The best time to over seed a large lawn is in the fall, while the soil is still warm, the nights are cool, and the chances for rain are better than they are in the summer.
Who would say no to an easy way to get more production from pasture edges? The perfect solution is to use a shank ripper.
You can eliminate soil compaction, which can be caused by a variety of practices around many kinds of properties, by using a shank ripper.
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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