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Take Your Farm Into The 21st Century

I learned farming from my dad, who learned the art of cultivating crops from his father. I can tell you that over the years, a lot of things have changed. Although a lot of the basic farming principles remain the same, technology has evolved for farmers too. These days, I can reap more crops than I ever could before, which has made my business a lot more profitable. As you read through the agricultural information on my website, think about how these concepts could help your own business. Don't be afraid to try new things and to work with new companies, because it can improve your own company.

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Concerned About The Food You Eat? 3 Reasons You Should Choose Organic
14 February 2017

If you're like most people, you spend a lot of tim

Tips For Covering Your Yard With Sod
19 September 2016

Whether a harsh summer led to dry, dead grass or y

3 Things You Will Want To Know Before Buying A PTO Wood Chipper For Your Tractor
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Tree Pruning Tool Selection And Care
5 January 2016

Trimming your trees is done more easily if you hav

Essential Strategies To Teach Your Preteen About Lawn Mower Safety
10 February 2015

As your child reaches the preteen years, you may b

Concerned About The Food You Eat? 3 Reasons You Should Choose Organic

If you're like most people, you spend a lot of time in the grocery store. You probably also spend a lot of time choosing the right foods for you and your family. However, you might not spend much time considering the grains and produce you're purchasing. Unfortunately, that lack of consideration could mean that you're consuming foods that are harmful. This is particularly true if you're not choosing organic foods. Here are just three of the reasons why you should insist on organic foods whenever possible. Read More 

Tips For Covering Your Yard With Sod

Whether a harsh summer led to dry, dead grass or you're just looking to transform the look of a sparse and bare yard, investing in sod may be the fastest, most comprehensive solution for your needs. If you've decided to opt for sod, you need to care for it properly in the days and weeks after application so that it roots and thrives. Here are some tips to help you do just that. Read More 

3 Things You Will Want To Know Before Buying A PTO Wood Chipper For Your Tractor

There are many different types of wood chippers for sale to consider for the task of cleaning up tree debris, but few are as convenient as a PTO attachment for your tractor. When it comes to PTO equipment, there are many different options to consider, such as the size that is right for your tractor, as well as things like the size trunks that a PTO wood chipper can handle. Here are some of the things that you will want to consider when looking for a PTO wood chipper for your tractor: Read More 

Tree Pruning Tool Selection And Care

Trimming your trees is done more easily if you have the right tools and if they are in good condition. The following guide will help you pick out your tools and provide you with tips for proper care. #1: Shears Pruning shears are the most reached for tool for nearly any pruning project. These scissor-like implements come in various types, from handheld pruner that are best used on branches no thicker than your thumb, to larger loppers that can cut through branches up to a couple of inches thick. Read More 

Essential Strategies To Teach Your Preteen About Lawn Mower Safety

As your child reaches the preteen years, you may be getting regular requests about ways to earn some cash. One possibility involves letting your youngster take on some lawn care tasks. You must be certain he or she is responsible enough to follow safety instructions if using a powered push mower is part of the project. To you, lawn mower safety procedures may seem like common sense, but every year, thousands of people need medical treatment for injuries that happened while working with a lawn mower. Read More