Tips For Buying Hay Equipment

Growing your own hay to feed your livestock can be an excellent way of ensuring that you can effectively control the quality of food that the livestock receive. To effectively grow your own hay, you will need to have equipment for both seeding the ground and harvesting the hay. When you are in the process of buying this equipment, there are several steps and considerations you will want to utilize. Read More 

A Bigger Job Than Most Realize: Employee Safety Around Golf Course Mowers

The lush, green expanse of a golf course looks that way because of the constant care that is given to the grass, borders, and other features that players encounter during a game. Your staff is responsible for that care with the help of efficient equipment, but that equipment isn't exactly like what you'd use on a home lawn. That also means the way your employees use the equipment needs to change accordingly. Read More 

Tips For Finding Farm Equipment On A Tight Budget

If you have a need for additional farm equipment, but you are trying to stick with a tight budget, you will want to check out the following tips. After all, there is no point in spending more money than you have to, especially when there is a good chance that there are a few other things you might want to do for your farm. Contact The Local Auction Companies When you live in a community with a lot of farms, there is a good chance that some of the local auction companies might have some upcoming events where there will be some farming equipment. Read More 

Three Tips For Maintaining A Good Cool Weather Pasture For Your Horse

If you're located in the Northeast and you've decided to buy a few horses for your property, then you probably have spent a lot of time setting up the stalls and stables in order to protect the horses from the cold weather. However, it's just as important that you make sure the pasture land is set up properly. If you don't take care of the pasture land, then your horses will not have enough food to eat. Read More 

Using an Oxalic Acid Vaporizer to Kill Varroa Mites? Use These Tips

Varroa mites can cause a great deal of destruction to a beehive. They act as parasites that latch on to different bees, especially the brood. If left alone, the entire colony can die out. Oxalic acid is one of the ways that beekeepers can take care of those mites without harming the bees. Small amounts of this acid are found in many human foods such as spinach, peanuts, and chocolate, but to varroa mites, it is deadly. Read More