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Barns & Equipment

Whether using a tiestall, freestall, dry lot or pasture, here are some tips for cow comfort and maintaining farm facilities and equipment.

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You know the old saying, “If your only tool is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail.” While that might be the case, the next question has to be, “What kind of hammer do you have?”

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Running a dairy operation today means something completely different than it did 10 years ago. As product prices and government regulations continue to fluctuate, owners like yourself have to find ways to work more efficiently while also reducing operational costs.

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I don’t think it comes as any surprise that the best way to fix a problem is to not have it in the first place. I also think there are few things as sickening as that feeling you get when you hear a strange sound coming from your truck or tractor’s engine compartment:

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Skid steer and compact track loaders are the number one tool carriers in North America. I like to think of these compact machines as the “Swiss Army knives” of light utility equipment.

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We all need a good back scratch every once in a while, and cows are no different. In their natural environment, cows will rub up against trees and bushes. Around the farm, they will use other objects like walls, water troughs and fences.

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Do you remember the last time you banged your head on something? Think of a time when you really gave it a whack.

What was it?

Where were you?

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