As long as you cultivate a crop on your farm, a tractor will be imperative for your farming needs. Nonetheless, while this type of machinery is essential, it is not exactly cheap. Thus, if you bought a tractor years ago when starting your farm, you may not think that you will need a new tractor in the foreseeable future. However, you get to enjoy a myriad of benefits when you choose to upgrade your new tractor.
4 August 2019
Combine harvesters are a common fixture in a large number of agricultural farms. Thanks to their multi-purpose nature, combine harvesters are often a pricey investment for a large number of farmers. As such, farmers who intend to invest in their first combine harvester need to ensure that they choose the best harvester for maximum productivity when the harvest season finally kicks in. Discussed in this article are three factors that a farmer should remember before choosing one harvester over the others.
31 May 2016
Bore pumps are essential for various uses around your farm, including watering livestock and supplying water to your agricultural fields for your irrigation needs, among other purposes. When your farm depends on your well or borehole for water, you have the responsibility to resolve any problems arising in the pumps as well as the entire water system. This means that you have to look for possible signs of problems in your pumps.
20 January 2016
People who cultivate the land for food have to first undertake procedures to allow them to discover the trace elements in a water supply below their land. This can have an impact on the type and variety of food that the land can be used for. In most cases, a sample of the water will be presented to a laboratory for analysis. The analysis will typically include a breakdown of all the trace elements in that particular sample.
15 May 2015
If you need to do any type of drilling for water such as installing a new well on your property, you need to call a professional to handle this job. It's a common mistake for homeowners to think they can simply dig and brace up their own well, and very often this leads to making the job harder and even more expensive down the road. Consider a few reasons for this, as well as why you should always have a professional company dig a well on your property.
17 February 2015