Sampling Of Stories Featured in the Current Issue of FARM SHOW Magazine:
Forklift Made From Old Swather
Rhonda Hartje says her dad Roger Holcomb is a genius when it comes to building things. “Over his entire life, he’s built things that are sometimes way better than anything he could buy.” Those ideas include a horse-drawn buggy, a holding chute for livestock and a bucket-mounted post...[more]
Handrail/Mirror Combo On Zero-Turn
Zero-turn mowers are one of the slickest inventions ever but knowing what’s behind you in woodlots or along roadways is difficult. Minn. farmer Al Hernke solved that problem using spare parts from his shop.
“I formed an old piece of chrome tubing from...[more]
He Built A Buzzsaw To Cut Firewood
FARM SHOW contributor Tony Bunniss built a buzzsaw to improve efficiency when cutting firewood.
The saw has a story that spans several years. After moving to the country, Bunniss purchased six acres adjacent to his property with plans to harvest firew...[more]
He Found A Market For Easy-Care Sheep Breed
A Missouri farmer has found success with Royal White Sheep. This hybrid breed was established in the late 1990’s and has a combination of St. Croix and Dorper sheep traits. The resulting animal is low-maintenance, highly resistant to many parasites, and an excellent meat producer with a r...[more]
Biomass Burner Dries Grain Faster, Cheaper
BioDryAir from Triple Green Products burns biomass to reduce grain-drying costs by up to 80 percent over natural gas or propane. Hot, dry clean air is piped into a conventional drier; no heat exchanger is needed. Even better for Canadian readers of FARM SHOW, a government program curre...[more]