Foraging and Farming: Balancing Native, Wild Plants and Agriculture

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Maintaining Your Well Water Supply During Drought

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Drought can be a stressful time for people who depend on wells for water. It is common for people to experience severe water shortages during droughts because the water levels in wells go down. The last thing you want is to have a water shortage or no water for your laundry, dishes and showering. In extreme cases, such as when a dry spell lasts for months, your well can dry up completely. Read More»

Reasons to Opt For Agricultural Water Testing

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When most people think of water testing, they typically assume it is only necessary when the water is being used for human consumption. Although this is a necessity, water testing also plays a major role when it comes to the different agricultural applications it is required for. By not testing your farm water regularly, you could end putting both your crops and livestock at risk. This is because there are a myriad of microbes and other particles that could go unseen to the naked eye. Read More»

What to look for when buying a tractor

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There are many uses for tractors. They can be used to cut the grass, level fields, dig foundations and even clear landslides. A quality tractor will save you valuable time as well as making tasks a lot easier. Whatever you need a tractor for, there are many options to choose from, like at a massey ferguson tractors sale, each with their own advantages and specialities. It can be an overwhelming process trying to identify which tractor is best suited to your needs. Read More»