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Farm & Ranch

Working to keep your farm or ranch in good repair? Get practical welding ideas here.


Stick Welding a Ladder to a Gravity Box with the Bobcat™ 250 EFI Welder/Generator

Miller Product Manager Ben Romenesko walks through the process of Stick welding a ladder to a gravity box with the Bobcat™ 250 engine-driven welder/generator, and discusses tips for proper weld preparation, Stick electrode diameter and welding materials with dissimilar thicknesses.

Lawn Roller Repair with the Millermatic 211 MIG Welder

A lawn roller left outside late in the fall filled with water and its ends pushed out as it got below freezing. See how home hobbyist and Miller employee Joel Ort uses a Millermatic 211 Auto-Set™ with MVP™ MIG welder and Spectrum 625 X-TREME™ with XT Torch to complete the repair.

Farm Welding Repair: Rebuilding a Trailer Hitch

Miller Product Manager Ben Romenesko performs a Flux-Cored weld repair of a broken trailer hitch at the Johnson Farm in Northern Illinois. Ben uses the new Multimatic 200 powered by the Bobcat 250 and describes proper settings in this application.


High Tech Auto-Darkening Helmets - As Seen in Farm Journal

As technology has advanced and the prices have decreased over the years, the benefits of auto-darkening helmets: more accurate arc starts, less grinding and rework, light weight and ease of use can now be enjoyed by occasional welders who don't want to break the bank on a helmet that only gets used a few times a year. Farm Journal Editor Dan Anderson spoke with Miller Product Manager Tom Sommers and Hobart Product Manager Caleb Krishner about how auto-darkening technology works and what to look for when shopping for a new helmet.

A Welder's Dream Trip - As Seen in Farm Journal

Farm Journal Welding University contest winners enjoy a trip to Miller Electric Co.'s world headquarters and win free equipment.

Welding on the Farm: Selecting a Welding Unit for the Farm or Ranch

Farms encounter a wide variety of welding repairs and projects – having the right welder depends on a lot of factors. Do you have to bring the welder to the work or can you take the work to the welder? Which process (MIG, Stick, or TIG) fits your needs? This article examines all these issues and more.