When you make your living by working the land, you need reliable equipment that can withstand the rigors of heavy use. For many farming and ranching operations, renting offers a convenient and cost-effective solution for acquiring machines, work tools and whatever else is required to get the job done.
The Cat® Rental Store helps farmers and ranchers across the U.S. and around the world acquire the right equipment for their agricultural operations. You'll find a broad assortment of products from Caterpillar and other reputable manufacturers that will boost your productivity, lower your operating costs and make your job easier.
The Cat Rental Store in your area offers compact multipurpose agricultural machines that are ideal for working in the fields, moving materials, digging and loading. Select from advanced models such as:
Our agriculture rental equipment inventory includes an assortment of work tool attachments that are compatible with many of these machines and will increase their versatility. Examples of the tools that are well-suited for agricultural applications include bale grabs and spears, silage defacers, tillers, backhoes and buckets.
The staff at any of our more than 1,300 global locations will assist you in finding the right machine for your applications. We'll also recommend attachments that will enhance the equipment's performance and boost your productivity.
When you choose The Cat Rental Store as your agriculture rental equipment supplier, you get:
Renting agriculture equipment gives you more flexibility to add machines quickly when the need arises. It's the ideal solution when taking on additional projects or replacing a model that's in the shop for repairs. Renting also makes sense if you don't have the space to store unused equipment or if you want to minimize your maintenance and repair costs.
If you're considering a machine purchase, renting it for a few days or weeks allows you to test it at your work sites to ensure it's the right fit. You should also consider a rental if you want to preserve some of your business capital to invest in other areas of your operation.