I grew up on a ranch located in the southern United States. For as long as I can remember, my father has raised beef cattle. Every summer, he has the arduous task of baling cutting and arranging hay into bales. Because of the hot humid weather in our part of the country, my father particularly dreaded this summer chore when I was young. His hay baler didn’t contain an air conditioner in it. Thankfully, he has recently acquired a hay baler with this convenience. Now, he can cut his hay down without even breaking a sweat. If you’re thinking about getting into the cattle business, consider opting for an air conditioned hay baler immediately. On this blog, you will discover the advantages of buying a new state-of-the-art hay baler with a built-in air conditioning system.
25 May 2017
Beekeeping in urban areas has become more and more popular, with many people choosing to keep bees in their yards or even on their rooftops in response to the widespread loss of bee colonies in the wild. Maintaining your own bee hive means doing something great for the environment while also providing your family and friends with delicious local honey. Here are three tips for new urban beekeepers: Take a Beekeeping Class
6 April 2016
Lush green grass can make any home or property look beautiful. Laying down new sod will help promote even growth. Before you decide to install new sod for your outdoor living or farming space, there are a few things you should do to ensure that your new grass grows in a healthy and consistent way. Here are some things you can do to prepare your property for new sod so it will last and grow.
10 February 2015
Having automatic grain handling equipment can be extremely handy when it comes to feeding your livestock and keeping your animals healthy while lightening the workload for yourself. Unfortunately, just as with anything, grain handling equipment does need repair every now and then. For example, your grain pump's electric motor will need to be replaced every now and then. These are a few signs to look out for to determine if your grain pump motor may need to be replaced.