A Guide to Buying Stock Feed

Livestock farming, especially cattle farming, is a very important and profitable business, and one of the largest industries in the country. Cattle products are very valuable, ranging from milk products, meat products and leather, whereas sometimes the horns and hooves may also be used to make hair products and pet foods. Interestingly, even the blood from the cattle may be used to make blood meal. The point is, if you are a cattle farmer, you have a variety of customers, whose demand you have to meet to be successful. [Read More]

Keeping Your Grass Green

Maintaining the quality of your lawn is no easy task, especially when the weather can reach soaring temperatures that quickly dry out the soil. However there are a number of simple methods you can use to ensure that your grass stays green, thick and healthy. Whether you use Husqvarna lawn mowers, a hand push mower or simply a pair of shears, these tips are designed to be easy to follow and quick to implement. [Read More]

A Preparation Guide for Installation of Your Rainwater Tank

So you've decided to buy a rainwater tank to do your bit for the environment and save you money. You've bought and paid for the tank and now need to get ready for the installation. It is a large delivery and not as straightforward as receiving a parcel. You'll have some responsibility for ensuring that the tank can be delivered and that installation can take place without any hiccups. This guide will help you work out what you need to do to achieve a smooth delivery and installation. [Read More]

Don't Overlook These Features When Choosing a Silage Wagon

A silage wagon can be a necessity for farming and harvesting, as they are meant to hold grain and feed. There are a number of different types of silage wagons you can choose, with a variety of features and options. When you're ready to shop for a silage wagon, note a few of these features so you ensure you choose the best type for your particular application. 1. Carrying capacity [Read More]