Hello, my name is David and I live on a small farm in central Austalia. I haven't always lived on a farm. For many years, I lived and worked in Brisbane and had a conventional life. However, when I turned 50, I realised that I needed to make a change so I decided to quit my job and move out to the countryside. I wasn't sure what to expect. I had some vague ideas of working the land and tending to crops. Thankfully, my neighbours were very supportive and taught me everything I needed to know. I decided to start this blog to help others.
17 March 2019
Purchasing a tractor, used or brand-new, is an intricate process. In general, there are two mistakes that farmers make. The first mistake is basing their purchase solely on their budget, which can result in you purchasing a cost-efficient tractor that will not meet all of your farm's needs. The second mistake that farmers make, especially ones who are buying a tractor for the first time ever, is purchasing a tractor with the same characteristics that they use to purchase a vehicle.