Farm

Folks often have the tendency to judge tire quality purely on the shape their tires are in, tread-wise. While this is often a good indicator of the condition your tire is in, there is another issue tires can face that doesn’t necessarily show in the tread. Dry rot. Dry rot’s biggest causes are from vehicle… Read More


Farmers and ranchers are some of the hardest workers out there. However, for as hard of workers as farmers and ranchers are, their equipment works even harder. Tractors and farm equipment are subject to much abuse from the rugged and demanding conditions of dry, dirty and untamed fields. Tractors deserve to be taken care of… Read More


The sometimes-rough conditions of rural farm fields present many hazards for the tires on your tractors and farm equipment. There are the odd rocks and debris as well as critters can rough up your tires. However, many farmers will agree that one of the most dangerous things can run into on the farm is stubble.… Read More


It may be grey, cold and snowy right now – but spring and planting season will be here before you know it. Now is the time to begin making sure your vital farm vehicles ready to hit the field so you can get a good start on the season. Any delays can cost you time.… Read More


This time of year, families all over the country travel for the holidays. It’s all “over the river and through the woods, to grandmother’s house we go!” However, a lot of times “over the river and through the woods” is quite literal. Driving on rural roads can be treacherous, whether the weather is on your… Read More


Here in the Midwest, and anywhere else for that matter, there is no more important piece of equipment for a farmer or anyone working in agriculture than their tractor. It’s the tireless workhorse, capable of doing or assisting multiple important jobs around the farm. So, it should go without saying that it’s crucial to keep… Read More