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6 Tips for Purchasing Equipment out of State

  Warmer weather on the horizon is setting the stage for planting season. This also begins the process for some farmers that will have to purchase new or used equipment.  With today’s technology, farmers are finding it more accessible to purchase equipment long distance instead of locally.  This then opens the door for more of a selection to choose from across the country.  Having more … Continue reading 6 Tips for Purchasing Equipment out of State

8 Causes of Machinery Breakdowns and How to Prevent Them

When your machinery breaks down it can be pretty expensive to fix.  But if it’s during a season when you need it the most it’s certainly going to cost you.  That’s why Fastline is giving you the list of tips to help with any possible breakdowns in the future. Forgetting to read the owner’s manual Don’t think all of your machinery is easily fixed the … Continue reading 8 Causes of Machinery Breakdowns and How to Prevent Them

Antique Tractor

Calling All Models!

Official Rules for Fastline Antique Calendar Contest: Fastline wants to highlight the workmanship and craftsmanship of your restored Antique Tractor for Fastline’s 2018 calendar. No purchase or entry fee necessary. All tractors must be made before 1991 in order to be eligible All Pictures must be entered by 11:59 pm EST Jan 31, 2017. All photos will need to be entered via Facebook. Please include … Continue reading Calling All Models!

When #FarmingPickUpLines Is Trending on Twitter

#FarmingPickUpLines is trending and it’s everything we thought we needed and more! Check out some of the best ones we found below. Check out all of the tweets here. Corn is only $3, but money doesnt buy love. Right? Baby where you going? #FarmingPickupLines — El Capitán (@FlipFlop_Farmer) November 17, 2016 #FarmingPickupLines Cornfield and Chill? — #Outlaws (@TagOutlaws) November 17, 2016 I think we should … Continue reading When #FarmingPickUpLines Is Trending on Twitter

Steps to Take to Prepare Your Sprayer for Storage for the winter

  Winter is coming! Harvest is winding down and the winter months are right around the corner with that said comes preparing your sprayer for next spring.  Big Ag has your steps to take to get your sprayer ready for protecting it from the effects of snow, rain, sun and wind. Clean Your Sprayer Make sure you clean and rinse the outside of the sprayer … Continue reading Steps to Take to Prepare Your Sprayer for Storage for the winter