Beyond Tractors: A Comprehensive Blog about Agricultural Supplies and Accessories

Dairy Farming: Two Ways to Reduce Animal’s Stress Levels

If you have recently started to dairy farm, you will no doubt want to keep your cows as happy and healthy as possible. Below is a guide to steps you can take which will help you to keep your dairy herd in great condition. Reduce the amount of stress the animals feel Stress can have a big impact on the health of your cows and the quality of the milk they produce. Read More 

Five Safety Tips to Protect Your Teen or Tween When They Mow Your Yard

If you think your tween or teen is finally ready to start mowing the lawn, there are a few safety precautions you should keep in mind. Mowing the lawn can be dangerous, but with the right tips, you can minimise danger. Here are some ideas to guide you: 1. Insist on safety gear. Before you child starts mowing the yard, make sure he or she is outfitted with the appropriate safety gear. Read More 

Ways To Keep Your Water Tank Clean

Maintaining the cleanliness of water tanks can be challenging and a puzzle for many people. Commercial-size tanks and large storage tanks for home use can accumulate a lot of dirt in a short time, especially if they are not managed properly. Find out how to clean your water tank and prevent dirt build-up.  Check Critical Places Regularly There are critical areas in a water storage system that can eliminate most worries if checked regularly to prevent water pollution and dirt build up. Read More 

Radiators and New Air Conditioning Systems

Most people living in old houses are challenged by air conditioning. Which is the appropriate way to install air conditioning in a home that had radiators? The challenge arises because radiators were not installed with ductwork. Getting new air conditioning systems will require you to chip and tear through roofs, ceilings and walls to fit the necessary ductwork. Many people completely eliminate the radiators and replace entirely with a different system. Read More 

Simple Lawn Care Tips for When Water Supplies Run Low

If you're facing a drought or a water shortage for any reason, you still want to preserve your lawn and garden as much as possible. A few simple tips and investment in some pieces you can use to collect water can help you do just that, so that your lawn and garden don't wither even when water supplies run low: 1. Reuse gray water from home Gray water can be water from the washing machine rinse cycle, bathtubs, and bathroom sinks. Read More