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Farm with your feet
When you need the variety and versatility of implements that a tractor can handle but not the size and cost, consider a two-wheeled walk-behind tractor. Joel Dufour is the owner of a Kentucky...
Hitching an implement to the tractor can be dangerous if you're not careful.
Hitching implements to tractors can be a high-risk activity, especially if another person is helping you. Dennis Murphy is a safety specialist at Penn State University. He says accidents often...
Too much side-to-side action could be damaging
Drive down any rural road and you’re likely to see a tractor pulling an implement behind it. I’ve seen some that sway so bad from side-to-side, it could become a safety issue. Older...
Whether you're landscaping, lifting heavy objects or doing chores, these new products will assist you in acreage management.
Attach the BR-S Bucket Rake onto tractors, skid steers and other machines with buckets to create a tool for raking rocks and other debris.
The BR-S is made from tough, A-572 steel for years of trouble free use and comes with 3-inch tine spacing to catch and remove even small rocks. It also features a sturdy bracing bar to spread...
Bridget and Perry Smith are restoring farm implements of yesteryear
Pay a visit to Bridget and Perry Smith’s place in Alleman, Iowa, and you’re likely to hear machinery sounds that are unfamiliar. The Smiths have collected dozens of old farm implements...
Check the air pressure on a regular basis
In this edition of Maintenance Monday, we're answering a question from Cole in South Carolina. He bought a used grain drill to pull behind his utility tractor and had to replace the tires. What...
Be sure to match the load and speed ratings
In this edition of Maintenance Monday, we're answering a question from Adam in Texas. He recently bought some used tillage equipment to pull behind his utility tractor. It looks like he has to...
Take a look behind the scenes and see how tractors are assembled.
The right attachments can turn your tractor into a real workhorse. Here are some must-haves for acreage owners.