A skid-steer loader can be one of the most versatile implements on a farm or ranch. South Dakota rancher Joe Waldner modified his skid-steer loader to make it even more versatile. He built a scraper blade that attaches to the loader bucket, which he can use to push feed up to the bunk or snow off the alleyway. The blade was made from 1/8-inch steel, with a cutter bar welded on the bottom of the blade. He also attached ½-inch rubber baler belting to the bottom of the cutter bar to prevent damage to concrete surfaces along the feed alley. The scraper disconnects easily from the skid-steer loader when he needs to use the bucket, a task that is done on a daily basis. Waldner also welded a 1-inch vertical rod to the blade where he stacks empty feed and mineral sacks.