 30 yards of double-ground mulch, and six yards of topsoil. We maneuvered into the small front yard square footage like a champ, not having to wonder if we were crossing property boundaries. 

To say we are happy with these products is an understatement. I mean, if Kubota could make a heli-tractor to help get into tiny backyards in HOA communities, we'd be first in line to test it out. Thank you, Kubota and New South Tractor for making our jobs easier! 

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Abigail Frost

Abigail is the owner of Hanah Grace Gardens landscaping company in Point Roberts, Washington located just south of Vancouver, B.C., nestled on a peninsula surrounded by the ocean. After using Kubota equipment many years ago when first getting into the landscaping industry, Abigail came back to her Kubota roots with the purchase of a SZ19-36 when she needed an efficient machine to keep up with her growing business demand. Abigail maintains properties ranging from small cottages to large estates and many days she can see whales and orcas from her oceanfront office The Golden Rule leads her business and she aims to provide top-notch customer service to every client, not to mention the pride she takes in keeping machines looking their best each day. Since Point Roberts, WA is only accessible by land through Canada, border shutdowns across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic left many vacation homes in the area uninhabited and unkept. Abigail began taking on an influx of new clients and knew that if she was going to keep up, she needed a piece of equipment that could keep up with her. The SZ19-36 stand-on mower did just that, providing top-quality work at efficient speeds. “The SZ19-36 cuts down cut time significantly”, she says. Abigail notes that she loves the SZ19-36 because of its range of features such as the compact body being ideal to navigate small cottage properties yet its speed being perfect to manage sprawling estates. She says the ergonomic benefits like reduced wear and tear on muscles and joints are an added bonus!
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Grandpa Miller

He was born in Kansas and spent his younger years doing many jobs like being a caretaker and driving school buses. Living through the Great Depression, Grandpa has a healthy appreciation for living off the land, so he decided to buy and cultivate a hobby farm- ultimately landing in West Virginia. Here, he grew crops and his wife would can them. They enjoyed using and saving everything that they could. Little did Grandpa know at the time he would watch his great-grandchildren be raised on this very same land over 60 years later. He currently resides with his live-in caretakers (his granddaughter and her husband) along with his 5 great-grandchildren that keep him on his toes. In his extra time, he enjoys playing solitaire and weaving baskets by hand. Grandpa Miller uses his Kubota RTV as his main source of transportation. He still loves to tackle jobs around the farm, take his great-grandchildren out fishing at the pond that he built, and even drives his RTV to and from his local church.

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For those who did not grow up on tractors, the idea of hopping on and operating one can be intimidating. Lucky for all the newbies out there, Kubota’s sub- and compact tractors are designed for intuitive use and are easy to learn. Just ask Melissa Morgan of Outdoors with the Morgans; Melissa and her husband, Mike, have been putting their new BX23S to work on their property doing everything from hauling wood, brush hogging to trail building.

Before their BX, Melissa hadn’t had much tractor time outside of riding in a hay wagon when she was younger. After taking some small, but important steps, Melissa is now taking full advantage of her BX23S, getting projects done around their property and loving every minute of it.

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Master Blend Family Farms

What began as limited personal experience in the agriculture business, Ron Simmons crafted  the idea to form Master Blend Family Farm and in 2012, started raising a small head of hogs to help bring food to his local North Carolina community. Their small operation has now doubled in size and is producing superior pork cuts to local business and farm-to-table shipments.   

Like many others, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Ron’s community.  During this time he helped drive awareness to the local restaurants in which he supplies and those promotions sparked an entirely new idea of a food truck in which they provide samples.  

Ron has always prioritized educating those around him and continues to raise awareness regarding food deserts; areas in which it is difficult to source affordable good quality fresh foods. Being a local producer, entrepreneur, and educator Ron is teaching his community about healthy foods, growing fresh produce, and agriculture; as a result, Master Blend Family Farms is building a school to serve their community. Ron has had great mentors in his agricultural journey and wants to continue to pay it forward to others that are interested in learning more.

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Simply Country Ranch

Up for a challenge? Ben and Lauren Denny sure were! Living in Idaho with zero farming experience, but an itch to try something new, they took a leap of faith and bought her family's 7th generation farmland. They now live in McAlester, Oklahoma where they’ve made a life of loving and living the Simply Country way as first generation farmers.

They quickly realized while learning by themselves, a lot of people do not know what goes into ranching and farming and this is where their love for sharing the lifestyle online came into play. As Ben would say, “people are interested in getting back to this way of life and just need some education on how to do so.” Their passion for educating others is what really helped Simply Country Ranch blossom and offer all that it does today. 

