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Rim Guard is the most effective, non-corrosive tire ballast on the market. Unlike other harsh chemical ballasts, it’s water soluble and biodegradable, and doesn’t require tubes for installation. These educational videos will help you easily install Rim Guard Beet Juice Tire Ballast, as well as answer any questions you have about this unique and effective product.


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Understanding Tractor Tire Sizes

May 19, 2021

It is straight-forward to look for the number on the sidewall of your tire when searching for your tractor tire size. Understanding tractor tire sizes, however, requires breaking down the jargon on your sidewall. Tractor tire sizes are indicated using both standard and metric formats. The indications on your sidewall matter replacing your tires, and…

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5 Fall Harvest Safety Tips

October 24, 2019

When it’s harvest season and you’re scrambling to get your work done, it can be easy to do the fast thing and not the safe thing. Here are five tips to stay safe this fall. Be sure to use personal protective gear like ear plugs, gloves, and safety glasses if needed. Always turn off your…

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How to Improve Your Workspace

October 21, 2019

  As our world becomes more digital, we are spending more and more time in office spaces and in front of a computer screen. Here are some ways that you can improve your workspace and make it a better environment for getting things done. Adjust the Temperature Are your pesky coworkers trying to turn your…

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The Best Fall Bonfire Recipes

October 17, 2019

  Fall is bonfire season. To all the people that think summertime is for bonfires, why would you want to sweat all day and then stay up until 11pm to enjoy a fire in the dark? Have a bonfire in the fall when you can enjoy the genuine warmth and smoke blowing in your direction…

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October is Farm to School Month

October 14, 2019

  That’s right! Did you know that October is National Farm to School Month? This national month is largely promoted and sponsored by the National Farm to School Network with is a hub for communities working to bring local food sourcing and education into schools. National Farm to School Network started as just a handful…

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Apple Picking and Varieties

September 30, 2019

  Many of us have fond memories of fall that include apple picking, but did you know much about the apples were you were picking? Nearly 2,500 varieties of apples grow every year in the USA. Turns out that some of the most commonly picked apples have quite the history. Gala Gala apples are the…

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The Best Spots in the USA for Fall Colors

September 26, 2019

  Have you ever considered how strange it is that we actually travel to different locations to watch the leaves of trees die and fall to their final death? Well if you’re into that sort of thing, continue reading.   Door County, Wisconsin With over 300 miles of shoreline, five state parks, and 11 lighthouses,…

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6 Productivity Tips to Keep You on Task

September 23, 2019

  Staying productive is a challenge for many people. Here are some ways to make better use of your time. 1. Chunk your time Instead of going off of your laundry list of things to do, just set aside a certain amount of time for each task. Dedicate fifteen minutes to responding to emails, thirty…

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All About Pumpkins

September 19, 2019

Pumpkin seeds are planted between the last week of May and the middle of June. Pumpkins love themselves some warm weather. They spend between 90 and 120 days growing and are picked in October when they are bright orange in color. Antarctica is the only continent where pumpkins are not grown. But I suppose you…

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Crops You Can Plant in the Fall

September 16, 2019

  The weather is cooling down and the fall harvest is coming, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t planting to do! Check out these rad veggies that can be planted in the fall: Lettuce Lettuce is a great source of vitamin A. Plant seeds about ½ inch into soil and be sure the soil is…

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Comparison of Tire Ballasts

September 12, 2019

  So, you want to ballast your tires? Here are your options and some things to consider: Water 8.3 pounds per gallon. Cheap and readily available. Freezes. We all know about water. If you aren’t drinking it you’re dead. But it isn’t a great tire ballast option for anyone living in the northern parts of…

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5 Things to do with your Family this Fall

September 9, 2019

  Fall is a great time to slow down and focus on the family. Here’s some ideas for how you can soak up every last bit of that beautiful fall weather and make some memories. Bake a Fall Recipe Baking as a family is a great way to enjoy the fall season! Here are some…

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All About Sugar Beets

September 5, 2019

Without sugar beets, Beet Juice Tire Ballast could not exist! Our proprietary mixture begins with a byproduct of the sugar beet manufacturing process. It isn’t the beet juice you get at the store, and it isn’t made from the beets you might eat at home. Sugar beets are a type of root crop. They are…

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Tractor Time with Tim Fills his Tires with Beet Jucice

Tractor Time with Tim Fills his Tires with Beet Juice

September 3, 2019

  Meet Tractor Time with Tim! Tim, his wife Christy, and his daughter Katriel, work together on their YouTube channel. You can read more about them here. They create videos often from their farm in Carmel, Indiana. In this specific video Tim shares about his experience filling the tires on his John Deere 1025R. Both…

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