Hurst Farm Supply Blog

Off-Season Lawnmower Maintenance with Hurst Farm Supply

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Mar 19, 2020 3:10:05 PM

Gear up — spring is here! That means that now is the time to set your sights on another successful season of pro lawn care. Are you and your tools prepared to take on the challenge?

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance

The History of Hurst Farm Supply, Your Local John Deere Dealer Since 1955

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Mar 10, 2020 9:56:12 AM


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Topics: Our Values

Tackle Any Task: Using Attachments for a Variety of Lawn Maintenance Jobs

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Feb 17, 2020 2:26:25 PM

About this time last year, we spent some time talking about everything there is to know about John Deere and their wide selection of compact and full-size utility tractors. With dozens of models across six different classes, the John Deere utility tractor has something to offer for just about anyone. But, it’s how you use that “something” that really makes a difference.

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance

Waking Up Your Lawn & Garden for Early Spring

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jan 30, 2020 2:29:00 PM

As winter comes to an end, homeowners across West Texas are eager to get outside. This is the perfect time to tackle lawn and garden chores as temperatures are not too cold and not too hot. It may be too early to do it all, but knocking out these basic tasks will give you a great head start.

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Topics: Spring Tips

Spring Lawn Care Parts Catalog

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jan 20, 2020 9:04:15 AM

It may be hard to believe, but the first month of 2020 is not far from coming to a close, meaning that spring is nearing its way around the corner. With that being said, we want to help you start thinking about your lawn, what you can do to help it bounce back from the gloomy days of winter, and the tools that you need to do it.

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance

Best Ways To Utilize Your Section 179 Deduction in 2020

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Dec 29, 2019 11:00:00 AM

It may be hard to believe that the time is already here, but we’re coming up on the beginning of yet another brand new year. While the new year means a fresh start, it also means something that we’re used to — something that’s not quite as exciting as the other things awaiting us in 2020: tax prep.

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Topics: Industry Insights

The Gift That Keeps On Giving: John Deere Turf Equipment

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Dec 6, 2019 1:18:49 PM

Ahhhhhh, yes. That time of year is here once again!

When it comes to all the things to look forward to about the holiday season, the list really is endless: cooler weather, good food, time well-spent with family and friends, and of course, gift-giving. For some people, however, gift-giving can be a difficult task. But we’re here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be!

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Topics: John Deere

Post-Season Harvest Equipment Service

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Nov 20, 2019 4:15:26 PM

You prepped hard, worked even harder, and it all led to yet another successful cotton harvest season. Congratulations! Now, the only thing left to do is allow yourself and your equipment some much-deserved recovery time.

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Topics: Harvest

2020 Ag & Timber Renewals

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Nov 12, 2019 11:07:04 AM

Is your Ag & Timber number up to date? All current Ag & Timber numbers will expire on 12/31/2019. To be eligible for sales tax benefits, current Ag & Timber number holders must renew their number by the end of December 2019.

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Topics: Industry Insights

Hurst Farm Supply National FFA Foundation Scholarships 2020

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Oct 30, 2019 10:12:06 AM

This year, Hurst Farm Supply is proud to once again partner with John Deere and the National FFA Foundation to offer seven - $2,000 scholarships to one area student from each of the following counties: Borden, Crosby, Dickens, Hale, Lubbock, Lynn, and Scurry. Selections for this scholarship will be awarded by the National FFA Foundation based on the applicant's leadership abilities, academic accomplishments, FFA and other school and community activity participation, supervised agricultural work experience in agricultural education, and future goals.

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Topics: FFA Scholarship