While they took on some major learning curves when they jumped away from all they knew, Ben and Lauren had to stay financially sustainable somehow. Simply Stained was Lauren's personalized signage and home decor business that kept them afloat while building what Simply Country Ranch has become today. Lauren was a 4th grade teacher in Idaho and started Simply Stained as a way to give her students and other teachers gifts that didn’t break the bank. This took off while in Idaho and has only continued to grow with the ranch. They now print photos onto wood for visitors that meet all the farm animals.

Their animals are the center of everything they do, from hosting holiday events and ranch tours to their book “Winston and the Missing Apples”, which is based on a true story of their border collie dog. Five years ago, they started to breed Scottish Highland Cows and now have chickens, lambs, mini donkeys, mini horses, goats, Nigerian pygmy goats and babydoll sheep. Between their many animals and six different types of fruit trees, Ben and Lauren are appreciative of their Kubota equipment that helps keep the farm chores completed. They loved how easy it was to learn to operate, especially for first time users!

They’ve learned by trial and error, and connecting with veteran farmers, but hope to help others who are wanting to start their own farm. Simply Country Ranch continues to share their life online in hopes of reaching the community to experience the simple country life and take a sliver of this lifestyle home with you in many ways!

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Allen the Flower Farmer

Summer loving and farm living, this is how Allen took in the sunny season away from school when he was younger! As many kids did, helping his grandparents on their farm during the Summer is where Allen got his farming introduction. A Jersey native that slowly moved his way further south as an adult, he eventually purchased 6 acres of land and started growing his own organic vegetables and sunflowers too, as their beauty piqued his interest!

Word got around to his friends and family who always took him up on the offer for some fresh vegetables. Who wouldn’t?! Encouraged by this and the enjoyment of growing vegetables and flowers, he opened a roadside stand in 2015. Each day ended with all flowers sold and only vegetables left. A little odd, right? Living in a county with about 75% preserved farmland, selling vegetables was common but flowers not as much. Even better for Allen, as his love for flower farming had grown, he knew he had to shift his focus to flower production. Bringing his hobby to life, Allen the Flower Farmer came to fruition and there was no looking back. 

Allen and his wife now have 15 acres of land where they use their Kubota BX1500 and L3901 to grow different kinds of flowers such as dahlias, cosmos, zinnias and gladiolas. While known mostly for their Sunflowers, they might have up to 15 different flowers in production at any given time! Their “pick your own'' event and flower photo ops thrive with the guest and put a smile on their face as they walk through a field of flowers. As Allen would put it, “there’s just something about looking at a field of flowers that everyone enjoys!” Be sure to visit Allen, his wife and their dog as they continue to bring flowers “From Farm to Vase”!

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Compost Queens: Engaging their community

Do you ever want to eliminate the amount of waste in your home? The Compost Queens, based out of San Antonio, Texas are doing just that by creating a community of composters. 

What began as wanting to put her community first, Kate started learning to compost and garden with her mother ultimately wanting to engage community members to help utilize food waste.

Kate stated their goal was to create a compost system that would be hassle, pest, and smell free all while supporting local residents, businesses and farmers..  Compost Queens provides resources to the community to eliminate waste and benefit each home with an organic compost solution.  Workshops and family day classes are also held at their farm for a hands-on experience.

Looking forward to the future, Compost Queens would like to expand its operations by partnering with the city and engaging additional resources to expand community knowledge.  

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Every day is an opportunity to focus on life and seize the moment. In Lexington, Kentucky on March 27, 1888, James Coleman jumped at an opportunity and purchased a plot of land that would touch the lives of over 300 descendants. Coleman Crest Farms proves that no matter how long you're away from home you can always return and create a legacy that transcends beyond your lifetime. Jim Coleman is making the most of his 27,000 days and educating the community not just on farming, but the ability to make the most of every day that you are given.

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Lawn-N-Order

Need some investigation on how to fix your landscape, lawn or drainage issues? Lawn-N-Order are your guys! Settled in Weaverville, North Carolina (WNC), the founder Ryan Houston and his team provide unique landscape design solutions while keeping your budget in mind. What started as a one-man show with a lawnmower has grown into a 20 year business that currently has a focus in drainage and landscape.

Why the name you ask? Rooted in lawn care, the company gained traction with just a lawnmower, leaf blower and a name that makes people smile. It’s clever and they can certainly solve your issues. The business has now flourished into what it is today with Ryan’s twenty-seven years of experience with the region’s plants and wildlife. Being a WNC native, he’s familiar with how the area is similar in climate to Japan, giving him the knowledge on what plants will thrive in the mountains of WNC. Mimicking a lot of the Japanese plantings and diverse climate, Blue Star Juniper and Japanese Maple are just two of the plants used to stand out amongst the crowd. 

