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Buying new hay or silage equipment? Having maintenance issues? Want to learn equipment tips to increase efficiency? We can help with your equipment decisions.

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After a long season in the cab of a forage harvester, the winter months are an ideal time to inspect your machine and identify any parts that need to be repaired or replaced.

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Uniform is not the first word that comes to mind with soils. Interactions among climate, biology and parent material over time drive soil properties and processes.

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It’s commonly assumed by farmers and ag professionals who look up fuel use data for field operations that fuel use improves over time as newer equipment is used.

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When looking into upgrading your mower, one of the biggest questions to answer is what type of conditioning system is right for your operation?

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For years, my colleagues and I have been preaching the benefits of cutting our area’s cool-season grass lawns at 4 inches to improve lawn health and control weeds. On the farm, the same logic holds. Leaving more stubble in our hay fields can have similar results.

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A utility vehicle purchase for your property can make chores a bit easier to tackle, and can help you to simply get around your farm faster. But, with all the options on the market today, it can be an overwhelming task to narrow down your choices. With a little guidance from Kubota – the best-selling diesel utility vehicle manufacturer in North America since 20041 – you will be well on your way to choosing the right vehicle for your property wants and needs.

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