Farm Equipment

What are the Different Types of Farm Vehicle Insurance

How To Get Farm Truck Insurance?

Just like a regular car, it is usually necessary to have insurance for your farm truck. To qualify for farm truck insurance, you’ll have to fulfill the necessary criteria set out by your insurer. This typically means that only a low amount of personal usage is allowed. Do Agricultural Vehicles Need Insurance? When finding out … Read more

What Keeps Mice Out of Trucks

How To Keep Mice Out Of A Farm Truck?

Mice love finding cozy, safe places to nest, and to them, a truck can seem like a great place to make a home. It’s dark, there are lots of small, mouse-sized spaces, it’s protected from the elements, and predators can’t get in. Often food sources are available in the truck or at least close by, … Read more

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Who Can Drive A Farm Truck?

Who can drive a farm truck and where they can drive it differs from State to State. It is necessary to check the individual legislation where you live. For the most part, anyone whose main job is running a farm or who lives on a farm and is related to the owner of the vehicle, … Read more

Do Agricultural Vehicles Need Insurance

How To Register Your Truck As A Farm Truck?

The exact regulations for registering your truck as a farm truck may differ by state. It is necessary to always confirm precisely what the rules are where you live. Farm use license plates aren’t only restricted to trucks, they can also include tractors, trailers, and other large farm machinery. What is Considered a Farm Truck? … Read more

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What To Do With An Old Farm Truck?

Let’s be honest, they just don’t make things the way they used to. New trucks can cost a fortune and have many electronic components which often go wrong and require a computer technician rather than a motor mechanic to repair. Older, solidly built trucks without all the razzle-dazzle technology of today can seem almost indestructible … Read more

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How To Buy A Used Farm Truck?

I always dread buying new vehicles and find the whole thing quite stressful. What if it’s a pile of junk? What if I spend way more than I should? Over the years, I’ve learned that the best way to avoid the pitfalls is to do your research. Decide exactly what you’re looking for and know … Read more

Baling Hay By Hand With A DIY Mini Hay Baler

How To Make A Mini Hay Baler?

Making your own mini hay baler that can be operated without anything but a little elbow grease is a great way to store hay more efficiently than loose stacks. Mechanical balers cost thousands of dollars and require other heavy equipment to operate, including the tractor, mower, and rake. If you aren’t making hay on tens … Read more

What is a Wheelbarrow

The Wheelbarrow: User Guide

The wheelbarrow has been in existence for several thousands of years. Designed as a simple hand cart, they are used to simplify the moving of items without the need of mechanical means all around the world, and remain popular today. In this article, we will learn more about the humble wheelbarrow and its ancient roots. … Read more

What are Secateurs Used For

Secateurs And Pruning Shears {A User Guide}

Secateurs, pruning shears, anvil pruners, or just plain pruners are a small hand tool, used for cutting stems, stalks, and branches. They are popular with gardeners, arboriculturists, plant nursery workers, farmers, flower arrangers, and conservationists who require a sharp, precision cutting tool.  What are Secateurs Used For? Secateurs are used for trimming plants such as … Read more

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