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  1. Mother Nature can wreak havoc on your property in different ways throughout the year. While you may understandably be focused on protecting your home from damage throughout the year, you also need to think about land care and maintenance. After all, the condition of your land can affect your property in many ways. As one example, irrigation issues can result in erosion or a loss in property value. These are some of the excellent steps that you can take to care for your land year-round. Maintain a Fence If your property is like many others, you may have a fence around at least part of your area. This fence may be designed for security and privacy. Perhaps it is in place to keep your livestock in a confined area or to keep predatory animals away. It is wise to inspect your fence carefully each season. Look for any signs of damage, and correct even the smallest issues as soon as possible before they turn into major issues. Invest in the Right Equipment Depending on the size of your yard or land, you may need to regular mow or trim it. A push lawnmower may be all that is needed for a smaller yard. A riding lawnmower may work well for a larger yard, and you may even need to invest in a tractor from a place like Bane-Welker Equipment if you own an acreage estate. Remember that this is just one of many types of equipment that you may need access to in order to care for your land throughout the year. Focus on Irrigation In many areas, dry seasons and even droughts can damage your vegetation. In severe cases, a drought may create huge cracks in the ground that are a danger for people or animals to walk across. Finding a way to irrigate your land effectively during dry seasons and droughts is important. Analyze all irrigation options so that you are prepared to provide your land with the moisture that it needs when natural precipitation is not plentiful. Protect Your Vegetation On a very large acreage estate, it may not be feasible or practical to care for every plant on your property. Native plants on this type of property may simply need to suffer through the forces of Mother Nature. However, if you have special vegetation on your property, such as a century-old oak tree or beautiful roses bushes that you invest your time and energy into, you may need to protect these in various ways. For example, bushes may need to be covered when freezing weather conditions are present. A huge old tree may need to be trimmed periodically to ensure that it is healthy and that the weight is properly distributed. Caring for your home is a top priority, but you also need to take care of your land. Your land’s care needs may change from season to season. Follow these tips to better care for your property.