What Can I Do in the Winter to Keep My Farm Successful?

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Winter months may be slower than planting or harvest, but that does not mean there is not stuff to be done. Staying busy during the winter months helps to set yourself up for a successful new year.

Winter Planning on Your Farm

 

Review records and maintain complete bookkeeping.

Farm records and bookkeeping are a very important part of any farming operation. While records and books should be kept up to date throughout the entire year, winter is a great time to ensure everything is up-to-date and correct. Having your records up to date makes it quick and easy to send your current balance sheet numbers to the bank or other financial institutions, as well as be ready to work on your taxes.

 

Service and repair key farm equipment.

Routine service is imperative to keep your John Deere equipment operating at peak performance. Servicing your equipment in the wintertime helps to ensure all the fluids are fresh and clean, as well as at capacity when it is time to head to the field again. Use this time with the equipment in the shed to look over the key wear pieces and repair any issues you come across.  By taking care of these critical tasks in the winter, you can take advantage of many off-season programs and ensure that a technician is available (not always the case when things are busy in the field).

 

Learn the latest on Precision Agriculture innovations.

Precision Agriculture is ever changing and improving the way we operate our farms. You will have more time in the winter months to read up and test out the latest innovations in Precision Agriculture than you will when you are getting the planter ready and headed to the field. Stay up to date with the latest in Precision Agriculture by visiting the Koenig Equipment Precision pages on our website.

 

Contact Koenig Equipment for winter farm inspections and repairs.

Koenig Equipment is here for you both in season and out of season. With winter farm inspections, you will have the peace of mind that your equipment has been looked over thoroughly by a certified Koenig Equipment Technician. After the inspection, you will be able to see what repairs are needed to help ensure you are all set for the upcoming year.