My Westendorf

Customer Testimonials

I have a 60" version of the Rear-Ender Auto-Dump on my YM2000 for a few years.  It works great for the investment.  I have spread and leveled gravel, dug drainage reliefs on field edges, and it really works great for moving snow.  Add a hydraulic stop link (high lifter kit) and it becomes a heck of a machine.

Steve - Wenona, IL

I really like the quick-tach bucket teeth.  They work really good for scooping manure, an you were the only company I found that had a quick-tack style so the teeth don't need to be bolted on.  When I want them off they're off and when I want them on, they're on in just a few minutes.  That's quite a patent and loader you have.  I like everything about my TA-28 loader - It's the best.  I clear a lot of manure, as I have a lot of cattle.  I use it to haul wood and handle brush.  It's got good lift height (over 13') and works great for stacking bales.  I couldn't get along without it!

Chester Speer - Maywood, MO

It has been a real good loader, and I would be lost without it. I'd spread my butter with it if I could! I like how easy the Remote Control Coupler makes changing attachments, and I'd recommend the Comfort Ride to anybody.

Bill Quick - Redding, IA

I absolutely LOVE my TA loader. I'm truly pleased with the performance, more than I actually expected. My neighbor and I have 24 acres that we're putting fence around, and if it wasn't for that loader, we'd never get it done. It hauls our barb wire, fence posts, bags of cement and all the tools. Plus, we use it for stretching and tightening the fences. It is invaluable! It is doing bigger jobs than I ever thought possible. The first day I used my loader - I transported full length telephone poles, several large trees and additional miscellaneous items around the farm. The canopy I purchased with the loader has really been a blessing, it keeps me out of the weather while I'm brush-hogging the pastures and mowing the yard.

Gordon Arteno - Fayetteville, TN

I received the Westendorf Cool Cap Canopy for my John Deere 4310 today.  It took less than 1 hour to install.  All the parts and hardware were there.  First time in a while I have put something together that wasn't missing even a single washer.  The instructions were well written and easy to follow.  Must have been written by someone in this country. (American English).

Gary B. Spring - Cambridge, OH

Before I purchased a set of Brush Crushers for my John Deere 740 loader I knew they were going to get a serious workout. Over 75% of my 80+ acres are wooded and some logs are 18 feet long!  After some practice I can finesse those claws pretty good and do some delicate work like moving around attachments for my Super C in and out of storage.  Most of the work is moving logs and stumps and an occasional actual brush pile.  I also used it to clean up some scrap iron around the farm. Those Brush Crushers are the Cat's Meow.

Greg Lessord - Spencerport, NY

A Man's Two Best Friends... His Westendorf and His Dog I really like the 340 loader; it's a very powerful loader, and it's made very well.  This loader really looks good on the tractor, like it's been molded to fit; you can see really well because of this.  I especially like the heavy-duty bucket and how easy the loader is to take on and off the tractor.  I've used it for everything around the farm and have not had any problems.  I'm a satisfied customer.

Mike Gfeller - Junction City, KS

I was a big hay farmer at one time. I owned both a IH 686 with a 2250 IH loader and another with a John Deere 146 loader. We needed another loader tractor for sharecropping so in looking around,  I bought a new TA-26 Westendorf and put it on an IH 826. In the long run the Westendorf loader is the best, hands down.  I decided to retire and had to sell out.  I sold six tractors and many pieces of equipment.  My old 826 and Westendorf loader is NOT for sale.  I have had it about 10 years and not spent anything on the loader and there are no welds on it.  I am very well satisfied.

Randle Dotson, Dickson, TN

I saw your article to Farm Bureau Magazine. We bought a loader of yours in 1972 and later a grapple fork in 1976. All is still working well. Only one little cylinder repair once. We feed cattle and it is used hard for everything. My cost of the loader at the time was $1111.11 bought from Barnard Implement in Eldora, IA. I am 82 years old and still using your loader after 34 years. Keep up the good work.

Carl King - Eldora, IA

I have never had a loader that I have used so much and that has served my every need, like my Westendorf TA-25; and, as a rancher out here I have many.
You make a far superior product, and I boast to all my ranch friends that they should be so lucky. I hope I can help spread the word and get your Westendorf products on more farms and ranches out here.
Thank you so very much.

Kenneth Cure - Kersey, CO

I like everything about my TA-28 loader - It's the best.  I clear a lot of manure, as I have a lot of cattle.  I use it to haul wood and handle brush.  It's got good lift height (over 13') and works great for stacking bales.  I couldn't get along without it!  I really like the quick-tach bucket teeth.  They work really good for scooping manure, an you were the only company I found that had a quick-tack style so the teeth don't need to be bolted on.  When I want them off they're off and when I want them on, they're on in just a few minutes.  That's quite a patent and loader you have.

Chester Speer - Maywood, MO

You guys make a great loader, next thing now is a bale spear.

Dean Avery - Meservey, IA

 

 

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