Their focus on quality has gained them many “Super Service” awards over the years. While growth is great, Lawn-N-Order prides themselves on having a smaller team, giving the ability to focus on great work and providing outstanding service. This is what sets them apart from the competition along with their long-term clientele and drive to build relationships with clients to make them a repeat customer. 

Using their Kubota KX057-4, the team lends a helping hand to a lot of out of state transplants and vacation homeowners who are unfamiliar with the terrain. They usually do not have the knowledge of what can occur over time to their property. This is where the team steps in to educate, prevent problems and save the homes in beautiful WNC!

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The Dainty Pear: Taking a Leap of Faith

She is just comfortable taking that leap of faith. The Dainty Pear, Sarah Clark, is a woman leading from the front and her family is there every step of the way. Her drive is laying out the essence of hard work, failures, triumphs, legacy to her five children and her passion is rooted in food, calm and worship.  

The Dainty Pear (Sarah) and her husband found their slice of heaven in Utah and are working the ins and outs of having a hobby farm. Chickens, goats, yaks, cows, alpacas and of course a pig, their day consists of raising their animals and maintaining the land. This was all very new and somewhat intimidating to the budding family but they are building a legacy, one that starts with their two hands. With some newness, The Dainty Pear knows it's OK to fail, it can be intimidating even to work equipment, but she found her groove through her own personality.  She keeps it real by managing on her style (yes, it’s OK ladies to rock those long nails, even on the farm). 

For her, knowing where the food starts helps to enrich bridging farm to style. She is bringing us all a little bit of soul to her cooking with a sprinkle of sunshine with the release of her new cookbook and it started all with that leap of faith.

So if you see The Dainty Pear, you might find her within a “moving meditation’ as she describes her equipment mending fences or moving hay, bustling around in her kitchen with a crew setting up shots for a new cookbook, all the while to help demystify injecting style into farming.     

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Meet Jared and Joelle Orem, farmers, hay producers, and proud Kubota owners. Jared put it best, "We have never worked a day in our life, even though it's hard work." Jared is proud to continue the legacy that is Orem Farms. Kubota wants to continue the legacy of our family farmers because together we grow and Together We Do More.

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Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage

As the days become shorter and farmers and ranchers wrap up their last bales of the year, it’s tempting to want to put away equipment for the long winter in haste. However, going the extra mile and adding one final step to your hay season could extend the life and performance of your baler. To help, we’ve put together a checklist of tips that could help save you time and money, come spring.

  • ✓  Clear the clutter

    • Remove any leftover mesh wrap roll or twine and store in a dry area.

    • Disconnect the monitor and store inside for the winter.


  • ✓  Refresh

    • Replace any broken pickup teeth to be ready for next season.

    • Check for loose bolts and nuts and tighten, if necessary.

    • Inflate the tires to a pressure a little higher than usual.

    • Slack the belts and check lacing pins - starting fresh next season with new pins in the lacing is a good idea.

    • Blow off your machine with a leaf blower or air compressor and then power wash down completely, clearing all dirt and chaff. 


  • ✓  Grease up

    • With all implements lowered to the ground, coat any exposed hydraulic cylinder piston rods with grease. 

    • Apply grease to machine areas where bare metal will rust. 

    • Apply grease to pivot areas.


  • ✓  Store away

    • Cover hydraulic tips, if possible, and make sure they are hung off the floor or ground.

    • Store the machine indoors in a dry area protected from sunlight and extreme weather conditions. If the machine must be stored outdoors, cover it with a waterproof tarpaulin.

    • For added protection, jack the machine up and place blocks under the axle so that all tires are off the ground. 


By following this simple checklist, you’ll be well on your way to getting a jumpstart on the new hay season next spring. Still have concerns? Bring your baler into your local Kubota dealership for a winter service inspection. 

As you winterize, please also keep in mind that Kubota has proven our commitment to the hay and forage segment by offering a two-year standard limited warranty across the entire hay tools line, including Kubota balers*. In addition to balers, we offer a wide range of hay tools from disc mowers, disc mower conditioners, tedders and rakes, to wrappers – all supported by authorized Kubota dealers nationwide. 

For more information on Kubota Hay and Farm Implements and limited warranty, including maintenance and service, contact your local Kubota dealer





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*2 year or 15,000 bale warranty (whichever comes first) on all Kubota balers. © Kubota Tractor Corporation, 2022. This material is for descriptive purposes only. Kubota disclaims all representations and warranties, express or implied, or any liability from the use of this material. For complete warranty, safety and product information, consult your local Kubota dealer and the Owner’s Warranty Information Guide for the Kubota limited warranty on all products. For the complete disclaimer, go to KubotaUSA.com/disclaimers and see the posted disclaimer.

