In a year filled with ups and downs for many, there is nothing more important than helping others by lending a hand when it is needed most. With a strong desire to support and help our community, Diamond Mowers reached out to team up with United Way for our very first campaign with one goal in mind; to make a difference. With the variety of agencies and individuals the Sioux Empire United Way impacts, we wanted to support their mission to assist children, vulnerable adults, and people in crisis. We are excited that through this incredible campaign effort, our employees rallied together and raised over $20,000! What a way to make a difference!
Sumac refers to approximately 35 species in the genus Rhus, a member of the Anacardiaceae flowering plant family. Sumac grows in various parts of the world, including temperate climates in Eastern North America.
The Australian pine is an invasive tree found primarily in FL, HI, CA, AZ, and TX. In 1898, the USDA first planted Australian pine to stabilize banks and use as lumber. Today, this invasive species interferes with the plants, wildlife, and soil around it.
What motivates you? What are you passionate about? These are questions we commonly ask ourselves as individuals and in our work. Everyone who works at Diamond may have different passions and expertise, but one thing is shared at our core: finding solutions.
Topics: 20 Year Anniversary
As a USA-based company and leading manufacturer of industrial mowing equipment, Diamond Mowers is proud to be celebrating its 20th anniversary of serving its customers and supporting their dealers!
Topics: 20 Year Anniversary
Kudzu is an invasive plant that originated from parts of Asia, including China, Japan, and Korea. It was introduced in the U.S. in the late 1800s as a way to shade porches, specifically in the south.
Diamond Mowers, LLC has appointed Wayne Baumberger as its new President. Founder Bill Doyle will step down from the president role, but will remain as the company’s Chief Executive Officer.
Osage Orange, which is also known as hedge apple, horseapple, bowwood, or bodark, is native to the Southern United States. Its tough wood has been used for fence posts, archery bows, and wheel rims for horse-drawn wagons by pioneers. It also was commonly planted as a living fence line before barbed wire as another way to contain livestock.
Recently, Kyle Ter Beest reached out to us to share how his new Diamond Mowers 3-Pt Hitch Flail Mower has helped with maintaining his family’s farm.
The Siberian Elm, also known as a Chinese Elm, is native to eastern Asia and was introduce to the United States in the 1860s to be used for its fast growth and hardiness. It commonly functions as a shelter belt or windbreak tree. It is now recognized in areas across the United States as an invasive plant.