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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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Getting the hay crop in the mow
Putting up hay in the mid-1800s was both time and labor-intensive. When the crop was in blossom at its peak food value, it would be cut by men swinging giant swaths with their scythes.

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A new year is already in full swing and winter is moving along. Soon it will be time to start irrigation for the upcoming crop season.

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Combines have been monitoring yield since the mid-90s. Back then, forage yield monitoring was still in development.

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Do you know how to tell if your battery is going to work at its best during the cold weather?

Do you know if the current battery on your equipment needs to be replaced?

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Corn growers are constantly looking for ways to maximize profit. Planter condition is one of the most controllable variables that influence profitability.

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Tractors are a primary source of work-related injury on farms, however, not all of the injuries happen while the tractor is being used for work.

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