We know there is still plenty of winter to come, but we thought now would be a good time to talk about some solutions to getting onto a lawn mowing when the user has a leg disability. We meet and talk with several people each year who want to keep doing their own lawn mowing, but have difficulty getting onto the mower, or operating the foot pedals. Read on to see of the solutions we have suggested over the years. 

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Workin in a winter wonderland

In case you weren’t aware, it is winter. Looking out my window in west Michigan, it looks more like early spring, but it is still chillingly cold, annoyingly wet, and January still has a week to go. Winter can be a slow time for trade workers, and most days can be spent in the comfort. However, farmers, loggers, builders, excavators, and many others have to spend many days outside in harsh conditions. Read on to find out more about making your work a bit easier this winter.

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Custom Assistive Technology

Worker using a toggle switch to lower the lift seat on an electric powered lift creeper while working in his workshop.Could you build me a ___________? Custom Assistive Technology is an idea built to your specifications for individual workers! Have you dreamed of a product 'If only I could have a ..." ???

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Fall Chores!

Fall is here.  Temperatures have fallen (although the leaves are still here)  Thoughts of fall projects are beginning to fill your mind.  This begins a series of posts on fall type projects.  The first of these is for anyone who has beef cattle.

Typically, late September is the time when you think about fall round up.  Those calves are ready to be separated from their moms, and it is time.  Dehorning, vaccinating, castrating, deworming

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