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Scrape off the dirt before you put them away for the season
When I’m done with the gardening season I tend to put the tools away and forget about them till next spring – and then I have to scrape off the dirt when I’m ready to use them again...
In the right conditions, a bottle of oil can stay good for years
Occasionally, a farm store will have a good deal on motor oil and it’s not a bad idea to stock up to save money. But, you may be wondering about the shelf life of oil, and the best way to store...
Make some money from your empty outbuildings
If you have a building on your land that’s sitting empty, make some money by renting it out for storage. People are always looking for places to put things they don’t have the room for...
Some places are better than others for battery storage
Many of you take the batteries out of lawn tractors, boats, and other equipment to store for the winter. Somebody told me once that you can't store a deep-cycle lead-acid battery on...
Without proper organization, your shed, barn, or garage can quickly become a cluttered mess. These tips help ensure there's a place for everything, so you can keep everything in its place!
Justin Parchman's Texas shop is the winner of the Best Feature category in the Living the Country Life Top Shops contest, sponsored by Morton Buildings.
Justin Parchman's shop was built with these specialty features in mind: 1. Safety flex air system, and rolling table and tool box. 2. Tig welder and welding station. 3. Overall clean...
Richard Hancock of Wisconsin won the category Best Shop Office with his shop entry in the Living the Country Life Top Shops contest, sponsored by Morton Buildings. His shop was also chosen by popular...
Keep foods from spoiling or becoming potentially dangerous with these recommended refrigerator and freezer storage times.
Try these fun DIY projects with different glass jars just in time for summer!
Keep it covered and dry
Every year, producers have concerns about storing large round hay bales and how to reduce spoilage. Round bales usually suffer greater losses than smaller rectangular bales because they tend to stay...