New Implement Can Carry As Much As Pickup Truck

New Implement Can Carry As Much As Pickup Truck

Front End Carrier from Ovis adds versatility and lift to moving heavy loads with a tractor.

The Front End Carrier from Ovis Loader Attachments opens up some hauling and lifting opportunities to anyone with a tractor and front-end loader.

The FEC is a newly-patented 10X4X4 carrier capable of holding up to a ton of material spread across its deck, which can be lifted and tilted by a front-end loader system on a tractor or other loader.

With the capacity of a pickup truck, Ovis Loader Attachments' new Front End Carrier can make quick work of moving things around a farm or ranch.

Because of its design the FEC can carry material longer than its width, such as limbs, logs, pipe, poles, etc. It has a solid floor so it can carry hay, fertilizer, fencing, tools, firewood, concrete blocks and more. And, it can be used as an elevated workspace with a removable safety rail, making it a good platform for pruning, and working on gutters and roofs etc.

For more information, visit www.ovisloaderattachments.com.

Check out our extensive roundup of new products from the fall farm shows, visit www.farmprogress.com/2012showproducts

We also have a running update on this site of new equipment entering the market place throughout the year. For more up-to-date information on that, check out our bi-weekly e-newsletter on trends and developments in machinery and ag technology. Click here POWERIRON to join thousands of readers who receive our updates free of charge every other week.

For Willie Vogt's observations about the growth of technology in our industry, be sure to visit his FARMER IRON column.

In addition, if you have interest in livestock technology be sure to visit www.beefproducer.com for news and views and new products related to beef cattle and the beef industry.

And, there's always something new going on at our world-class show sites:

Farm Progress Show

Husker Harvest Days

New York Farm Show

Hay Expo
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