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Attach A Skid Steer Box Grader To Your Agricultural Vehicle To Get The Job Done Quickly And Easily

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Are you still leveling out your soil grade with tools by hand? Perhaps you are using a small bulldozer to pick up soil and move it from place to place, but it’s just taking too long? Today, there’s a better way to manipulate and move your soil to ensure an even grade across the entire property and that’s by using a skid steer box grader attachment. Here are some of the benefits this type of attachment can provide and why you should look into adding it to your arsenal sooner rather than later.…

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Choosing Cattle Sorting Systems For Your Agricultural Business

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There are many challenges that come with managing a large number of cattle. In particular, sorting the cattle can be a process that will need to be done for a number of different reasons. Without the right equipment, this can be a time-consuming, stressful, and labor-intensive process. However, cattle sorting equipment can be a useful option for minimizing these issues so that your agricultural business can operate more efficiently. Effective Cattle Sorting Equipment Can Help To Keep The Animals From Becoming Stressed…

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Things You Should Understand About Livestock Scale Basics

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Homesteading has become increasingly popular across the country, with more landowners than ever setting up pastures and barns for raising cattle. One of the most important parts of raising cattle is monitoring their weight and growth, especially since cattle are sold by weight. That means investing in the right livestock scales for your needs. If you’ve never bought livestock scales before, you might not know what you should think about in the process.…

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Running Out Of Space? Why You Should Rent Retail Storage Space For Your Inventory

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If you own a retail business, and you haven’t invested in storage space, now’s the time to do that. You might think that you’re better off storing your inventory onsite, but that’s not the case. There are actually quite a few benefits to maintaining your surplus inventory in a separate retail storage unit. If you’re still not sure that you need a separate facility for your retail storage, read the list provided below.…

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What To Consider When Buying Used Farming Equipment

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When sourcing equipment for your farm, you’ll need generalized equipment such as a tractor as well as specialized equipment such as the attachments you’ll need for different crops. Some of these types of equipment may be available used. Here are some of the factors that can affect which equipment you can and should buy used. 1. Lifespan  Equipment that has an extremely long life expectancy is typically a good option to buy used.…

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3 Reasons To Consider Prefinished Cedar Siding For Your Home

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When it comes to taking care of your home, your siding is one of the first lines of defense. The siding on your home is what protects your home’s frame and installation from damage. When it comes time to change the siding on your home, you should consider pre-stained cedar siding for your home. #1: Cedar Siding Lasts a Long Time When it comes to choosing a siding material for your home, you want to choose a siding material that is going to last for a long time.…

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Ways To Save Money With Used Equipment For Your Farm

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Small farms that are just starting or trying to grow in size often have smaller budgets than the bigger farms that they compete with. Finding ways to save money and still produce crops is essential, and sometimes buying or leasing used farming equipment can help. Below are some factors to consider when looking for used farm equipment.  Dealer Trade-Ins One option when you are looking for used farm equipment is to consider trade-in equipment from your local farm machinery dealer.…

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Helpful Tips For Changing The Oil On Your Tractor

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Just as it is important to change the oil on your car, it’s also important to change the oil on your tractor. Some people take their tractor in for service so that they can have this done, but this isn’t really necessary. If you’re willing to put in the time yourself and if you don’t mind getting your hands dirty, you can learn how to change the oil on your tractor yourself.…

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Why You Should Buy Your Tractor From A Tractor Dealership

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If you are thinking about buying a tractor for use on your own homestead or horse property, or if you are hoping to purchase a tractor for a farm or for any other purpose, you could be wondering where you should purchase your tractor from. You could look for a tractor in your local classifieds, or you could buy one from an auction. Instead, though, you may want to check out a tractor dealership.…

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Your Wheatgrass Ingredient Supplier: Why Having A Good Relationship Matters

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You need to form a great relationship with your wheatgrass and wheatgrass ingredient supplier. There are many ways this company or individual is valuable to your agricultural business to help you be more successful and produce healthy crops for your end consumer to use. Since you cannot afford to have a lackluster ingredient supply and you rely on bulk deliveries to keep your company going strong, it’s important that you do what you can to keep your relationship with your wheatgrass ingredient supplier healthy and stronger than ever.…

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