You have to take good care in winter if you want your equipment to work in the spring.
By Jeneen Wiche
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 2:37 pm (Updated: January 16, 2:39 pm)
We had our Scag mower serviced a few weeks back. She had suffered from some sort of oil leak all summer and looked a little weary and unkempt, so I felt a bit negligent when I dropped her off.
Taking care of your lawn-and-garden equipment was something that was pounded into my world view of farm responsibilities when I was growing up. Plus, I am well aware that if you don’t take care of your stuff- it means it doesn’t work when you need it!
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