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New Three Hole Kennel from Easy Loader

New Three Hole Kennel from Easy Loader

The Easy Loader Three Hole kennel uses the same high-quality materials and sturdy construction as their classic Easy Loader Kennel but has three compartments that accommodate smaller and midsize dogs. Each compartment is approximately 14.75” wide. Easy Loader...

How To Breath New Life Into An Old Quonset

How To Breath New Life Into An Old Quonset

Like any building, Quonset huts are subject to the wear and tear of use and harsh weather. Still, you shouldn’t let these buildings stand empty when they could be sheltering your equipment. If you have a Quonset in your yard that needs restoration, here are a few things to consider.

Winning the Battle Over Carburetor Icing…Maybe

Winning the Battle Over Carburetor Icing…Maybe

Have you ever had a gas-powered engine cold-start just fine, but then a few minutes later, the rpm drops, the engine chugs and blows black smoke from the tailpipe? Eventually, it stalls. When you can restart it, the problem has healed itself. This is called carburetor icing and is a devil to eradicate.

How to Select the Right Punches and Chisels for Your Needs

How to Select the Right Punches and Chisels for Your Needs

Striking tools, including punches and chisels, have a history that dates back hundreds of years. Today, people put them to different uses, such as removing bushings and pins and cutting or splitting steel objects. Simple in their construction, punches and chisels are highly versatile and indispensable in any tool collection on the farm or ranch.

Home & Shop: 10 Tips for Safer Generator Use

Home & Shop: 10 Tips for Safer Generator Use

Not having power when you need it is frustrating, and generators are an invaluable tool when it comes to rural living. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute gives a simple checklist for keeping your home and family safe when using generators this winter.

Eliminating Thermal Stress From Metal

Eliminating Thermal Stress From Metal

Thermal stress is found in every engine, transmission, tillage implement, planter, sprayer, combine, clutch, brake rotor, and anything else that experiences a sharp temperature drop in use or during manufacturing. Unfortunately, we all unknowingly pay the price for thermal stress, but there is a way to eliminate it.