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TAG: Ditch Witch

Ditch Witch’s ride-on trencher boosts productivity

September 14, 2021By
Ditch Witch RT70 ride-on trencher (Photo: Ditch Witch)

The RT70 ride-on trencher offers visibility and maneuverability, boosting productivity on job sites while increasing user comfort. read more

What to consider before buying a new drill

June 17, 2021By
Wheels added to a drill make it more maneuverable with better access in tight spaces. (Photo: Little Beaver)

Experts at Little Beaver and Ditch Witch explain what contractors should keep in mind before purchasing and/or using drills. read more

Maintenance Shop: Keep on trenchin’

March 12, 2021By
People servicing a trencher (Photo: Tom Zullo/ATZ Irrigation)

Trenchers are an important part of an irrigation crew’s arsenal. Irrigation experts share how to keep them running smoothly. read more

American Augers, Trencor products now sold through Ditch Witch

February 22, 2021By

The American Augers and Trecor product lines have recently been incorporated into Ditch Witch Division's product portfolio. read more

Ditch Witch expands training modules

May 8, 2020By

Ditch Witch introduced four new modules to its certified training program. The new modules include training for stand-on skid-steers, walk-behind trenchers, ride-on trenchers and the Roto Witch drilling attachment. “It’s important that everyone has the training for safe and proper equipment operation,” said Brian Grim, Ditch Witch product training and development manager. “No matter your role — machine owner, project... read more

Small trenchers and augers

January 10, 2020By
Small trencher (Photo: Little Beaver)

Earth movers like trenchers and augers can be used for endless design/build tasks. But as equipment manufacturers can attest, landscapers increasingly want land movers with a smaller footprint and more maneuverability for smaller jobs. “For the last five years, we’ve been pressured to make things that are smaller in size, no more than 48 inches in width, that will be... read more