Farming—no matter the scale—requires you to constantly monitor the resources you are putting into the ground to ensure that the harvest growing from it is valuable enough to generate a profit. This includes everything from seeds and fertilizers to the labor you invest in sowing your crops. Water is also an important resource, and it is one that has become increasingly expensive in the last decade or so. Thanks to the long-term droughts occurring in several parts of the country and the increased demand growing population centers impose, many farmers are unable to even access enough water to tend their crops—no matter what they are willing to pay.
19 January 2017
When you think about buying a lawn mower or other lawn equipment for your residential property, you might think about going to your local home and garden store to get it. However, there is a chance that buying commercial equipment might be an even better choice, even if you aren't technically going to be doing any commercial jobs with it. These are a few signs that you should consider buying commercial landscaping equipment for your residential property.
9 January 2017
In farming, skid steers can do dozens of daily chores and tasks and make short work of them. However, it may be difficult to convince farmers to purchase any skid steer attachment online without showing what the attachments can do. Here are a few modern-day sales tricks that can help. Demo Videos Nothing convinces a farmer faster that he/she needs a new skid steer attachment like a demo video. Make sure the demo video is totally relatable.
28 December 2016
If you will be operating a dog-sitting business from your home next summer and would like to make improvements to the fenced-in portion of your backyard in order to provide the dogs in your care with a safe, alluring place to exercise and play, complete the steps below. Once you have finished the project, pets that are dropped off at your home will be provided with a suitable dog park, and each pet's owner may feel more confident about leaving their dog in your care.
15 December 2016
If you are thinking about installing a fence around your property line, you are probably looking forward to adding a bit of safety, security, and privacy to your property. However, one thing that you might be worried about is how your neighbors will react. You might be worried that your neighbors will be bothered by the idea of you installing a fence, but luckily, there are a few ways that you can help prevent that from happening.
12 December 2016