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TAG: Turfco Manufacturing

Turfco: TurnAer XT5 Aerator

January 25, 2021By

The hugely popular TurnAer™ XT5 allows you to turn and reverse while you aerate—taking your operation to a new level of productivity. Aeration has never been this easy, comfortable or profitable. Steerable and reversible for 30% greater productivity over traditional aerators. Patent-pending tine wheels enhance steering and increase hill-holding stability. Smooth, hydrostatic operation is quieter and easier on the operator.... read more

Massachusetts landscape company wins Turfco grand prize

March 11, 2020By
Mitch Foster (right), took delivery in a mid-February of a new Turfco T3100 riding spreader and aerator from Brad Hendrickson, regional sales manager, Turfco Manufacturing. Foster accepted the new machine on behalf of his company, Simply Safer Lawn Care, of Wrentham, Mass. (Photo: Turfco)

  To celebrate 100 years of business as a provider of lawn- and turf-care equipment, Turfco Manufacturing sponsored the “100 Years of Thanks Giveaway” with its T3100 Riding Spreader and Sprayer Applicator as the top prize. The grand prize winner in the landscape industry category for Turfco’s “100 Years of Thanks” giveaway is Simply Safer Lawn Care, of Wrentham, Mass.... read more

John Kinkead Sr., head of Turfco, dies at 89

October 4, 2019By

John Kinkead Sr., longtime head of Turfco Manufacturing and an innovator in the turf management industry, died on Oct. 1. He was 89 years old. Kinkead will be remembered by those in the industries he loved as an innovator and as a person whose perseverance set the tone for how Turfco continues to collaborate with its customers in products and... read more

Unveiling GIE+EXPO’s next big thing

October 4, 2019By
Photo: GIE+EXPO

The next big idea can get sparked at GIE+EXPO — something landscapers and exhibitors bank on every October in Louisville. read more

Maintaining aerators

May 14, 2019By
Man aerating (Photo: Exmark)

Spring and early fall are busy times for aerators. Proper maintenance is important to ensure aerators are ready during these short windows of time. “For most lawn care operators (LCOs), aerators do not run every day — they sit stationary waiting for their season to start and quickly end,” says Brandon King, an engineer for Billy Goat Industries. “The season... read more