Planters and seeders perform the same function for different crops. Here’s what you need to know to use the machines safely and at maximum efficiency.
For some tasks, such as heavy mowing or plowing, full throttle is necessary, but for many others, less throttle saves fuel and also creates less noise.
Is the latest always the greatest? Not necessarily, when it comes to tractors. A restored Massey Ferguson 135 shows that old tractors still have use on hobby farms.
Does mowing in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction really matter? It could, depending on the length of the grass that you have to mow.
A tractor attachment, a picker’s apron, noise-canceling headphones and a reflective horse collar are among items our editors found.
As winter approaches, it’s time for hobby farmers to prepare their equipment and tools for cold weather. Here a simple to-do list to help you get started.
Although using a three-point hitch can be frustrating, farmers everywhere should be thankful for the advantages offered by this standardized feature.