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Kubota announced a new addition to its robust excavator lineup in early 2022 – the all-new U10-5 minimal tail swing excavator – and it has made quite the impression, bringing home multiple industry awards. The U10-5 is Kubota’s answer to the rental or professional customer who requires a compact excavator in the 0-1-ton range. With a more compact frame, minimal tail swing and adjustable track width for getting through narrow gates, the U10-5 provides superior flexibility when working in tight spaces with very minimal overhang over the tracks, ensuring excellent balance, stability, and fast operation for both residential and commercial work. 

“We knew the U10-5 was providing a solution to a specific need in the landscaping and rental worlds, and we are honored it’s been received with top honors in its first year on the market,” said Tom Turner, product operations manager. 

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Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
Do More on Your Jobsite with Kubota Construction Equipment
Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup

If you own a Kubota, you know that the equipment is reliable and provides value for years. Whether it's for traversing your land with a utility vehicle - like an RTV520 - or taking care of landscaping needs on your property with a BX Series sub-compact tractor, our equipment is intended to last. But as with everything, new models and attachments can make a big difference in suiting your needs. In this article, we’ll share a few guiding tenants and considerations for leveling up your equipment lineup.


Trusting and Maintaining Your Equipment

First and foremost, it’s important to note that Kubota equipment owners have confidence on their side. Our sub-compact and compact tractor lineup all have been rated #1 for reliability in the under 100 HP category for tractors in the United States according to Progressive Farmer.* With reliability built into the product, Kubota equipment is intended to suit your current needs today and into the future. A key tip for getting the most out of your equipment for years to come? Proper maintenance. Be sure to always review your product manual and consult with your local Kubota dealer to understand how and when routine maintenance checks should be completed. 


Adjusting to Your Changing Needs

While your equipment is built to last, you may realize that you have new needs for your property. Your current Kubota model may be able to handle the job, but there might be an alternative that works even better and harder for you. Property size is the most common motivation for enhancing your equipment. For example, let’s say that you decide to purchase additional land next to your large property, bringing your total acreage to 60 acres; it requires a considerable amount of clearing to create a feed plot for hunting. The Standard L Series you have in the shed would work, but the L60LE Series would offer deluxe features, allowing you to get the job done with even more comfort. 

Customers should also consider how they intend to move about the property. Adding a utility vehicle to your lineup, like an RTV-X1140, would increase your versatility on the land with its convertible cargo bed that moves from a 1-row with a long cargo box to a 2-row standard cargo box. 


Customizing Your Experience

Beyond looking to new models, there are many ways to upgrade your current Kubota equipment by accessorizing it to fit your new needs. With all of our Utility Vehicles, there are many accessories, including work-focused implements, which can be purchased along with the vehicle or even after purchase. Roofs, windshields and cab components can help improve comfort and keep the elements at bay. A variety of winches are offered, which can enhance your hunt experience or help get another piece of equipment out of a sticky situation. Brooms, debris blowers, snowblowers and spreaders can help make quick work of even the toughest jobs. Similarly, our subcompact and compact tractor lineups come with a host of available implements and attachments to complete the job, such as a third function valve, grapple or combination bucket, grading blades, mowers/cutters, etc. 


Getting Advice from Your Local Dealer

The best place to start is talking with your local Kubota dealer to discuss how a new piece of equipment can level up your product lineup for all your large property and land management needs. Our dealers are first-hand Kubota experts who can customize recommendations to your specific needs and ensure you get the most out of your equipment. 

If you’re curious about new equipment or want to start building a strong relationship with your dealer, find your nearest dealership at kubotausa.com/find-a-dealer.  



*"#1 rated reliability under 100 HP tractors in the USA."
Disclaimer: 2020 Progressive Farmer Reader Insights Awards for Fewest Reported Problems Overall in the category of Small Tractor (Under 100 Horse Power). Award based on 2020 Progressive Farmer Readers Insights Tractor Study. 
Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
Do More on Your Jobsite with Kubota Construction Equipment
Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter

Landscape business owners know there's usually an abundance of downtime in the winter months. With lawns going dormant in most areas across the country and people spending less time outdoors enjoying their properties due to cold and wet weather, the demand for landscaping services tends to fall off quicker than the leaves from even the tallest trees.  

The seasonality of the landscape business can present challenging times for business owners each winter who are in need of keeping the work coming in to make ends meet until the sun starts shining again.

Rather than sitting around and hoping for an early spring, here are some tips to help you stay productive so your business doesn't go into hibernation mode over the winter months:

Lay the Groundwork for Winter Work

Regular communication with your customers can pay big dividends for short-term work as well as to set you up with work later in the year. Educating your customers is important because they may have misconceptions about the types of tasks you can do for them during the winter. 

For instance, your customers might think that trees, bushes and shrubs should only be planted in the spring, however, depending on the local climate and the type of vegetation you're planting, the fall and winter can be a great time to get these in the ground. And if you’re in need of the work, you may be able to entice them with a discount to get an early start on this work. 

