Planting A New Garden? Ways To Make Your Tractor Work For You

Posted on: 29 April 2018

If you've recently purchased a home on a large plot of land and you're getting ready to plan your spring garden preparations, you may want to put your tractor to good use. While most people think of garden preparation as a manual process, it can be made much easier when you use the equipment you've invested in. If you've never used your tractor for this, there are a few attachments you should consider to help you get the job done.
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Buying A New Farm? 4 Tips For Purchasing Used Farm Equipment To Save You Money

Posted on: 14 December 2017

If you bought a new farm you have already spent quite a bit of money. Fortunately, you can save money by choosing used farm equipment instead of buying this equipment brand new. If you decide to do this, below are four tips so you can be sure you purchase equipment that will work well for you. 1. Do a Thorough Inspection Once you find the equipment you would like to purchase first inspect it thoroughly.
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Becoming A Land Surveyor: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 12 September 2017

Land surveyors use science and technology to determine the distance between three-dimensional points on Earth. The surveyors use this information to construct detailed maps or mark boundaries. Land surveying has been around for centuries, ever since humans started building the first structures. It's extremely important to keep up with land surveying, especially with GPS systems being so popular. What do surveyors do? As a surveyor, you will have plenty of duties and responsibilities to keep you busy.
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How To Care For Your Cool-Season Pasture During Summer

Posted on: 15 June 2017

For new horse owners and perhaps those who aren't used to having a cool-season pasture for their horse, caring for the grass, alfalfa and other good nutrients your horse needs can be a challenge. During the summer months, some spices of plants and grasses do grow very quickly and you often can get problems with weed growth too. Here are some tips to care for your cool-season pasture during the summer months.
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