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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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Changes come hard to most of us … no surprise there. Mention changes involving “engine emissions,” and the growls get even louder – and with some good reasons, I might add. Of course, changes are nothing new under the sun when it comes to engines and emissions standards.

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Farmers understand the urgency to get seed in the ground as soon as the planting window opens. That’s why it’s important during winter to make sure your planter is mechanically sound and ready for spring planting to avoid costly downtime for repairs.

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The growing, harvesting and storage of high-quality forage is often considered an artwork – the meticulous time spent perfecting fertility levels, cutting at the peak time, drying to appropriate moisture, gathering into a flawless package and storing in a prime location.

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Since the first small two-wheel-drive tractors were introduced here in the rugged mountain country of central Idaho, we have worked to enhance the traction and lower the center of gravity of our farm and ranch tractors.

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After real estate and livestock, machinery and equipment is most likely your biggest investment. Machinery and equipment replacement can have a heavy impact on your farm’s bottom line.

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If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, then spending a little time on forage harvester maintenance this winter will pay off handsomely come next season. A well-tuned self-propelled harvester will result in fewer repairs, less downtime, better forage quality and fuel savings.

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