For a show-stopping shine that helps your tractor stand out in a crowd, there’s nothing like a base coat of clear-coat finish.
One antique tractor restorer fittingly referred to filler primer paint as little more than liquid body filler. And that’s not far from the truth.
One of the biggest frustrations with any restoration is a rusted bolt that refuses to budge. But do not fear, we have some relatively simple fixes for stubborn bolts.
If you're repainting a classic tractor, it's important to pick the right type of primer before you begin painting. There are many to choose from.
Follow these strategies for irrigating alfalfa when water access is limited.
Ponds can back up slow wells or fill in irrigation water when an aquifer or river isn’t available nearby.
Today, you can purchase everything from remanufactured engines and driveline components to starters, hydraulic motors, fuel injectors, and even reman mower conditioner gearboxes. You’ll save 20% to 40% compared with buying new. Reman parts come with impres
Joe Vak believes rotational grazing makes more money than corn.
Root Demand Irrigation fares well in farmer fields.
Innovative center pivot accessories, including the Bender30, wrap span and drop span systems, offer the opportunity to add irrigated acres.