As the seasons change and winter approaches, it’s time to store your harvest equipment for the cold months ahead. Set yourself up for next year’s success by servicing your combine and header and scheduling your post-harvest inspection.
You can’t make hay while the sun shines if your baler is out of commission. Make sure to properly inspect, repair and store your baler this fall so you’re ready for a productive hay season next year.
As winter sets in and equipment gets stored away after a productive harvest, machine inspections should be top of mind. While checking equipment for updates and repairs should be done routinely throughout the year, a proper post-season inspection from your local dealer can help you get a jump-start on the busy year ahead.
At the end of a long harvest season, your equipment — and batteries — have been put to the test. Now that winter is on its way, it pays to properly store your batteries so you can avoid potential failures and start the planting season at peak efficiency come spring.
Equipment maintenance runs deeper than changing fluids and filters or tightening chains and belts. As you work to get your tractors, planters and tillage tools field-ready, remember that a little touch-up work or a whole new paint job can help preserve the longevity and value of your equipment.
If winter hasn’t found its way to your farm yet, you likely know all too well that it’s only a matter of time. And if you haven’t had the chance to prepare for winter’s worst, here are some important considerations.
How you store your hay equipment is as important as how you store your hay. Be it the hay or the equipment that helped make it, proper storage protects its value and helps it last longer. Winterize your equipment now, and it will be ready to make hay next spring.
Ready or not, hay-feeding season is fast approaching. The time to prepare is now, before temperatures plummet and the snow flies. A few basic steps can help you ease feeding and make the most of this important feedstuff.
You’ve worked hard all year to keep your farm running at peak productivity, and now you’re getting ready for the winter. Make sure your productivity extends into the way you winterize your machines, so the equipment you operate can keep up with winter temperatures and equipment that is stored for the winter can hit the…
It’s hard to believe when it’s below freezing outside that spring will be here before we know it. Here are some productivity ideas that can help you make the most of the season’s rapidly closing window: