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Agriculture Industry Solutions


With You From First Light

The hard work that takes place each day on farms and ranches across North America isn’t for everyone. But fortunately, Cat® machines are. With machines built for any task, farmers and ranchers can rely on Caterpillar.

Caterpillar provides you with machines engineered for the agriculture industry, backed with dependable support and service. We deliver a wide range of solutions to help agriculture producers improve productivity and efficiency.

We’re there with you, delivering the productivity and uptime your farm or ranch needs to be successful day after day.

Multi-Purpose Machines

Find the machines you can count on, that offer real solutions for your farm or ranch.

  • Skid Steer Loaders
  • Compact Track Loaders
  • Wheel Loaders (Pay Loaders)
  • Excavators
  • Telehandlers
  • Backhoe Loaders
  • Dozers

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2017 Contractor of the Year Increases Productivity with Cat Machines

Cat customer Roy Chipley, owner of Chipley Company in Florence, South Carolina, was recently named Equipment World Magazine’s 2017 Contractor of the Year for productivity.

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Cat Mini Excavator Videos

Watch a collection of videos featuring three Mini Excavator models – the 308E2 VAB, 300.9D VPS and 304.5E2 XTC.

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Agriculture Social Media

Check out the Cat Agriculture social media page for the latest news, product and show announcements.

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Cat® Dealers Make the Difference

Your Cat dealer is committed to maximizing your success, helping you get the most out of your operations with site-level solutions, service and support.

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The Power of Cat® Equipment

While superior quality is easy to see, it's over time and throughout your equipment ownership experience that the superior value of Caterpillar really becomes clear.

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Energy efficiency is rapidly becoming an essential part of building and operating competitive industrial plants. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) makes good bottom-line sense. The changes give the plant the ability to keep operating during power outages and disasters, boosting its productivity, wins federal and state tax breaks and, finally, functions as a power station during off hours by selling excess electricity back into the grid.

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