Additionally, crabgrass and weed removal, reseeding lawns that have brown spots or thin patches, and pruning are tasks that are best handled over the winter. 

Branch Out With New or Seasonal Service Offerings

While your core business services might take a hit during the winter months, there’s no reason your service offerings can’t change with the seasons. Things like cleanup services, snow removal and salting, driveway cleaning, and even Christmas light installation are all in-demand jobs in the winter that you can provide to keep the work coming.

“Even if there isn’t grass to cut, your current clients may have other needs later in the year like leaf removal, snow removal, or other jobs they might outsource to other contractors,” says Tom Vachal, Kubota’s Senior Turf Product Manager. “Let your customers know you provide these services so you can continue to generate revenue through the off-season.”

Train Your Employees

It has been said that, “knowing is half the battle,” and that certainly holds true in the landscape business where knowledge is king. Having a team of well-trained technicians is on par with having a fleet of well-maintained equipment, and when you have both, you set your business up for greater success. 

Though the winter season may create short-term challenges for your bottom line, it can also serve as a golden opportunity to ensure your employees are trained properly and understand what is expected of them at all times. During the busy season when you’re moving from job to job, it can be hard to find time for employee training. The winter is your opportunity to make sure your crew is well-trained for the busy season ahead.

Learn about how Kubota’s Turf Fleet Program can help you grow your business

Find your local authorized Kubota dealer


Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
Do More on Your Jobsite with Kubota Construction Equipment
Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction

As we approach the end of the year, don’t forget to utilize Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code. According to the IRS under the 2018 tax reform, and subject to limitations, businesses are now able to deduct the full purchase price for qualifying equipment – yes, that could include the Kubota you purchased in 2022! We can thank Uncle Sam for putting this tax code into place as an incentive for businesses to purchase equipment and invest in themselves. Prior to the reform, the most businesses were allowed to deduct was a small portion of each qualifying equipment’s value based on depreciation, literally taking it years to complete. Now, Section 179 allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price in the year the qualifying equipment was put to use for your business. According to Section179.org, this includes qualifying equipment that was purchased in-full, as well as financed. If you purchased a piece of equipment in 2022, be sure to check with your CPA or tax preparer about deducting that full amount, as well as eligibility for a bonus depreciation.

Buy Early. If you want to take advantage of the Section 179 benefits, it’s important to note that in order for equipment purchased in 2022 to qualify it must be put to use in 2022 for your business as well. We know it’s common practice to purchase equipment in the fourth quarter of the year, but don’t delay because equipment that is simply purchased but just sits brand new on your lot may not qualify until the year it is put into service. 

Limitations. Section 179 comes with limits – there are caps to the total amount written off ($1,080,000 for 2022), and limits to the total amount of the equipment purchased ($2,700,000 in 2022). Be sure to discuss these limits with your tax preparer to see how your business qualifies.

What you need to bring to your Tax Appointment. If you purchased equipment in 2022, you will need records on the date of purchase, the date you started using the equipment, and all costs associated with the purchase, like shipping and setup. If you lost any of this documentation, check with your Kubota Dealer to get a copy. Your tax preparer can take the Section 179 deduction on certain qualifying business property by electing it, which is done by filling out the required form and including with your business tax return. Please consult with your certified tax professional for eligibility and limitations that apply to you.

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This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.
Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
Do More on Your Jobsite with Kubota Construction Equipment
Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back

While the first day of spring is the official start of the busy season for most lawn care businesses around the country, by the time summer rolls around, your team has hit its stride and is firing on all cylinders. That is, until Mother Nature decides she has other plans and gives you a bout of unseasonal wet weather that keeps your crew on the sideline for the day.

Although it can be nearly impossible to predict when unexpected wet weather will strike, it is possible to have a plan in place for when it happens.

"Time is always of the essence for landscape crews, so staying efficient, even if the weather doesn't want to cooperate, is of the utmost importance," said Tom Vachal, Kubota's Senior Turf Product Manager. "No one wants downtime, but if you do get delayed by the weather, it's good to have a backup plan in place that will set you up for success once the weather clears up." 

Here are three tips to keep your team on track when the weather isn’t on your side:

Perform equipment maintenance

We know this is an obvious one, but we can’t underscore enough the importance regular maintenance has on maximizing productivity and extending the life of your equipment. Well-maintained equipment enables your crew to work harder and longer while also keeping equipment repair costs down in the long run. Doing things like checking drive and deck belts, sharpening mower blades, checking air and oil filters, and checking tire pressure will have your crew ready to hit the ground running once the rainy weather passes.

For guidance for servicing your Kubota turf equipment, check out the Know Your Kubota how-to video series or contact your local dealer.

