The tractor with a pull-type scraper system can provide up to a 30-40 percent cost-per-yard advantage, when compared to conventional self-propelled scrapers, especially on sites with short- to medium-haul distances. And they will save even more on labor and fuel, as the Case IH tractor and pull-type scraper combination requires no dozer or other support equipment to follow behind. Working together, the tractor and pull-type scraper can load, transport, dump and spread dirt evenly.
The mother and father, who both lived in Los Angeles, California, were divorced in November 1992. They were awarded joint legal custody of their three minor children, with the mother receiving primary physical custody. In 1996, after the mother had begun a homosexual relationship, she petitioned a California court for a custody modification, asking that the father, who had since moved to Alabama, be awarded physical custody of the children. The California court granted the mother's petition, and the children moved to Alabama. In February 1999, however, the mother filed in a California court another petition to modify custody, this time requesting that physical custody of the children be returned to her. In April 1999, the father filed a complaint in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Alabama, requesting that the case be transferred to Alabama. The Jefferson Circuit Court granted the relief requested. The case was transferred and jurisdiction was vested in Alabama, the current home state of all three children.
“The goal of the Case IH and Ashland alliance is to provide contractors easy access to a complete earthmoving solution,” says Randy Rust, President/Partner of Ashland Industries. “We're proud to partner with because they offer equipment expertise, product durability, service advantages and flexible financing and lease programs, as well as the resources of a leading tractor manufacturer.”