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2011 Farm Tools and Equipment

Check out new products on the market in 2011 that can help you carry your farm workload.


The Hobby Farms editors attended the 2010 Green Industry and Equipment Expo, in Louisville, Ky., to get a look at some new and upcoming equipment that should make work on the farm a little easier. Browse the slideshow for some of the items that caught our eye.

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Is there any info on these tools?
Derek, CHICAGO, IL
Posted: 1/29/2012 7:57:35 AM
My husband and I both enjoy your magazine. I do have to agree about more info for the suburbanites that have escaped to the country. We are learning as we go and appreciate the tips we glean from your articles. Thanks for a nicely rounded publication that we all can enjoy.
Bonnie, Stoutland, MO
Posted: 12/17/2010 2:34:30 PM
I think this is probably the best magazine for the Hobby Farmer. They do not excellent job on articles which are sometimes to short and I have noticed what seems to me to be more advertisements which I know equals more revenue for the magazine. I would like to see more articles on equipment and would like to see the review be on equipment that can be used on Tractors under 40 Horsepower. Not just compact tractors. The pricing is very close and this is what the Farm World does. Also, maybe some information on best Used Equipment, similiar to Consumer Reports on Used Cars.
Gary, Syracuse, NY
Posted: 12/16/2010 6:55:58 AM
you all do a pretty good job for the hobby farmer...but rarely have I seen a comparision of tractors both subcompact and compact...there are so many choices...and the prices are everywhere.....also...equipment in general is lacking...and if there are others like me who have moved to "the farm" after all the years in subdivisions.....that kind of info would be helpful or perhaps a website...I have heard something about the university of nebraska...but havent had any success locating that info
george, hillsboro, mo, MO
Posted: 12/15/2010 12:13:47 PM
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