Hurst Farm Supply Blog

When to Terminate Irrigation in Cotton Production

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Aug 6, 2019 9:00:00 AM

While cotton is typically considered to be a mostly drought-resistant crop, the Texas Plains are a place where crops like these are constantly threatened by the ever-looming possibility of a dry season.

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Topics: Cotton Farming

Hurst's 20th Annual Women's Protective Services Benefit Drawing

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Aug 1, 2019 9:00:00 AM

At Hurst Farm Supply, we firmly believe that we are defined by our community, our neighbors, and those we surround ourselves with each and every day. We are blessed to serve the very best in Texas, and we are constantly striving to give back to those who support us in any way we can. One of those ways is through teaming up with the Women’s Protective Services of Lubbock (WPS) for the annual Hurst benefit drawing.

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Topics: Harvesting Hope

Buying Guide: Riding Lawnmowers

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jul 16, 2019 9:00:00 AM

A few months back, we took a look at a group of zero-turn mowers that (to this day) are making short work of even the hardest jobs for weekend warriors everywhere.

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance

Summer Grilling with Traeger Grills

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jul 2, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Yes! It’s finally the time of year that we’ve all been waiting for. For many, grilling outdoors is arguably the best part of summer, and frankly, we’re inclined to agree!

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Topics: Equipment Feature

Off-Season Inspection: Harvest Equipment

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jun 18, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Harvest season may be at the back of your mind or the bottom of your to-do list this summer, but the condition and maintenance of your harvest equipment shouldn’t be. As we’ve explored before, proper off-season maintenance can mean the difference between a harvest that is efficient and one that is riddled with breakdowns and roadblocks. Some benefits of off-season harvest equipment care include:

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Topics: John Deere, Harvest

Easy Fixes for Your Common Trimmer Problems

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jun 4, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Summer is in full swing, making now a great time for kicking back, relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. However, it’s also the perfect time to show off the lawn that you’ve worked so hard to maintain. That, of course, can’t be done without first making sure all of your lawn care tools and equipment are prepared for the season full of tasks ahead.

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance

Father's Day Gift Guide

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on May 14, 2019 9:00:00 AM

As we’re sure you’ll agree, it can be hard to express years and years of love and appreciation for our dads in one single Sunday. Dads support us, teach us, love us and guide us in a way that no one else can! And while everyone expresses love and appreciation in their own way, Hurst Farm Supply wants to make it easier to give your dad a gift that’s as perfect and hardworking as he is.

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance

Buying Guide: Zero-Turn Mowers

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Apr 9, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Our position as “your local John Deere dealer” has come to mean a lot more for our customers since we started way back in ’55. In addition to being our local farmers’ best friend, we also like to be there for all of our weekend warriors!

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Topics: John Deere, Hustler Raptor, Zero-Turn Mowers

Equipment Spotlight: 2633VT Vertical Tillage

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Apr 2, 2019 9:00:00 AM

We are proud to be the best West Texas go-to for quality agriculture equipment products for nearly 65 years. The John Deere brand is known for its ability to deliver quality products. The 2633VT is no exception, and that’s why we’ve placed it under this month’s equipment spotlight.

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Topics: John Deere, Ag Equipment, Tillage Equipment

Hurst How-To: How to Build a Raised Garden Bed

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Mar 12, 2019 9:00:00 AM

What are raised garden beds?

Raised garden beds, otherwise known as garden boxes, are an easy, space-friendly option that is ideal for growing small plots of veggies and flowers. When you choose a raised garden bed, you can expect to enjoy many significant benefits.

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Topics: Gardening Tips, Spring Tips, DIY Tips