Fastline.com Price Comparison Feature

Searching for equipment is harder than what the general public may believe. Equipment is more than just a tractor, combine, sprayer, or piece of metal that sits in the barn. Your new piece of equipment is what keeps your farm going during the most unpredictable weather climates, where your son or daughter learns how to drive, and the all-around unforgettable memories that are shared with … Continue reading Fastline.com Price Comparison Feature

7 Things to Consider when Purchasing Your Next Baler

It’s hay season! Are you in the market to purchase a baler?  If you said yes, then we want to give you some things to consider when choosing the next baler for your operation. First, you need to determine what size bales you want. Do you want large square, small square or round bales? This will help you decide if you want a round or … Continue reading 7 Things to Consider when Purchasing Your Next Baler

Farmers Showing Off Their First Day of Harvest Pictures

With the school year underway and people posting first day of school pictures of their kids Fastline thought, what better way to jump start harvest season with some first day of harvest pictures.  Check out these shots these dedicated farmers sent to us to celebrate the first day of harvest. (Credit: Andrew H.) (Credit: Garrett J.) (Credit: Harlan H.) (Credit: Jarrod T.) (Credit: Harley S.) … Continue reading Farmers Showing Off Their First Day of Harvest Pictures

7 Aspects to Consider when Buying a Grain Dryer

As harvest approaches, a grain dryer will be needed for farmers to dry their grains from corn to wheat.  If you are in the market for a new or used grain dryer here are some things to consider before making that purchase. 1.Choose the right dryer There are a number of things to look at when choosing the best dryer for your operation. Capacity would … Continue reading 7 Aspects to Consider when Buying a Grain Dryer

6 Things to Look at When Performing a Pre-Harvest Inspection on Your Combine

With harvest season quickly approaching, now would be the time to do a pre harvest inspection on your combine.  This would avoid any headaches such as lost time and money and the guess work on whether or not any parts even need to be replaced.  Now is the time to check if your combine has built up mud from wet weather or even dust in … Continue reading 6 Things to Look at When Performing a Pre-Harvest Inspection on Your Combine