We’re in southeast Kansas on a mission to restore a pasture where drought-like conditions and livestock grazing have really taken their toll.
We’re seeding a 1/3 of an acre plot in Crimson Clover to see if it can attract honey bees and have a positive impact on honey production.
If you need to clean up tree branches around your property, it can be a daunting task. But outfitted with the right equipment for the job, it’s easy.
If you need to maintain a gravel drive, using a 4-In-1 bucket and land plane is a great way to go about it.
Keeping your property mowed is one thing, but mowing along a roadside and a fence with a ditch in between presents a special challenge.
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Watch how to remove snow three different ways using your tractor and three different implements – a front blade, a rear blade, and a materials bucket.
A landowner in southeast Kansas keeps some cattle in a pasture, but it doesn’t have a water source for them. So, we’re going to install a self-filling livestock water tank, also known as a tire tank.
Without good weed control, you’ll reduce hay and grazing quality. So let’s take a look at the two basic ways to control weeds — mowing and spraying.