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A farm is an area or agricultural field that specializes in the production of food. The heavy duty equipment that is used in this field is designed to harvest crops. Any time farm equipment breaks, farmers will need to contact the manufacturer to get replacement parts. If a machine is no longer manufactured, they may then have to go to a distributor to see if the parts are still in stock.

  • Agribusiness - Agribusiness involves the business aspects of agricultural goods and services. This encompasses a wide variety of services, including farm equipment manufacturing and processing food.
  • Hydraulics - Hydraulics are used in farm equipment and are a system in which pressurized oil provides more power to a machine. With a focus of engineering the mechanical properties and uses of fluids, hydraulic systems are essential for the generation, control and transmission of power in many farm and agricultural machines.
  • Crawler - A crawler is a farm machine that is equipped with treads and tracks.
  • Backhoe Loader - A backhoe loader is a heavy-diesel tractor that features an attachment on the front to scoop soil and is controlled by hydraulics. This farm machine is used to dig trenches.
  • Combine - A combine is a self-propelled tractor that is able to harvest crops across a farm. Types of crops may include soy beans, grains and corn.
  • Plow - A plow is used to cultivate the soil on a farm. This machine will turn over the upper layer of the soil, provide nutrients and bury weeds.
  • Agricultural Mower - Mowers are used to cut grass and other plants that are low to the ground. Both ride on and push mowers are suitable for different agricultural tasks. Ride on mowers are ideal for large fields, while push mowers are easier to use in small areas.
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    C N E Small Engines
    1622 Hard Scrabble Rd, Columbia, SC 29203
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    (803) 754-5834
    User Review: "I have used their service for 10 plus years. I trust them with all of my service needs."
    Pennington Power Products
    1814 Lumpkin Rd, Augusta, GA 30906
    Lawn and farm equipment is an investment whether you are buying a walking mower, power mower or garden tractor. Clients come to us for a large selection, expert advice and service after the sale.
    (706) 793-4992
    Fairfield Tractor Company
    503 S Assembly St, Columbia, SC 29201
    (803) 799-6001
    Blanchard Compact Equipment
    851 Buckner Rd, Columbia, SC 29203
    (803) 799-2286
    Hilton's Power Equipment
    5933 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, SC 29223
    (803) 786-5472
    Little Rucks Small Engine Repair
    1572 Old State Rd, Gaston, SC 29053
    (803) 926-8521
    Southern Quality Truck & Equipment Inc
    433 Burton Rd, Lexington, SC 29072
    (803) 359-5213
    Tractor Supply Company Tsc
    5589 Sunset Blvd, Lexington, SC 29072
    (803) 996-6596
    A-Z Lawn Mower Parts
    5321 Augusta Rd, Lexington, SC 29072
    (803) 957-1011
    Lawnmower Headquarters St
    1610 W Main St, Lexington, SC 29072
    (803) 520-0007
    Irmo Outdoor Equipment
    1021 Dutch Fork Rd, Irmo, SC 29063
    (803) 781-8877
    Chavis Lawn & Garden Equipment Repair
    221 Lewis Rast Rd, Swansea, SC 29160
    (803) 568-2321
    Sandhills Power Equipment
    10443 Two Notch Rd, Elgin, SC 29045
    (803) 788-8311
    Ltl Small Engine Parts & Repair
    515 Pine St, Pelion, SC 29123
    (803) 583-4123
    Frazier Small Engine Repair
    770 Highway 1 S, Lugoff, SC 29078
    (803) 438-8585

    Early farmers relied on the strength of animals to pull plows. Today, though, they need more sophisticated machinery that helps farmers plant seeds and harvest crops more quickly. Farm equipment makes growing food easier and faster. Instead of buying agricultural equipment from retail stores, though, farmers often use dealers. Agricultural equipment providers usually have a variety of machines, pest control devices, and irrigation supplies for sale. Farmers should compare the rates and equipment different manufacturers offer to help them decide which one is best for them. Most dealers will have machines that help the farmer at each stage of the growing process. Tractors often have attachments for tillers that make it easier to plant seeds in the soil. Some tractors even have devices that plant the seeds and transplants faster than a human could by hand. Implementing the pest control, irrigation, and fertilizing products helps the plants grow quickly. This not only provides more food for people to eat, but also helps the farmer compete with other producers. At the end of the season, farmers use tractors and other machines to harvest crops like spinach, hay, and corn. Dealers also sell large trucks that make loading and shipping the foods easier. You can learn more about the farm equipment suppliers that work in your area by performing an online search. This will give you access to the company web pages, where you can learn about their products and discounts. You can also ask other people in your area what types of products they implement to help you choose an effective solution.
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