Farmers are warming up to the idea of trying something out of their “norm,” which has prompted a handful of trends to catch on across the countryside.
As modern farm equipment gets larger and more complex, farmers are discovering they need to expand their tool inventory and shop accessories to tackle basic maintenance and repairs.
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