Is the Man Saver any good? Ask your neighbor.

Man Saver T-Post Driver

If you needed a piece of advice, or to borrow a tool, the old way of doing business was to lean over the fence and ask your neighbor for it. Times have changed, but a neighbor’s word is still weightier than an advertisement or product claim. Our customers are the best audience to help us improve our tool. They test our product with the daily challenges of fence building on the ranch and they’re honest about how easy it works for them. A real customer recently shared how his Man Saver is 14 or 15 years old, and estimates it’s put down 40,000 posts or more. That kind of longevity is what we aim for in building a tool that lasts. Continue reading

Ranching Listed in Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in America


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We recently came across an article listing ranching among the “10 Most Dangerous Jobs in America.” It’s true that overturned tractors and bucking animals are risks that come with the territory. In 2012, agricultural workers accounted for 21 deaths per 100,000 in a Bureau of Labor Statistics study. Continue reading

We’re Back! Catch the Man Saver Post Driver on RFD-TV’s The American Rancher


Some good things come around twice, and that’s why The Man Saver Post Driver is making its second appearance on RFD-TV’s The American Rancher. That’s right! We’re back with an inside look at the birthplace of an invention that has saved the backs of ranchers and farmers across America since 1997. Continue reading

The Man Saver Makes Good Fence Sense


Everyone knows that spring is for improvement projects, and it’s no different at the ranch. There’s always work to be done, but especially in this season when the fix-it list is a mile long. That’s why Working Ranch Magazine has teamed up with Rohrer Manufacturing to make your fence building job fun again. As the weather warms up, spring is fast approaching, and it’s time to mend those broken fences! cattle_fencing

The March issue of Working Ranch Magazine features the Man Saver as the one-man operator for your fence-building needs. The Man Saver is designed for posts up to 3.5 inches in diameter, with various sleeve adapters for different post shapes. The lightest weight tool in its class with the fastest results, the Man Saver is an asset tool for many industries including farming, ranching, public works, vineyards, and rangeland projects.

Remote fence installation projects are no problem with our lightweight driver. It’s easy enough to throw on the back of an ATV with a small trailer for the air compressor. Our customers’ favorite features are the portability and ease with which our tool works! See what our customers are saying about their purchase:



Get with the evolution of new farming tools and resources available to make your job easier. The work can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be back breaking! There’s no time to waste. Get those spring projects finished and order our most popular product, the Man Saver 98-E T-Post Driver. Don’t wait around!

All in the Family: How Rohrer Supports Small Businesses

Rohrer Post Driver Farmer Paul HarveyRohrer’s been hard at work for 16 years to make your job a little easier. Our product is a favorite among farmers and ranchers across America who’ve tended crops and raised livestock for generations. Keeping a family business alive in this day and age is no small feat, that’s why Rohrer hasn’t budged on the prices of our products since 1998. We know the value of a good sturdy piece of farm equipment. Continue reading

Rohrer Stands with the Ranchers of South Dakota


Here at Rohrer Manufacturing, we are advocates of the ranchers and farmers who till the ground and tend the herds across America. We know that ranching is more than a lifestyle or a means to a paycheck; it’s the glue that holds the fabric of our nation together. Ranching is a commitment made from one generation to the next to care for the land and the communities it prospers. Continue reading

Jamaica’s Coral Reef Crisis an Opportunity to Rebuild

In Jamaica, subsistence fishing has been a way of life for centuries. The oceans once yielded generously to those dependent on its riches, particularly in Bluefields Bay where fish life was plentiful a century ago. But without environmental regulation of its once-teeming waters, its habitats are now devastated by trolling nets, poor fishing methods and the destruction of mandrake swamps that once sheltered fish. Continue reading