Snowblower Maintenance – Keeping Your Machine Ready

Living in snowy regions means being prepared to move snow, and sometimes, a lot of it. When you rely on the power of a snowblower to keep snow off walkways and driveways it can be a huge inconvenience to have your snowblower break down in the middle of a big storm. Maintained equipment leads to […]
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Freezing & Canning – Preserving Your Garden Bounty

It’s the time of year when if you’re like me you simply don’t how many more tomatoes you can feasibly eat. Is there possibly a green bean toxicity level? If there is, l’ve reached it. You’ve shared your gardens bounty with family, at work, or with your neighbors, and they have simply tapped out. Don’t […]
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Chainsaw maintenance and safety

Maintaining and using a chainsaw is a necessity for those that are in certain professions or those big outdoor projects. Even if you’re a weekend warrior, performing regular maintenance on your chainsaw will help to extend its life for many years to come. Here are five basic chainsaw maintenance tips to keep your chainsaw in […]
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How to make your background mosquito free

When you live in the Midwest there are only so many days of warm weather. So naturally, we want to try our best to enjoy every last minute of it. But along with warm nights comes swarms of mosquitoes making it hard to stay out late. Well, mosquito season is here, and it’s time to […]
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Raised Garden Beds

Ever wonder why raised garden beds are becoming so popular? Raised garden beds offer superior soil structure and drainage than traditional ground gardens. Plus, they give you a nice head start in the spring since the soil can warm quicker. On top of that, raised beds have far less issues with annoying perennial weeds. The […]
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Zero Turn Mowers & Ride-on Mowers – Which is the right choice for you?

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or ready to update your current mowing equipment there are a lot of variables to consider before buying a mower. In this article we’ll discuss the various pros and cons to consider before making the decision on the mower that is right for you.   Zero Turn Mowers  Pros: Faster […]
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Top 10: Ways to prepare your home and property for the spring

It is hard to imagine springtime during the winter when you live in the upper Midwest. But as certain as the sun rises, springtime is coming. Along with longer days comes melting snow, standing water, and once the snow starts to disappear we notice the months of hidden lawn debris. March is the perfect time […]
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Ritchie Industries Automatic Livestock Waterers

Whether you are looking for an automatic waterer for one horse, or for 500 cattle, Ritchie has a solution to fit your needs. At Mimbach Fleet and Supply we believe that our customers deserve the finest products with the best value, and we work hard to provide that for you. You may wonder what it […]
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The damage ice and snow can do and how to prevent them

Part of the beauty of living in the upper Midwest is the snow fall in the wintertime. While we all love the vision of a family around the fireplace sipping hot chocolate while the wind whips snow playfully outside, there is a harsher reality, snow and ice are a force of nature that can cause […]
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    Our Covid Preparedness Policy

    Mimbach Fleet Supply is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all our workers, customers, guests, and visitors. To ensure we have a safe and healthy workplace, Mimbach Fleet Supply has developed a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our workplaces and communities. Only through this cooperative effort can we establish and maintain the safety and health of all persons in our workplaces. 
    Social distancing  
    Social distancing of at least six feet will be implemented and maintained between workers and customers, guests and visitors in the workplace through the following engineering and administrative controls: Plexiglass barriers have been installed at cash registers and customer service counters, six feet markings are present to maintain space on floors. Masks are now optional in all public areas of the store. Dedicated entry and exit doors will be maintained at the front entrance. Hand sanitizer is available at the front entrance for those customers and guests to use. 


    Drop-off, pick-up and delivery practices and protocol. 
    Mimbach Fleet Supply offers Curbside pickup by Customers when requested. Orders can be phoned in and processed by credit card at time of order. Employees will load the Order into customer vehicle while wearing mask and gloves.