By definition, the surface of your gravel driveway is made of loose stone, and over time, some of that loose stone will get pushed off leading to erosion. Let it go too long and you’ll have a repair project on your hands.
This project about how to plow and till a vegetable garden area that’s never been plowed before.
A new season of work is coming up. So here are some tips for taking your compact tractor out of storage and getting it ready for work.
It’s not easy to tear out a fence row. But when a wire fence has outlived its purpose, it needs to be taken out, fence posts and all.
There’s more to knowing how to spear a large round bale the right way than meets the eye.
If you’ve got cattle, you’ve got manure. And that manure is something you’ve got to clean out, pile up, let dry, and spread as fertilizer.
Being able to repair ruts or tire tracks around your property is a handy skill to have. Because no matter how soft your tractor seat might be, dealing with a bumpy ride while doing your work can be a real pain in the . . . seat.
Here’s one of the project ideas Jeremy and Corie Unruh sent us. Watch how to use a John Deere 3038E Compact Utility Tractor, a 370B Backhoe, and a 61-inch Materials Bucket to install a drywell.
Watch and learn how to fill your loader bucket with a full scoop of material every time.