SOURCE: MB Crusher | June 4, 2023
Kernersville, NC – Imagine working on a remote rocky jobsite, Arizona heat and a large bison herd, each weighing over 2,000 lbs. Well, that’s a normal workday for Daniel Tuffelmire, owner of Stud Butte Bison Ranch in Chino Valley, Arizona. Daniel oversees daily ranch operations including bison and beef cattle management, construction and soil management. MB Crusher was honored to interview Mr. Tuffelmire at our very own booth at ConExpo 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Standing in front of the live-demo area, Daniel explained why he stopped by the MB Crusher booth, “I came here today to take a look…that’s my excavator there that’s actually being used. So that’s the real deal.” While pointing to the Caterpillar 336E excavator with a MB Crusher BF120.4 attachment, Daniel also mentioned he owns the same BF120.4 and MB-L160 crusher buckets, as well as a MB-LS170 screening bucket.
During the interview, Daniel describes himself as a “hybrid-user,” with a large ranch located on extremely rocky terrain. “We kind of have a good benefit. We have a lot of rock. but we also…the bad side of it is that we’re very remote. So getting material in as process, as well as getting it in to haul it somewhere is costly,” says Daniel. He also highlighted additional advantages of using MB Crusher attachments, such as crushing large rocks and then using the aggregate to help build roads throughout his ranch.
When asked to describe MB Crusher in one word Daniel said, “cost-effective.” We agree! MB Crusher continues to provide customers with additional ways to save money, reduce labor fees and improve efficiency.
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