Train your employees

It has been said that, “knowing is half the battle,” and that certainly holds true in the lawn care industry where knowledge is king. Having a team of well-trained technicians is on par with having a fleet of well-maintained equipment, and when you have both, you set your business up for greater success. 

Though a rainy day might be an inconvenience to your planned work schedule, it can also serve as a welcome pause to ensure your employees are trained properly and understand what is expected of them at all times. During the summer when you’re moving from job to job, it can be hard to find time for employee training. This is your opportunity.

Connect with your customers

When you’re at the work site and in the middle of the task at hand, rarely is there time for small talk with your customers. Oftentimes, a friendly wave through a window or a passing “hello” is the extent of your communication. But one of the quickest and easiest ways to generate new business is by talking to the customers you already serve. Don’t be afraid to pick up the phone and check in with them if you haven’t done so in several weeks or months. It’s possible they have some planned work on the horizon, but they don’t know it’s a service your business can provide. Don’t leave work on the table due to a lack of communication with your customers.

“Even if there isn’t grass to cut, your current clients may have other needs like leaf removal, snow removal, or jobs they might outsource to other contractors,” says Vachal. “Check in with your customers and offer up these services and continue to build revenue all year long.”

To learn about how Kubota’s Turf Fleet Program can help you grow your business, visit kubotausa.com/mowers/fleet-program. To find your local authorized Kubota dealer, visit kubotausa.com/find-a-dealer.


Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
Do More on Your Jobsite with Kubota Construction Equipment
Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?

When deciding between an enclosed cab or an open station or canopy for construction equipment, it’s important to think about the benefits for each and how they will fit your business and operator needs. There are a few key questions to help guide your decision. 

What climate will you be operating in?

Put simply, an enclosed cab with available A/C and heating allows for maximum operator comfort all year long for contractors whose business operates in warmer months with high temperatures, as well as in the winter for snow work. 

For operators who work in climates that remain consistent year-round, a climate-controlled cab might be an added benefit, but it may not be a requirement. Both an open station and canopy accommodate businesses in these types of conditions just as well. 

What work is intended for the equipment?

The worksite the equipment will be operated in is also important when deciding whether an enclosed cab or open station is fit for the work. 

The benefits of an open station or canopy in working conditions include:

  • Easy communication from operator to ground crew with no windows or doors to open, causing stall time

  • Simple entry and exit of the operator space

The benefits of an enclosed cab in working conditions include:

  • Noise reduction to prevent distractions from the operator

  • Provides a cleaner, more comfortable environment for the operator if dust and debris are a higher probability on the worksite

What budget or economic considerations do you have?

We hope the considerations listed above help you identify the best piece of equipment worth the investment. However, we also understand that the cost of your new or rental equipment may be the tie-breaking decision when making the choice for your business. 

The open station or canopy option for construction equipment provides a lower cost of entry for both first-time buyers and construction pros. Plus, the open station still provides protection for the operator while on the job.  

One the other hand, enclosed cab models may tend to be more popular for resale later.

Lucky for Kubota customers, most of our excavator, track loader and skid steer models include the enclosed cab or canopy option, helping widen your scope for selection. Contact your local dealer to discuss your options, seek recommended models or view equipment in person.


Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
Do More on Your Jobsite with Kubota Construction Equipment
Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer

Summer is just around the corner, which means turf professionals are already feeling the crunch of busy season. The key to minimizing down time this summer is to ensure that your equipment is ready for the work ahead. Whether it’s adding new models to your fleet or preparing and conducting maintenance on your equipment prior to heading out to the job site, we’ve compiled our top tips to ensure your business and your equipment are prepared to tackle the jobs ahead.  

Four Tips to Maximize Equipment Productivity

#1 Routine Checks - Maximizing productivity is always the name of the game. The first step in increasing productivity is running routine equipment checks, such as reviewing the condition of the drive and deck belts and ensuring your blades are sharp before every run. Checking equipment prior to a booked season will help catch maintenance issues that may have gone overlooked and contribute to significant downtime. For additional resources watch our Know Your Kubota YouTube series for maintenance tips, or check your manual, available on the MyKubota app.

#2 Utilize Attachments - In addition to routine checks, adding attachments like a mulch kit and grass catcher can create efficiencies in your day-to-day work. A mulch kit can help you get your job done faster by quickly turning clippings into mulch, and a grass catcher can hold up to 10 bushels of grass clippings and offers a fast clean up through an easy attachment and detachment process. 

#3 Diversify Your Equipment Fleet - A well-balanced equipment fleet is especially valuable during the busy summer months when you may need to deploy multiple models across multiple jobs. Senior Turf Product Manager Tom Vachal says, “Kubota has several units that really deliver comfort and time efficiency. Specifically, Kubota’s SZ series and Z700 series deliver both of those things for a very reasonable price, so they’re an easy add to an existing fleet.”

