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Farmers often grow hay and forage crops on ground too rough, steep or unsuitable for row crops.
This means it’s especially important to prepare fields and machines for safe use.
Remove stumps, stones and foreign objects, or mark them clearly to prevent upsets, breakdowns or dangerous driving situations.
We are all familiar with the old saying that “Good fences make good neighbors.”
Although this is true in most cases, other benefits must not be overlooked.
Good fences also make “good grazers.” There are many schools of thought on fencing techniques; however, they all have the same goal – to effectively control animals.
The economical use of original high-quality cutting components and wear parts can be considerably improved by proper maintenance and handling.
The available performance potential of the entire machine is negatively influenced by inadequate maintenance and handling.In the agricultural sector, chopping and harvesting are the tasks which require the most energy. Chopping corn and wilted grass are on top of the list.
Spring is a good time for corn and soybean growers to calibrate sprayers to avoid wasting money and applying the wrong amount of pesticides, says an Ohio State University agricultural engineer.
Approximately 66-77 percent of all growers who spray pesticides spray too much or too little, which not only can waste money, but also cause crop losses, said Erdal Ozkan.
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