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The Agri Supply® Blog

4 Ideas For Getting Started In Beekeeping

Do something sweet for yourself: Give beekeeping a try. Becoming a backyard beekeeper means you’ll help boost pollinators in your area, at least temporarily. In time, you’ll have your own honey source, you’ll learn tons about the fascinating world ... Read More

Time to take inventory of your farm-shop needs

Keep up with your equipment's health. It’s a time-consuming yet necessary task - prepping your farm and equipment for the winter so that you’re ready to roll in the spring. Here’s a guide to the most efficient farm-shop cleanup, from your friends ... Read More

What is the best way to go about garden cleanup?

Here's your comprehensive list for the ultimate garden care this winter. As we assess garden failures and successes this year, you'll see the base for your spring garden emerge in winter. Start a garden journal with your observations and reference ... Read More

Home Workshop Supply Checklist

Everyday home projects don’t require many large, bulky pieces of equipment or buildings full of materials (unless you're into that kind of thing), but having the essentials on hand in your home workshop can make a quick fix or finishing a new ... Read More

5 To-Dos For Tractor Maintenance

Your tractor has been working hard for you all summer - mowing, fertilizing, moving and digging up dirt. It’s spent long days in the sun and has a coat of dust and dirt to show for it. Maintaining your tractor’s maintenance can be quite the task if ... Read More

Trailer Tire Inspection Checklist

When talking about tire inspections, many people think of the trucks and SUVs that keep the work rolling. Making sure the wheels keep turning is important for your work vehicle, but just as important for the equipment you’re carrying behind you. ... Read More

How to replace lawn mower blades

Replacing lawn mower blades isn’t difficult, but you need to know how to do it correctly and safely. We’ll take you through key steps to doing it right. Sharp mower blades cut grass more efficiently, and you won’t have to mow as often. Replacement ... Read More

Tips for Transporting Agricultural Equipment

Planes, trains and automobiles. That’s a list of things that are easy to move. When it comes to agricultural equipment however, moving it more than a cornfield away can be a difficult, costly and a sometimes-dangerous proposition. Whether you’re ... Read More

Selecting the Best Fuel Pump for Sale

Fuel transfer pumps provide the safest and most efficient means of conveying fuel to a desired location. A good fuel transfer tank with pump can deliver gasoline and other liquids quickly, making your fuel transferring tasks that much easier. So, ... Read More About Fuel Pumps

Handy Power Sources on the Farm

Sometimes a source of power is required, but is tough to come by, especially in distant areas on the field. Thankfully, with the help of a 540 PTO gearbox, a 540 PTO shaft, and the right PTO shaft parts, power transmission can be achieved for a ... Read More About Power Sources

Safety with PTO Equipment

The PTO drive shaft on a tractor can distribute the energy required to run PTO-driven tools and machinery. A 540 PTO shaft rotates very fast – much faster than the operator of a PTO-driven implement can move. This potent equipment is extremely ... Read More About PTO Safety

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 About Gardening

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 About PTO Basics

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 About Seasoning Cast Iron

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 About Disc Blade Terminology