3 Reasons To Purchase An Electric Tractor For Your Small Farm

Posted on: 25 August 2018
Farming will require that you invest in heavy-duty equipment in order to properly sow and reap your products. No matter what your farm grows, you will need to take care of most agricultural farms in largely the same manner. This includes plowing equipment, cultivators, and tractors. Tractors will be one of the main modes of working and transportation around a farm. Having a tractor will allow you to clear fields, plant, and haul other equipment.
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What Are Some Advantages of Closed-Loop BHO Extraction?

Posted on: 17 November 2016
The extraction of THC has risen in popularity and mainstream acceptance since the legalization of marijuana at various levels across the United States. If you've recently developed an interest in THC extraction, you may be wondering how the process works and what you need to get started. Before you invest in any kind of BHO extraction equipment, make sure you understand what you're getting. Here's a look at a few reasons why you should consider a closed-loop extraction system.
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Three Things to Keep in Mind When Adding Alfalfa Hay to Your Horse's Diet

Posted on: 15 September 2016
Alfalfa hay has long been used as feed for horses. As it is higher in calories than grass hays like Timothy and orchard, it is often added to the diets of horses who need to gain weight, are doing heavy work, or are nursing. However, there are some intricacies to keep in mind if you're thinking of adding alfalfa hay to your horse's diet. Alfalfa is high in protein. Alfalfa is typically between 15% and 20% crude protein.
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Maintaining Your Well In Winter

Posted on: 23 January 2016
Winter is a time when freezing temperatures and excess precipitation can affect the functionality of your well. Knowing how to care for your well at this time of year is critical. The following tips will help you prevent water, snow and ice from damaging your well in winter.  Ensure Your Fertilizer is Protected and Put Away One of the greatest threats to most underground water sources is chemical pollution from the environment above the ground—and much of that pollution comes from lawn and garden fertilizer.
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