Walker Ware Clear Water Bottles on Sale

Get 20% off Walker Ware clear water bottles as you prepare for summer. Both bottles are made of durable, BPA free material and they are designed to last!

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Nobody Touches Barb's Mower

One never knows where a Walker Mower may show up. In fact, a most unlikely place is the small town of Hannon, Missouri, located two hours south of Kansas City. Here, homeowner Barb King has been mowing with her Walker Mower for 16 years. Once a week on Friday, before her hair appointment, she spends nearly two hours mowing her lawn.

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New Financing Plans

  • No payments until October 2019* 
  • Zero percent interest for 48 months*

With programs like these, buying a Walker Mower is easy. Check out the various financing options on our website. 

*North American programs only, contact your local dealer for additional details in other locations.

Explore Financing Options

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Keep the Wheels Turning

It’s a beautiful, cool day in Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario, Canada, perfect for mowing lawns. But Guy Pellitteri and his wife, Diane, are taking the day off. They’re going to share their company story about working in a town that has won recognition as the prettiest in Canada.

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The Versatile Walker Shines in Spring

With the grass starting to green up, the Walker Mower is ready to go to work preparing lawns and landscapes for the growing season. With seasonal attachments and implements, and a wide variety of mowing decks, the Walker Mower makes springtime work fast and easy and gives beautiful results. Easily handle: 

  • Dethatching
  • Fertilizing
  • Overseeding
  • Weed Control
  • Short Mowing
  • Wide Variety of Utility 

See how the versatile Walker makes spring lawn care easy.

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Walker Workers

Walker Mowers are being produced year-round every working day at our manufacturing plant in Fort Collins, Colorado, by a company of around 200 workers. There are 160 workers on the factory floor making the machines and 40 workers in the office supporting them. While some may call it semantics, we like to refer to ourselves as workers because we are all hands-on workers, producers, makers — no room here for paper shufflers, desk jockeys or office fluff.

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