Today, approximately one-half of all Kubota branded equipment sold in the United States is manufactured or assembled at its 151-acre Gainesville, Georgia facility. The company employs 1200 workers, two master buildings offer 616,000 square feet of manufacturing space.
Do you leave unused gas in your mower? Gas with ethanol in it can start breaking down inside your engine as soon as 30 days. We recommend using ethanol free gasoline in all your gas powered lawn equipment. Ethanol often causes carburetor issues. By using ethanol free gas you are decreasing the chance of engine start up troubles, rust, and expensive repairs.
Want a chance to win a free Kubota tractor? Go to Kubota.com to look at Alan Jackson’s Keepin’ it Country Sweepstakes. This year Kubtoa has partnered with Alan Jackson to be the face of the company – constantly striving to improve our earth and our lives. This contest ends 12/31/15 and one lucky winner will get a L3901HST tractor with a front loader and three point hitch. Enter to win today!
Mark and Valerie went up to Trion, Georgia last week to pick up our new line of JBar equipment. We feel that JBar is a more affordable option for our customers. We were able to get rakes, tillers, box blades and rotary cutters as well as hay forks, and hillers. JBar is a family owned equipment manufacturer in GA since 1972. We are proud to have them at Gatorland!
Echo has a new spring promotion with instant rebates on a handheld blower and two string trimmers.