Everett Griner talks about how modern farming machines make a difference for farmers in today’s Agri View.
Agriculture is one of the most mechanized industries in all of America. At one time all a farmer needed was a good strong mule, a plow and a few hand tools. Today, many farms have over a million dollars of equipment in their operation, things like custom manufacturing and conveyor systems and diamond tooling are part of that equipment. This equipment has changed the entire picture of farming. As recently as 1940 it required 45 hours of hard work on 2 to 5 acres to grow 100 pounds of cotton. It also required a mule, couple of plows and of course the mule drawn cultivator. Then it had to be picked by hand. Well today the same 100 pounds of cotton could literally be produced in minutes. So the world, not just the farmer, owes it prosperous lifestyle to machines. Farm machines. They do as much for you as the do for the farmer.
You wouldn’t get to work without a machine and your farm is no different; it actually needs several to perform the task at hand in an efficient and effective manner while also minimizing the wear and tear on the person operating the machines. And that is exactly why companies want to ensure that farmers around the world are getting the best out of their machinery by outfitting them with the very best state of the art tractor lights available anywhere on the market place.
Farm machines include a great variety of devices with a wide range of complexity: from simple hand-held implements used since prehistoric times to the complex harvesters of modern mechanized agriculture. These manual agricultural tools are grouped according to the type of activity they perform and their level of mechanizing as labor-saving garden implements that are operated by hand or power with or without animal and human effort such as a water wheel or a donkey engine plus other like reel mowers or hoes on down to the first self powered device invented that revolutionized the way of life of the age like the reaper or the thresher and so on down to the hydraulic loader etc.