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TAG: Little Beaver

How the project can help with determining the best trencher to purchase

August 8, 2021By

When choosing equipment to dig a ditch, the type and variety of jobs determine the best purchase and industry experts share advice to help reach a decision. read more

Little Beaver’s Lone Star Drills adds Honda engine for soil sampling drills

July 27, 2021By
Lone Star Drills soil sampling drill featuring Honda engines (Photo: Lone Star Drills)

Little Beaver subsidiary Lone Star Drills adds Honda engine as base model to high-powered soil drill systems. 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

Little Beaver second-generation president Billy Roy (BR) Haynes dies

March 23, 2021By

Second-generation President of Little Beaver Billy Roy Haynes, 94, died March 13, in Livingston, Texas, surrounded by his family. Haynes was born on Oct. 2, 1926 in Livingston, Texas, to Newman & Lillian (Peebles) Haynes. He grew up in Livingston and graduated high school in 1943. He briefly attended Texas A&M University but soon left to join the war effort... read more

Lone Star Drills introduces remote-controlled tracked drill

April 21, 2020By

Lone Star Drills introduced a new tracked drill with an automatic SPT hammer for improved accuracy in geotechnical and soil sampling applications. The LSGT+HDA drill is based on one of Lone Star Drills’ units, the LST1G+HDA. By adding tracks and a remote-controlled feature to the drill, operators can position the drill in hard-to-reach areas and locations with delicate underfoot and... read more

Experts’ Tips: Trenchers

February 13, 2020By
Trencher in action (Photo: JCB North America)

Trenchers come in many varieties. Knowing which is right for you depends on three things: project type, project scope and productivity. “We categorize our trenching equipment by small, medium and large,” says Michael Hatcher, president of Michael Hatcher & Associates in Olive Branch, Miss. “Each category has helped us gain a competitive advantage on different projects and at different points... read more