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The agriculture and farming industry is responsible for the cultivation of animals, plants, fungi and other forms of food. Whether the farm specializes in corn, beef or dairy, it's important for farmhands to have the necessary equipment and supplies to complete the work. Farmers are responsible for planting seeds or breeding certain animals. Some farms specialize in harvesting a variety of produce and will have a garden, barn and corn field on the property. Ranches that focus on breeding cattle or chickens will need an adequate amount of feed to ensure that animals are well fed at all times. Tractors are important part of the farming industry, because they perform many different duties. While they can haul plows and transport equipment, tractors can also be fitted with a variety of attachments to complete tasks. Horses may also be a prominent fixture on many farms and used for recreational purposes or assist in farming duties.

  • Combine - A combine is a farming machine that is used to harvest grain.
  • Bushel - In farming, a bushel is a dry measurement of crops.
  • Barbed Wire - Barbed wire is a fence that features pointed spikes to prevent livestock and animals from escaping. It also keeps out intruders, like animals that may harm the livestock or crops.
  • Cradle - A cradle is a tool used in agriculture that gathers a crop once it has finished growing.
  • Yield - In farming, yield is the amount of crops that are produced in any given year.
  • Fertilizer - Fertilizer is designed to add nutrients to a crop and promote growth. Both organic and inorganic fertilizers are available.
  • Livestock Feed - Animal feed is a mix of hay, seeds and raw meat that is given to the livestock. Other supplies, like troughs are essential for limiting contamination.
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    Morrow County Grain Growers Inc
    210 Main St, Boardman, OR 97818
    When you need quality farm supplies, there's no competition. We offer the best in grain and other farm materials. Whether you own a large farm or a small ranch, we have the tools to help you out.
    (541) 481-6200
    Oregon Hay
    71636 E Columbia Ln, Boardman, OR 97818
    (1) Review Write a review
    (541) 481-2822
    User Review: "This company is really good. i strong recommend this company to you." - Simon (CA)
    Celestial Farms
    15541 Green Bridge Road Se, Jefferson, OR 97352
    Contact Celestial Farms in Jefferson, OR, to learn more about our cattle farm which raises Irish Dexter cattle.
    (541) 327-2096
    A & M Supply
    30701 Sturgis St, Hermiston, OR 97838
    (541) 567-0053
    Inland Chemical Service Inc
    740 N John Day Hwy, Condon, OR 97823
    (541) 384-5606
    Grange Co-Op
    225 S Front St, Central Point, OR 97502
    (541) 664-6691
    Big R
    6225 S 6th St, Klamath Falls, OR 97603
    (541) 882-5548
    Lakeview Animal Hospital
    18644 Roberta Rd, Lakeview, OR 97630
    (541) 947-3383
    Junction City Farm & Garden
    358 Highway 99 S, Junction City, OR 97448
    (541) 998-2371
    Del's Farm Supply
    2055 N 1st St Ste B, Hermiston, OR 97838
    (541) 567-6584
    Robbins Farm Equipment II
    10218 Wallowa Lake Hwy, La Grande, OR 97850
    (541) 963-6577
    Anderson Valley Supply
    42883 Crane Venator Ln, Crane, OR 97732
    (541) 493-2703
    Coastal Farm Supply-Eugene
    2200 W 6th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 687-5810
    Big R
    7303 Crater Lake Hwy, White City, OR 97503
    (541) 830-3713
    D&B Supply
    3515 Pocahontas Rd, Baker City, OR 97814
    (541) 523-6442

    Farmers need quality supplies to run their agriculture businesses. They get them from farm suppliers. Effective fertilizer creates healthy crops. Hay, seed, and feed to keep farms running well. Ranchers also need fences, cages, traps, and carts. As a result, farmers oftentimes have strong business relationships with a particular certified dealer to provide what they need on a regular basis. Because there are various types of farms, such as livestock and horse ranches, different providers serve particular clients. Items for sale can range from garden tools and horse saddles to fans and heating elements. Dealers may sell large pieces of industrial machinery too, like balers, crop harvesters, mowers, tractors, and plows. Some dealers specialize in greenhouse supplies, while others focus on livestock feed. Some have stores or warehouses where they showcase their products, while others operate solely online, providing shipping on items such as traps. Farmers need seeds to plant fruits and vegetables in the field. They may utilize providers that offer a variety of seeds for their crops to grow. Some farmers deal only with organic products. Many large farms and ranches have veterinarians on staff. Dealers can also provide animal supplies, such as bandages and grooming products. Customers can visit a dealer’s center or hop online to peruse the selection. Farm machinery has come a long way since the 18th century, when oxen and horses were used in the fields, pulling crude wooden plows. Farmers used hoes to cultivate the land by hand and sickles to cut hay. Today, farmers have advanced equipment at their fingertips, but operating a farm is still hard work!
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