Three Essential Tools for Life on a Small Farm

With so many options in farm equipment for sale to choose from, which tools do most farmers deem truly essential? Even with daily advances in agricultural science, the answer tends to remain the same. Though the types of equipment may vary, the ... Read More


Is It Time to Upgrade Your Farming Equipment?

Farming today has more diverse methods and innovations in equipment and parts than ever, with an added focus on rapidity and efficiency. Any experienced farmer will tell you, however, that speed without precision is useless – you also have to have ... Read More


Late Summer or Fall Gardening

We have reached the middle of the year and many gardens and farms have already harvested or are being harvested now. So, what do we do with the rest of the garden now? Why not enter the "second season" of gardening? July and August are great months ... Read More



Lawnmower Maintenance Tips for Lasting Success

Too many of us have had the experience of preparing for the task of mowing, only to discover that our mower will not start, or that it isn't in optimum working condition. This often happens because we've neglected to provide the maintenance ... Read More


Box Blades: How Might One Make Your Work Easier?

If you have a tractor, you probably know how much can be accomplished by having the right implements and attachments. The most basic machinery can, in fact, accomplish some of the toughest work when you know how to use it well. A tough, quality, ... Read More



Custer's LED Technology Lights the Way

Custer Products' range of high-performance lights most frequently utilize light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to achieve bright beam patterns, while keeping energy usage to a minimum. LED's have been around for decades, so why are they suddenly so popular ... Read More



PTO Basics

So, you bought a tractor, have some land and now ready to get the Earth ready for planting. The PTO shaft is a very important piece of equipment for your tractor, as transport power from the tractor to the equipment behind the tractor. ... Read More



How to Measure Lawn Mower Blades

What are some of the signs that it might be time to replace your lawn mower blade? If the mower is not cutting well or skipping spots, it's probably time. For mowers with more than one blade, you may notice that you don't seem to get the full ... Read More


Handy Tools and Tips for Maintaining Your Tractor

Before you start to consider tractor attachments and tractor accessories for sale, think about the state of your current equipment. You want to be sure tractor attachments for gardening and tractor attachment parts are attached to equipment that's ... Read More


Top Six Tractor Attachments to Make Your Life Easier

You'd be surprised to learn how many tractor attachments are available for sale. There are parts and attachments available to make your tractor useful in hundreds of ways you may not have even imagined. And while it's great to have all these ... Read More


Keulavator™ for Cultivating

The Keulavator™ is a category 1 cultivator frame that allows you to hill, shape, ridge, and bed your garden or farm. During the phase of tilling before planting, this cultivator can be used with a number of attachments like sweeps, hillers, ... Read More




How to Season Cast Iron

Cast Iron typically receives its share of wear and tear. Skillets, Dutch Ovens, Griddles, and Pots can get rusty over time but can easily be brought back to life with seasoning. If you have just recently purchased some cast iron cookware, you can ... Read More


Disc Blade Terminology & Usage

Disc blades, or disc harrow blades, are used to till soil before planting crops or at the end of the season to chop up the unwanted remainders. The main types of disc harrow blades are notched disc blades and plain disc blades, distinguished by the edge of the blade ... Read More


How to Make Your Own Poultry Waterer

The following instructions will show you how to build a vertical waterer. This waterer can be used in a simple or complex watering system. Through a series of PVC piping, you can connect your waterer to a 5 gallon bucket, small holding tank or a water hose ... Read More