A Convenient Tool

If you’re tired of picking up pecans by hand, consider investing in a tool to help make your job much easier. Discover the best tools to utilize. Click here.

Grasses And Forage Plants To Grow In A Horse Pasture

14 June 2017
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Horses get roughage from eating alfalfa hay and supplemental grains, and grazing on grasses and forage plants in a pasture. When preparing and planting a horse pasture, choose grasses and plants that are high in protein and easy for your horses to digest. Depending on your location, there are many kinds of grass and plants that you can grow in a horse pasture. Here are some that will yield a high-quality feed for your horses:  Read More …

Focus On Efficiency When Choosing A Grain Bag Unloader: Features To Consider

22 September 2016
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When choosing a grain bag unloader, there are a number of things to consider. However, one of the most important factors is efficiency. You want to choose a unit that will allow you to operate the machine with as little effort as possible to maintain satisfactory productivity levels. If you're looking for a new bag unloader, here are two efficiency-related features to consider. Task Shifting Style Take some time to see just how simple the task shifting process is. Read More …

Three Disasters To Prepare For To Keep Your Barn Intact

13 July 2015
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If you live on a farm or ranch, you understand just how important your barn is to the success of your operation. Not only does it provide a place to store crops, equipment, and other necessities, it houses your livestock as well. Being prepared for these three disasters will ensure your barn stays fully intact. Fire When rain fails to fall and conditions are dry, it increases the chances for disasters caused by fire. Read More …

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A Convenient Tool

I grew up on a small ranch in the southeastern United States. My parents’ estate contained a sizable pecan orchard. Every fall, the family would painstakingly pick up pecans by hand. Besides being time consuming, this arduous work also made our backs hurt. One year, my grandmother had the foresight to buy a handy tool to pick pecans up with. She simply rolled the tool along the ground. When she did this simple task, the tool would instantly grab and store any nuts in its vicinity. If you’re tired of picking up pecans by hand, consider investing in a tool to help make your job much easier. On this blog, you will discover the best tools to utilize when gathering pecans.