Gardening Basics: Knowing Your Shovels

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Heading Into Farming As A Career? Pointers On Buying Tractors

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If seeing a tractor for sale makes you long for a house with a red barn and a hundred acres behind that, you may be the perfect person to become a farmer. Family farms are on the decline because recent generations do not want to be farmers like their parents and grandparents. As such, there is a lot of farmland for sale, as well as a lot of equipment. If you know for sure that you are going to become a farmer now, here are a few pointers on buying your very first tractor. Read More»

Why Cedar Lumber Is A Good Type Of Wood For Farm Use

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Cedar lumber is a good building material to use around your farm. You can use it for a variety of purposes such as building a storage shed, tractor carport, or even a chicken coop. Although it costs more than pressure-treated lumber, if you buy the lumber in bulk and construct the building yourself, you’ll save on costs. Here are some reasons that cedar is such a good building material for outdoor projects. Read More»