Cattle Equipment Tips: 4 Cattle Chute Features To Avoid

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Cattle chutes are designed to safely load and unload cattle. But the safety of the chute is dependent on the design of the chute, the quality of its manufacture, and how well it’s been maintained. There are a few features that can pose safety issues to your cattle. You should make sure to avoid these features when choosing your cattle equipment.   Round Bar Panels You might not realize that the shape of the bars on bar panels can affect the safety of your animals, but it certainly can.…

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Whitetail Deer Food Plot Success

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There are a few variables that will determine whether or not crops will grow well or if whitetail deer will visit your property. Food plot management should include picking a variety of seed types, using natural pest control methods, and cultivating the land. Fruit, Vegetable, And Grain Seeds Outline where you would like to grow each crop type. Whitetail deer favor a variety of fruits, vegetables, and grains. Most berry types grow on bushes.…

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Don't Let It Lose Its Luster: How To Protect Your New Tractor

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If you’ve invested a lot of money into that new tractor, the last thing you want is to have it fall apart on you. Unfortunately, if you’re not taking proper care of your tractor, that’s exactly what can happen to it. You might not realize this, but your tractor needs routine maintenance and repair as much as your family car does; maybe more. Here are four simple yet effective steps you can take to extend the life of your new tractor.…

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