Tyson on track

  • 10-Sep-2008 04:23 EDT
Tyson Foods Inc. selected New Holland Construction as its preferred supplier of compact track loaders to maintain its poultry farms across the U.S. New Holland’s Wichita, KS-built C185 compact track loaders were selected for their reliability, rugged design, serviceability, and low operating cost. The machine’s stability, compact design, and all-around visibility make it suitable to carry out clearing and general maintenance operations in the meat processor’s chicken farms.
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