Most large farms know that the right equipment is essential to get important agricultural jobs done right, and to get them done on time. Time is money, right?
Real work demands quality equipment. Agriculture equipment – including square and round balers, combine harvesters, time-saving planters and irrigation equipment (just to name a few) help make your farm jobs a little bit easier.
Often farming chores are very time sensitive. Leaving a cut crop of hay out in a field without baling it leaves it at the mercy of destructive weather; sun can dry it out, wind might blow it away and rain is your worst enemy once the crop is harvested. Investing in a baler, round or square, will save you money and plenty of potential frustration.
If you sell hay, you certainly don’t want to lose out on profits; timely, secure storage of the crop is important. Even if you have a small farm, you might think about using an acre or two to plant your own hay and alfalfa. A square baler might seem like a bit of an investment at first, but consider how much you’ll save if you don’t have to buy forage from an outside source!
Farm planters save significant time and certainly cut down on the wear and tear to your body. Investing in a planter is a great idea if you’ve been relying strictly on manual labor to get larger crops into the ground. Irrigation equipment and combine harvesters are other items that really help if you have several acres to work on.
Of course, farms large and small have to have a quality, well built tractor! With their high torque, low speed performance, tractors serve many purposes and are pretty much worth their weight in gold. Whether you’re hauling, tilling or towing, a tractor is needed for farming success on any scale.
Depend on the right farm equipment to get your farm jobs done.