Tractor, backhoe, baler, plow, harrows, seed drill—learn the basic principles and pricing of 24 pieces of farm equipment to gauge where you should invest.
This fall, put your hay wagon to good use and invite friends and family to participate in a fun (and surprisingly practical) apple harvest hayride.
A DIY attitude can carry hobby farmers a long way, but for projects such as tree removal, hiring a professional can save a lot of time and effort.
A portable hay moisture tester can help if you bale your own hay. It accurately measures moisture content and temperature, which can be crucial.
A stonemason’s hammer is used for breaking and shaping rock, brick and other hard materials. I didn’t realize I needed one until I found a used one for $1.
Most tractors include a toolbox. Here are some common tools compact and versatile enough to keep you ready for various jobs you might encounter.