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Farm life and work come with storage needs. On a daily basis, you will use a wide array of tools, machinery, grain, fertiliser, hay, and much more. These assets are vital to a functioning farm, and will need to be stored accordingly.
When your job involves being outside, especially in the agricultural business, climate and weather are your most significant daily concerns. Both seasonal and regional variability in weather directly influence your crop yield potential, and should be planned for as much as possible.
Statistics show that roughly 40% of people have experienced some amount of financial loss because of procrastination. With the end of the financial year just around the bend, it's important that you save some time, money, and hassle by beating the end of financial year rush and ordering your new ...
As a farmer you are a unique man. Connected to the land, possibly back through generations, you must also be a savvy businessman. You have taken on the responsibility for the future enterprise and you must also evaluate necessary improvements and changes.
As we say goodbye to May and the driest autumn in 8 years, everyone is a bit uneasy about the lack of rain. It is reported that, if it doesn’t rain by the end of June, billions of dollars will be lost on this year’s crop.
Building a steel shed for your farm comes with several considerations. On the one hand, you need a reliable construction to store your hay, materials, and more. On the other hand, you need to make sure that the price, timeline, and quality of the shed meets your needs and requirements. Fortunately, ...
You are considering buying a farm shed and, as is always the case when you make a major investment in the future of your property, the main question on your mind is the price. You want a cheap farm shed, but you also want a quality piece of infrastructure that will give you a good return on your ...
You need a new farm shed, but you don't have the budget to get the most expensive product on the market. At the same time, you realise that the cheapest option will probably come with additional costs in maintenance and upkeep. How do you find the balance between the two extremes?
Caring for and maintaining the quality of your harvest is a key part to the ongoing success of your farming operations, and part of that is ensuring that your assets remain secure and out of the elements. A hay shed, for example, is and should be a crucial part of your maintenance plan.
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