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  • Tips For Outfitting Your New Small Farm With Its Necessary Equipment

    If you are giving up the busy city life for the slower life of a small farm, then there are many things you need to purchase for all of the new farming tasks you will be performing. Since you probably aren't independently wealthy, there are things you can do to help contain the costs while getting your farm up and running, including each of these tips: Tip: Set Yearly and Long-Term Budget for Farm Equipment - Large and Small
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  • 3 Things You Should Consider Doing Before Bringing A New Horse To Your Barn

    Are you thinking about buying a new horse? You may love these animals and want to have one of your own to spend time with and ride as often as you would like. Before bringing your beautiful new pet home to live in your barn, there are several things you should do to start preparing for the arrival of your new horse. 1. Invest in a Halter, Lead Rope and Saddle
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  • 3 Questions To Ask When Hiring A Professional Land Surveyor For A Residential Land Survey

    If you need to hire a professional land surveyor to survey your residential piece of property, you want to make sure that you hire the best person for the job. Here are three questions to ask when hiring a professional land surveyor. #1 Do You Have Experience With Residential Land Surveys? There are various areas where a land surveyor could develop their expertise. You need to make sure that the land surveyor you hire has experience with the specific type of survey you need, in this case, a residential land survey.
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  • 3 Simple Ways To Use Wood Chips In Your Yard

    If you have extra branches or logs lying around your property, these wood items can easily be converted into a landscaping asset with the help of a wood chipper. Investing in a wood chipper will allow you to create your own wood chips. These wood chips can be given new life in your landscape. Here are three simple ways you can incorporate wood chips into your yard in the future.
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  • Use The Right Tools To Trim Your Trees

    Trimming trees isn't as easy as just grabbing a saw and cutting off a branch. You need to make sure that it's done properly, both for you and for the tree.  Safety First Before you even start, you need to make sure that you are doing everything you can to assure your safety. One of the things you need to do is make sure that you know where the electric lines are.
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  • Counting The Cost: Things To Know Before You Begin Your First Tractor Restoration

    Restoring a favorite tractor is both exciting and fun. Whether your favorite tractor is a Farmall Model H, John Deere Model B, or some other model, you probably imagine showing off your completed project at the next local tractor show or parade. However, before you start disassembling the sheet metal, you should consider the amount of time and money involved in tractor restoration. By asking yourself a few questions, you will know whether to proceed on your project:
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  • When Is It Time To Remove A Tree?

    As trees grow, they will often develop problems. They become unhealthy and either grow in an undesirable way, or cease to grow at all. In these situations, you have to determine whether or not you should remove the tree. Some trees may even just require basic tree service to continue to grow safely. It depends on the situation. If you have any doubts, it's always wise to contact the professionals for a consultation.
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  • Four Of The Most Common Reasons For Cone Crush Failure

    In an industrial mining or agricultural setting, cone crushers provide a valuable service that is hard to match by any other piece of machinery. While these powerhouses do a lot of heavy lifting, it is all too easy to neglect the care that they really need and find yourself reaching deep to pay for costly repairs or replacement. Here are four of the most common reasons cone crushers will see an untimely failure in their operational components.
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  • Drones May Change The Face Of Your Farm

    Crop monitoring is one of the key ways to ensure your fields produce at their best, from the time you plant until the harvest season. New emerging technologies are simplifying and lowering the long-term cost, while providing the ability for more frequent surveillance. Current Technologies Most current crop monitoring methods leave a lot to be desired. They take time and can become expensive. Your two main options are: Private aircraft flyovers.
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