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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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We are overwhelmed with convenience, yet we want more. It seems that in our big-data world, people are constantly looking for more information in less time and with fewer steps.

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Proper seed-to-soil contact is paramount. Your planting equipment should be maintained and in proper order to have successful seeding applications for proper stands.

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A theme is well-established from the equipment innovations found at Mt. Pony Farms in Culpeper, Virginia. Doing more with less labor is a big motivator for the Inskeep family when it comes to farm equipment modifications.

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Just as no two farms or ranches are alike, the same can be said for rough terrain vehicles (RTV) and utility terrain vehicles (UTV). Capabilities can vary greatly depending on the manufacturer and engine type and, because of this, it’s critical to do your homework before purchasing a new vehicle.

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Commercial bale stackers can save valuable time during the busy hay-harvesting season, but the cost associated with retail equipment can often be prohibitive to many farmers. Faced with this dilemma, Washington farmer Rick Berens came up with a novel solution – he built his own bale stacker from scratch.

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Baleage has gained enormous popularity in the humid (north-central and northeast) and wet (south-central and southeast) regions of the U.S. In areas where hay drydown is a challenge, the option to place wet hay in a sealed bag provides more flexibility for hay crop storage.

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