Why Buy a Farm Rainwater Tank With a Water Level Gauge?

While all rainwater tanks collect water, some tanks have more useful features or accessories than others. If you're looking to put a larger tank on your farm, say to irrigate fields or to water livestock, then there are some features that will make your working life easier. For example, it's worth considering buying a tank that comes with a fitted water level gauge or fitting this accessory to a plain tank. Read More 

3 Reasons to Use a Flail Mower Attachment to Clear Farm Land

Tractor and excavator attachments help you do a variety of jobs on your farm. You can use them for everyday tasks or for larger, one-off jobs. For example, if you want to clear an overgrown area to get it ready for livestock or planting, then choosing the right attachments helps you clear and prepare the ground quickly. A flail mower is a useful option on this kind of job. Why should you use this kind of mower? Read More 

Using Fertiliser On Your Lawn: A Guide

Having a nice lawn on your property provides you with a place where you can sit in the sun, play with your children and entertain friends. However, sometimes a lawn will require some additional care and attention. The best way to support the growth of your lawn is to use fertiliser. Below is a guide to everything you need to know about using garden fertiliser. Choosing a fertiliser There are different types of lawn fertiliser on the market which each have their own qualities. Read More 

Wet or Dry? Choosing the Right Food for Your Dog

The number of dog food brands available is astounding, so it can be very difficult to work out what's best for your pet. Whether you're a new owner or you're reconsidering the food you've been giving your dog for a while, the decision on the ideal feed is made difficult by the sheer choice on offer. Once you've narrowed down a few brands, the next thing to decide is whether you're going to use a wet, tinned food or a dry kibble. Read More 

Upgrading to a ride-on lawn mower with smart attachments for your hobby farm

If you have a large property such as a hobby farm, it can make sense to upgrade to a ride-on lawn mower. Not only can this help you to mow your lawn, but you can also buy a range of attachments that make the work of gardening much easier and more enjoyable.  Here are some ideas to get you started.  Trays for tools and animal feed One of the simplest upgrades is a large tray at the back of the mower which can carry items such as tools or waste bins so that you can take small branches or green waste back to the house. Read More