Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) members can now save up to $2,000 on their purchases of Cat agricultural construction equipment, including machines used to construct and maintain soil conservation practices as well as machines to manage livestock feed or manure.
Eligible equipment includes Cat skid steer loaders, compact and multi-terrain loaders, wheel loaders, telehandlers, backhoe loaders, hydraulic excavators and track-type tractors. A range of incentives from $250 - $2,000 are offered, depending on which equipment a farmer purchases.
“Caterpillar and agriculture have a shared history that goes back more than 100 years. This new partnership will make it easier for our members to improve productivity and efficiency and that’s all a part of sustainability. This program is especially well-timed, since skid steer loaders, backhoe loaders and hydraulic excavators can give farmers the opportunity to maintain conservation buffers, grassed waterways, filter strips and terraces on their farms, which slow down storm water as it falls on their fields. Finding tools to help farmers continue their goals of improving conservation practices on their farm is something that has always been important to us and increasingly important in the future,” says IFBF President Craig Hill.
The Farm Bureau exclusive savings on Cat machines can be combined with any current retail discounts, promotions, rebates or offers through Caterpillar or its dealers. Members must provide a valid IFBF member verification certificate to the Cat dealer at the time of purchase to get the discount. Discounts can’t be applied to past purchases. Certificates may be obtained at www.fbadvantage.com/cat.
For more information about this Cat benefit, or other savings available exclusively to IFBF members, call (866) 598-3693 or visit www.iowafarmbureau.com or your local Cat dealer.
New exclusive savings on Cat® Construction Equipment will help Iowa Farm Bureau farmers install and maintain conservation measures on their farm
12/28/2015 2:02:00 PM
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