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(NAPSI) - Just as car owners have to pay attention to keep their tires in good shape, farmers also need to keep farm equipment tires in mind. Brand, price and convenience may play a part when you look to buy tires, but a farmer’s tire choice is much more involved.
(NAPSI) - As a young child, Ryan Haass spent much of his time on a tractor in Devine, Texas. The Haass family heritage revolves around farming and tractor restoration. When Ryan was 10, the Texas drought was so bad that his family retired its tractors and turned to cattle ranching.
(NAPSI) - Homeowners use water for many purposes, including drinking, cooking, washing, heating, humidifying, flushing (the No. 1 use of water in a home) and their pets.
(NAPSI) - Today, the average U.S. farmer feeds 155 people. Part of this success is due to a group of dedicated yet largely unheralded agricultural workers, the professional applicators who help ensure a safe and abundant food supply.
(NAPSI) - Keeping mealtimes healthy and delicious for today’s on-the-go family can be easier than many realize. To help, Earthbound Farm’s Executive Chef Sarah LaCasse offers these tips for “convenience without compromise.”
Barto, Pennsylvania - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator Shawn M. Garvin commemorated the opening of a new water treatment system today in a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new system will remove contamination from the groundwater at the Crossley Farm Superfund site in Hereford Township in Berks County.