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Successful Farming Engine Man Ray Bohacz has engine grease and field dirt under his fingernails from a life spent repairing vehicles and running a farm. When he’s not busy in the shop, he's working on maintenance articles and videos for Successful Farming magazine and answering questions from readers. The following is a letter the Engine Man received from Bruce Whitaker:
Successful Farming Magazine's Engine Man, Ray Bohacz, provide advise on roller chain maintenance
Successful Farming's Engine Man answers a reader's question trying to explain why engine alternators burn out.
The Engine Man urges a reader to have his diesel fuel tested to determine the source of sludge that is fouling up their fuel filters.
Successful Farming Engine Man Ray Bohacz has engine grease and field dirt under his fingernails from a life spent repairing vehicles and running a farm. When he's not busy in the shop, he's working on maintenance articles and videos for Successful Farming magazine and answering questions from readers. The following is a letter Bohacz received from Michael Savage:
See some of the major features from the latest issue of Successful Farming!
Successful Farming's Engine Man, Ray Bohacz, discusses maintaining stored fuel quality and how to handle biodiesel
Farmers are spending a lot of time in the field right now. And, a smartphone or digital (or both) is probably not far from the steering wheel. Here are some "faces in the cab" shot by farmers from the cab of their tractor, truck or combine.
For 50 years, the National Farm Machinery Show has been the arena where ag manufacturers launch game-changing products. The 2015 show was no different.
A slow-moving storm system continued to bring beneficial rainfall to sections of the Midwest the past 24 hours. For the 24 hours ending at 7:00 AM CDT on Thur. most significant rain amounts, in the 0.40 to 1.00" range, fell in parts of southern NE, northeastern KS, the far northwestern corner of MO, from parts of far southwestern into sections of central and eastern IA, far northwestern IL, far southwestern WI, far southern MN, southeastern and parts of east-central SD, and parts of far northwestern IA.