Long before global warming and climate change was in the vocabulary of regular everyday conversation, farmers in general have had to be eco-warriors of a sort. For many, being stuck out in the middle of nowhere with little to no source/supply network to be seen for at least a couple hundred miles, it’s been pretty challenging and expensive. And since global warming and climate change became more acute, it’s been even more so for the farmer.
Fortunately, he’s a hardy general, and he’s willing to try his hand at anything in order to stay afloat. He’s also sold on the new technologies and innovations that are helping to make the daily running of his diary and poultry farm a lot easier. Owing to the nature of his farming practice, there’s a host of implements specific to that. And no matter what the nature, what farmer works without a tractor and a pitchfork, if not a bale spear.
Whether the man’s doing the plowing and spearing work alone, or hiring seasonal labor, it remains backbreaking work. It can also be quite costly when the region in which his farm lies happens to enter a particularly dry spell and goes on for a lot longer than it would have in the past. But even so, as a hardy farmer, he’s able to weather the storm. He’s also got a bale spear tractor supply, amongst other innovative implements, to help him become more efficient in completing his daily day to day list of tasks.
And whatever needs to be tilled, harvested and baled, can now be done in a shorter period of time. This farmer is now able to get his produce to market a lot sooner as well potentially without any further loss of income.