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How To Get The Best Results With A Middle Buster

4 November 2016
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Whether you've opted to rent or invest in a new middle buster, you have your hands on a valuable and versatile piece of agricultural equipment. A middle buster is in the family of tillers and subsoilers that attach to your tractor, offering you a faster, cleaner way to prepare your soil for seeing. And though middle busters are typically used for soil preparation, they can also be used for a number of other projects around your farm.
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Buying Heavy Equipment And Parts Online: Four Common Mistakes

15 September 2016
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Buying heavy equipment online can be beneficial to any company's bottom line. Often, local vendors have a lock on their regional market, and are thus able to increase their prices without necessarily increasing the value of their equipment. By purchasing equipment such as a skid steer attachment online, businesses can source the lowest prices across the globe. Still, there are some common issues you might want to look out for before you make the purchase.
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Tackling Common Submersible Well Pump Problems On Your Farm

23 August 2016
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While the agricultural business can be profitable, the key to being the most profitable is to keep expenses down, which is why relying on natural water supplies is only logical. If you have a well on your property for your agricultural needs, your well pump serves the crucial purpose of giving you a good supply of water as it is needed. So when issues come up, it can put a huge damper on your daily operations.
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Reasons To Regularly Trim And Prune The Bushes And Trees On Your Property

18 August 2016
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As a new homeowner who has lived in apartments until recently, you might be somewhat overwhelmed with all the maintenance and landscaping tasks that are now your responsibility. You might think about allowing the trees and bushes on your property to grow, thinking you'll get to them later, but the following points may convince you to add pruning and trimming to your weekly or monthly list of priorities. You Need to Protect Your House
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Can’t Sell Your Old Combine? How To “Chop Shop” Ag Equipment And Sell It That Way

15 August 2016
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Combines are monster-sized machines. When a farmer wants a full-on combine, he or she will get one, but usually several other pieces of farm equipment for lesser expense are sufficient. If you have a combine that you have been trying to sell for what feels like forever, maybe it is time to take a different approach. Try selling individual combine parts (i.e., break down the combine for parts and sell them like you would with an old car).
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About Me
Learning About Agricultural Equipment

Hello, my name is Nora. Welcome to my site. I am excited to talk to you about agricultural equipment. I was raised on a farm where we grew all of our own fruits and vegetables. As a family, we maintained the farmland together. We all learned how to operate the agricultural equipment to tend the fields of fresh produce. I will talk about the different types of equipment we used for each task. I will also discuss the maintenance and repairs required for those items. Please visit my site again soon to learn more about this important topic. Thank you.