Vachal recommends the Z700 series for landscape professionals due to its performance and adaptability. With a deck size ranging from 48 inches to 60 inches, top speeds of 11.2 mph, and powered by Kawasaki’s industry-proven FX and FX EFI engines and Kohler Command Pro engines, the Z700 provides the power and versatility to get your landscape jobs done with superior results. 

The SZ series is great for comfort and productivity and excels in small and tight commercial spaces. This series of stand-on mowers has wide angle platforms that offer operators enough foot space and the ergonomic cushion pads ensure you’re mowing comfortably, even through the longest jobs. The SZ series has a max speed of 11 mph, commercial-grade Kawasaki FX and FT EFI gas engines equipped with Hydro-Gear integrated transmissions, and features adjustable operator controls to match driver preferences. 

#4 Grow Your Fleet As You Grow Your Business - As your landscape business continues to grow, it is important to expand your fleet to the same scale of your operation. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when determining the expansion of your lineup based on your growing business: Is demand high for your service? Are your jobs primarily spread among commercial or residential properties, or both? How often will the equipment be used, and what obstacles might it need to work through?

If your answers indicate the growth of your business, consider the Kubota Fleet Program. Designed for commercial customers of all sizes, the Kubota Fleet Program makes businesses eligible for a fleet discount with the purchase of just ONE unit. And through the EverGo program, participating dealers have demo and loaner units available in case a backup is needed due to a warranty-covered repair.1

Whether it’s adding new models like the SZ series or Z700, preparing your equipment properly, or creating a backup plan, Kubota is here to help make your business more successful. To learn more about available equipment solutions or get advice from Kubota mower experts, contact your local dealer

   
1See participating dealers for details. Kubota Fleet discounts will only be given to for-profit commercial mowing professionals. See KubotaUSA.com for eligible products and discounts.
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Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business

It’s no secret that making purchasing decisions for your construction business can be overwhelming – whether you’re an experienced expert or brand new to the market. Narrowing down the selections can lead to even more comparisons, such as determining whether tracks or tires are a fit for you. The good news? There is room for both in a construction fleet, so you truly can’t go wrong. While both Compact Wheel Loaders (CWL) and Compact Track Loaders (CTL) run on a mix of terrain and transport, reduce downtime, and use similar attachments, we dug a little deeper and did some of the heavy lifting to help you make the best choice for your business.

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Compact Wheel Loader (CWL)
CWLs are dedicated lifting and loading machines, excelling in landscaping, nursery, residential, commercial and rental applications. They work best on solid, dry ground and move at higher travel speeds to reach more jobs in a day, making them a great choice for townships or municipalities and snow removal, to name a few examples. These machines have great visibility – with the Kubota R540 and R640 cabins fully enclosed in glass, offering the operator a panoramic perspective of the environment outside.  Furthermore, the multi-function control lever on the R540 and R640 models provides fingertip controls for easy operation.


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Compact Track Loader (CTL)
A sister machine to CWLs, CTLs are nimble, powerful and reliable, completing many different tasks on any jobsite. Machines in the Kubota SVL Series are excellent at dirt work, lifting heavy loads with pallet forks, and running attachments, including brush cutters, grapples, and stump grinders. Contrary to CWLs, CTLs excel on uneven, hilly terrain and are great in wet and muddy conditions.


Homework Time!
Now that we’ve broken down the key differences, the next step is to conduct research to determine your biggest jobsite needs. “The customer needs to do their homework – understand the job application and what is needed to complete the job,” said Patrick Baker, Kubota construction equipment product manager. “If the customer understands their needs, there's a better chance the customer will make the right purchase.”

The obvious features that make each model unique include size and tracks vs tires. Additionally, CWLs have higher travel speeds and can get to other job locations without the need of a truck and trailer, whereas CTLs offer more attachment capabilities and off-road terrain capabilities.


The Bottom Line
Between the CWL’s loading, dumping, and lifting capabilities and the CTL’s nimble maneuverability, there is certainly room for the two models to work collectively in a contractor’s lineup. With comparable specifications and performance, if a customer purchases both and uses them in the proper applications, the business can be more profitable and have the ability to work in many different job applications.

Still weighing out the pros and cons? Trust the advice and expertise of your local Kubota dealer. With more than 1,100 authorized Kubota locations nationwide, you are sure to find a knowledgeable pro in your neighborhood.

Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
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Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
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Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event
Kubota Awards $100,000 “Hometown Proud” Grant to Wayne County, TN
Blake Shelton Comes Home to Kubota Country
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Peterson Farm Brothers Review the Mighty M7 Series
Take a Closer Look at the KX040-4 with Kyle Stumpenhorst of Rural Renovators
Kubota Expands Partnership with Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute; Kubota Tech College Training Program Now Available to Students
Do You Know Your Kubota?
Harnessing the Power of University Programs to Help Improve Equipment and Tap Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders Today
Buck Commander Joins Kubota Country
Outdoors with the Morgans Gets a New Sidekick
Geared to Give: Iowa Army Veteran Receives Kubota M7, Baler
Three Ways to Prepare for 2022’s First Cut

Although mother nature has been anything but predictable this spring, the calendar continues to inch closer to hay season as April showers  have come to  a close (depending on where you are in the country), right now is the perfect time for final equipment maintenance and adjustments to be made before you step into the hay field. 

We caught up with Kubota’s Ag Equipment Product Manager, Emily McNerney, to gain an expert’s take on the top three recommended areas of focus while preparing for hay season 2022.

  1. Invest time in maintenance checkpoints 

    There are several important areas of maintenance that your equipment, like the Kubota M7 Series as an example, needs before hitting the fields. First, take a proactive approach and make sure you thoroughly inspect your equipment prior to the day you are ready to cut hay, taking note of any abnormalities. Review the Operator's Manual and confirm you have completed all lubrication service points, including oil levels and grease points. And, most importantly, test run your equipment, paying close attention to any unexpected vibrations and listening for noise. Setting aside some time to make sure everything is working properly now will save you even more time in the long run.

  2. Take a crash course on refreshers

    Reviewing the Operator's Manual is important, not only for maintenance, but for in-field adjustments to maximize performance. The crop conditions in the spring are typically quite different from your final cutting last year, so using the manual for a quick refresher can have a positive impact on your final product. Once you review the manual, run your equipment for a few minutes prior to getting to the field so that you have time to make any last-minute adjustments based on what you learned. Even as you head into the field, take your essential toolkit with you in case any fine-tuning adjustments are needed outside of the shop, helping you maximize productivity quickly. 

  3. Daily attention to detail leads to top-notch forage

    When it comes to ensuring top-notch forage, the small details make all the difference. Keeping up with your day-to-day maintenance and preventative maintenance will help make your production run smoother. That, in turn, will allow for a more precise cut. Keeping tabs on your crop is also critical for higher quality. Cutting during the most desirable maturity of the crop, along with equipment working at peak performance, will result in the highest production quality of hay.


By carefully completing this 3-step to-do list, you’ll be on the path to higher yields during hay season, no matter what mother nature throws your way. 

You can take your preparation one step further by learning more about Kubota’s complete lineup of ag tractors and hay and forage implements. And, be sure to download the MyKubota app – available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store – for key resources like maintenance schedules, how-to instructions and videos, operators manuals and easy access to your local dealer.

Tips to Prepare Your Baler For Winter Storage
Kubota’s Newest Compact Excavator, the U10-5, Receives Multiple Industry Awards and Recognition in 2022
Leveling Up Your Kubota Lineup
Don’t Let Your Landscape Business Go into Hibernation Mode Over the Winter
Did you purchase or finance equipment in 2022? Don’t forget about the Section 179 tax deduction
Don’t Let Unexpected Wet Weather Set Your Landscape Business Back
Enclosed Cab vs Open Station —Which Is Best for You?
Heating Up: Making the Most of a Busy Summer
Tracks or Tires? Making the Best Choice for Your Business
Kubota Expands Its Bestselling Excavator Lineup
Access the Tightest Corners of Your Property Like Never Before
Zero-Turn or Stand-On: How to Choose the Right Mower for Your Business
Dig More ‘Pay Dirt’ on the Jobsite with Kubota’s Full-Line of Compact Construction Equipment
Ready to Roll: Prepping Your Hay Equipment for Harvest
Three Pieces of Equipment Every Large Property Owner Needs to Have in their Shed
The BX Series: Power-Packed for Nearly All Your Property Needs
Kubota’s New RTV520 Takes Home Top Industry Award
Retired Marine Receives M8 Series Tractor Through “Geared to Give” Program
Kubota Steps Into Arena with PBR at Cowboys for a Cause Charity Event Aboard USS Lexington
New 2022 Commercial Turf Product Preview
Kubota’s New Turf Products for 2021 Take Home Awards
Winterizing Your Equipment: Maintaining Optimal Performance in the Winter Months
Let’s Make Hay!
The Justin Rhodes Show Comes to Kubota Country
Selecting the Perfect Kubota Mower for your Property
Monitor Your Equipment with the myKubota App
New Line of Performance-Matched Attachments Now Available for Kubota’s SCL1000 Stand-On Track Loader
Kubota Introduces U48-5: All-New, Tech-Forward, 5-Ton Tight Tail Excavator
Get Ready for a Wild Ride – Kubota Signs on as Official Tractor Partner of PBR
Learn Top Tips for Forage and Livestock Production – Exclusive Event