Our property is slowly being taken over by English Ivy and Poison Ivy. I’ve been fighting both for a while now with a backpack sprayer, the brush hog and landscape rake. But it’s not enough and not efficient. It's time for the nuclear option! After some research, I settled on this 26-gallon NorthStar spot and broadcast sprayer.
After almost three years of owning the Titan BX42 Wood Chipper, I can say with confidence that it has been a good investment for me. I cover specs, setup and field testing in this post.
I wish I had bought the BXpanded Piranha Tooth Bar sooner! After trying it out, I consider this a must-have addition for all tractor front end loader buckets!
For me and my situation, storing most of my implements on dollies makes switching between them fast and convenient. This may not be practical for a lot of people, but maybe it is for you. In this post, I cover building a dolly for my box blade and discuss why implement dollies work great for me.
Over the years, I have come up with various ways to transport my chainsaw on my tractor. Sawhaul proved to be a great solution for my tractor and they came to my rescue when I need a solution for my Polaris Ranger. I cover the features, installation and the pros and cons of the Sawhaul Complete Kit for Polaris.
Considering buying a backhoe for your tractor? It's a big investment that has been well worth it for me. I cover the reasons why you might consider a backhoe and the differences between the two major types: subframe and 3-point.
Regular maintenance of your PTO shafts is essential to ensuring reliable and safe operation – AND ensuring your safety as well! In this post, I cover how I maintain my two PTO shafts, which happen to be two of the most common PTO shaft designs.
Don't overlook this inexpensive but really helpful tractor add-on!
As colder weather sets in, I decide to add a windshield to my Polaris Ranger EV and settle on the SuperATV Heavy Duty Scratch Resistant Full Windshield for Polaris MIDSIZE Rangers. I show you how I installed it and share tips for easier installation and caring for the windshield.
It's bad news when you discover a puddle of hydraulic fluid under your tractor. But sometimes it's and easy fix. In this post I show you how I found and fixed my first hydraulic leak on my tractor.