Hurst Farm Supply Blog

Why Off-Season Mower Maintenance is Important

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jan 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM

What it’s All About

Let’s face it: When it’s this cold outside, your mower and its condition as it sits in the shed is probably the last thing on your mind. However, proper off-season maintenance can have some pretty huge payoffs later down the line when you pull your mower back out in the spring.

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Topics: Winter Tips

How To Prevent Freezing Pipes

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Feb 13, 2018 9:00:00 AM

It’s straight out of a winter wonderland nightmare. Imagine having to deal with a burst pipe due to freezing temperatures. In some cases, the frozen water in a pipe will only block water flow, which is not fun. But most often, freezing temperatures cause pipes to burst and flood, potentially causing costly damage to your home.

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Topics: Winter Tips

Why We Love Stihl Chainsaws (And You Should Too)

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jan 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Finding the right chainsaw for your home or property is important. You want a machine that can handle a variety of jobs and is durable enough to last a long time while providing an excellent return on your investment.

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Topics: Lawn Maintenance, Winter Tips

How to Winterize Your Lawnmower

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Nov 21, 2017 9:00:00 AM

It may be time to put away your lawn mower for the season, but it’s important to winterize it first. Doing so will prevent damage, extend your mower’s lifespan, and prevent unwanted surprises in the spring.

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Topics: Winter Tips

Maintain Your John Deere Gator This Winter

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Feb 14, 2017 8:00:00 AM


John Deere built their Gator utility vehicles with the idea that they would be a piece of equipment owners could rely on for years and years. Properly maintaining and caring for the Gator is the key to making sure it runs properly for as long as you choose to use it.

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Topics: John Deere, Winter Tips

Prep Your Yard For Winter

Posted by Hurst Farm Supply on Jan 24, 2017 1:24:27 PM

Getting ready for the coming winter means more than stocking up on sweaters, installing storm doors, and making sure your furnace is working. You will also want to make sure your yard is properly prepped. Proper yard care ensures that your lawn will look great next spring and summer.

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Topics: Winter Tips, Lawn Maintenance