• Things To Consider When Shopping For Poly Pipe Trailers Online

    If you are tackling a massive project that involves installing a lot of flexible pipe or line, a poly pipe trailer is a wise investment, and shopping online yields you many choices. Here are a few things to consider in the process.  How and where will the trailer be used? How and where the trailer will be used is something to carefully think about before you start shopping for a poly pipe trailer.
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  • Three Benefits Of Installing Large Animal Automatic Feeders In Your Barn Or Stable

    Being a farmer, rancher, or horse stable owner comes with certain responsibilities. Those responsibilities include feeding your cattle, cows, or horses twice a day. As anyone in a similar position knows, there is almost never an opportunity to walk away from those responsibilities. However, if you install large animal automatic feeders, there are a handful of benefits you can reap for all of the hard work you do with your animals.
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  • Love That Fresh Fragrance And Unique Look? 3 Ideas For Using Cedar In Your Home

    Cedar wood is known for its color variations and invigorating, fresh scent. Because of its ability to resist insect damage, wood rot, and weather damage, it is a favorite lumber for outdoor fencing and structures. But cedar is also becoming increasingly popular for use inside the home. If you are a fan of cedar lumber and looking for some great ways to use it in your own home, here are three functional, attractive ideas you may want to explore.
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  • What To Look For When Buying Used Livestock Equipment

    Whether it is cattle, hogs, or chickens, if you are operating a livestock farm, you will need to buy equipment such as livestock panels, gates, chutes, or feeders in order to safely and effectively run your farm. In many situations, buying used livestock equipment is going to be the least expensive way to get started. When it comes to buying used livestock equipment, there are a few things you need to be aware of.
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  • Choosing The Right Compact Tractor For Your New Farm

    If you've just bought property in the country to start a small farm so you can become self-reliant, one thing you'll need is a good tractor. If you don't plan on farming commercially, then a compact tractor can probably do all you need as long as you purchase the right attachments for it. Here are some suggestions for buying the right small tractor and some attachments that might be useful on your farm.
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  • Mobile Drip Irrigation: An Introduction For Curious Landowners

    In areas that do not sustain enough rainfall, it can be really hard to keep all of your property hydrated and healthy. Therefore, it can be difficult to grow crops or even use your land in the way that you prefer to use it. Irrigation systems have been used for centuries to help landowners introduce water supplies to dry land areas, but modern systems are far more efficient. The mobile drip irrigation system is the perfect example of a type of irrigation system that is more efficient.
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  • 3 Helpful Tips When Purchasing A Tractor For Your Farm

    If you plan on doing some farming, you'll certainly need a tractor. There are many great options today, but to help you narrow down your choices, consider these selection tips.  Select a Type  There are several different types of tractors you can get today that are made specifically for farming purposes. These include lawn, garden, subcompact, and compact utility tractors. Each option has its own distinct features and benefits. For example, lawn tractors work well if you need to mow a lot of acres.
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