Should You Have Wells Drilled On Your Farmland? What To Consider

Whether you've recently inherited a family farm operation or you've decided to buy one of your own, one of the things that you need to give careful consideration to is your water source. This is true whether you're producing crops, raising livestock, or both. It's in your best interest to give careful consideration to your current water supply and then discuss the possibility of agricultural well drilling to ensure adequate and sustainable water on your property. Read More 

How Logging Has Changed And How Your Business Can Benefit From It

Logging has been a vital part of North America's industry for hundreds of years. While a lot has changed in that time period, logging still remains an important part of America's current exports and will long into the future. If you are considering getting into the logging job market, or simply want to know how logging can help your company, then there are a few key points you should understand about modern logging. Read More 

5 Things You Need Know About Using Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer

If you've recently started a small commercial farm, you may be wondering if there's any real benefit to using organic nitrogen fertilizer or if you should simply stick with the conventional variety. You may be asking yourself if it really matters if plant nutrients come from an organic or chemical source. While nitrogen is an essential component of optimal health for the vast majority of agricultural crops, many experts believe that organic nitrogen fertilizer is more efficient than its chemical counterpart in a variety of ways. Read More 

Starting Up A New Farm? 2 Tips To Increase The Chances Of Healthy Crops

If you are starting up a new farm and plan to plant a lot of crops, this can be a huge waste of time and money if the crops do not grow well. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help increase the chances of everything being healthy.  Use an Electric Drive System One of the best ways you can ensure a good, healthy crop is to use an electric drive system. Read More