The pitchfork might seem like a farming stereotype, but only because it has earned its place as a hand tool that every farmer should own. Here are a few common uses for pitchforks.
Buying a replacement wheel for a yard cart or wheelbarrow seems simple, but with multiple designs and options available, it helps to know these key measurements before you start.
Some saws might appear the same at first glance, but some key differences make the pruning saw ideal for the job of tricky pruning work.
Spring approaches, but warmer temperatures bring snow and ice, which means shovels, blowers and digging bars are still needed to keep the farm running smoothly.
A large sled can be a great tool for hobby farmers in the winter, allowing transport of heavy loads across ice and snow. Here are tips to help you get the most out of your sled.
If you plan to put in a garden, a soil tiller is a great machine to have in your shed. Here are a few things to consider when shopping for a soil tiller.
If you’re fortunate (and a good woodworker), you can harvest wood to make furniture, flooring, fence posts, tool handles and baseball bats.
A portable electric drill is an essential tool for any hobby farmer. Here are a few less-obvious features to consider when shopping for an electric drill.