3 Inspection Areas that Farmers Forget to Check when Buying Second-Hand Tractors

When preparing to replace an aging tractor with a used one, farmers usually have a good idea of the machine they need. However, while knowing what you require is critical when buying a second-hand tractor, proper examination of a prospective tractor is essential. For example, most farmers fail to conduct a thorough inspection of used tractors during purchase. Therefore, this article highlights critical inspection areas when buying a second-hand tractor. Read More 

Harrowing: Various Kinds of Disc Harrows You Can Use on Your Tractor

When planting wheat, one thing that can adversely affect seed germination is the quality of ploughing. Seeds planted underneath large clogs of soil may find it hard to penetrate to the surface, making your wheat grow in patches. However, you can easily sort this problem by harrowing. The purpose of harrowing is to smooth the soil by grinding the large blocks into fine soil particles to promote seed germination. You can use disc harrows for the harrowing process. Read More 

3 Tips to Keep your Centrifugal Bore Pump in Perfect Working Condition

Bore pumps offer countless benefits to homeowners with unreliable water supply. Installing them ensures round-the-clock fresh water supply, and they can be run efficiently by powering the pump with solar panels rather than electricity. Understanding how a bore pump works is important to be able to keep it functioning properly. The following tips will help you learn more about your centrifugal bore pump and best practices that will extend its usable life and save you a ton of money in premature repairs. Read More 

3 Reasons Why You Should Test Your Farming Water Periodically

Water testing is not just important where drinking water is concerned. Water tests should also be carried out for water meant for agricultural uses as well. If you are farming, whether on a small scale or large scale, this article brings to light the importance of agricultural water tests: Protect the health of your livestock Livestock, just like humans can react negatively to contaminants in your borehole or tank water. They are especially susceptible to bacteria. Read More