Results for pages tagged with "Equipment/Tools"
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Warm weather brings insects and the need to control them on the farm. We have come up with two portable cattle rubs that are effective.
In the last few years, it seems an increasing number of people are getting injured or killed while operating an ATV.
Hot wire is a farm and ranch management tool that can be used to solve recurring problems such as water gaps or high travel areas.
How many times have you been fertilizing and wondered if you were too wide or too close with the pattern the fertilizer rig was throwing? The Noble Research Institute recently purchased a new piece of equipment to alleviate the stress of wondering "Where am I?"
Costs of treating sick cattle have always been a concern for producers. At the Noble Research Institute Pasture Demonstration Farm, we have been using a relatively new implant device from Ballistic Technologies that can shoot an antibiotic bullet into cattle from fifty feet away.
Have you ever been driving down the road and thought about what your vehicle is really costing in gas and repairs?
All-terrain vehicles serve many purposes on Noble Research Institute farms. What questions should you ask yourself before purchasing an ATV?
I bet a lot of you are thinking, "Does this guy know his seasons? It's only March." The reason I think of fall now is because it is a time-sensitive part of the year when winter pasture needs to be established, fertilizer put out, stockers processed, etc.
Bulk feed purchases can help ranchers keep production costs down. This article examines three bulk feed delivery systems used on Noble Research Institute farms.
The Noble Research Institute now has four years of data on the its fleet of ATVs. Here's a look at what it costs to operate these units.