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Deworming: Plan, Purge, Protect

Tuesday, July 16th, 2024

Internal parasites are a common problem in horses, particularly those managed on pasture. In addition to being a nuisance, internal parasites can cause serious health problems such as weight loss, poor performance, colic, and intestinal obstruction. Establishing and maintaining a routine deworming schedule for your horses is an essential step to keep them healthy. However, […]

How to Keep Horses Cool in Hot Weather

Sunday, July 7th, 2024

How to keep horses cool in hot weather? As summer drags on, heat can become a serious problem for many horses. Sweating is the primary way horses cool themselves. Experts believe that prolonged, consistently high sweat rates can lead to “exhaustion” of the sweat glands. In horses, this may result in anhidrosis, or the inability […]

How to Switch to a Chicken Layer Feed

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2024

Switch laying hens to a complete chicken layer feed when they start laying eggs around 18 weeks of age. Choose a complete layer feed that includes all the essential nutrients laying hens need to lay strong and stay strong. Then make the transition gradually over one week. When you turn 18, you can do a […]

Ultimate Guide to Summer Gardening

Thursday, June 20th, 2024

With the warmth of summer on the horizon, it’s time to prepare your garden for the vibrant season ahead. Transitioning your garden to handle the hot summer months is an essential task for every gardener. This shift not only involves adapting your garden to the changing weather but also ensuring that your plants thrive during […]

Feeding Deer in Late Spring and Summer

Friday, May 31st, 2024

The deer herd has survived the winter and early spring and is entering the most energy and nutrient demanding period of the year. Bucks have antlers developing, does are finishing gestation and starting to lactate, and fawns are growing at their peak rate. Buck Nutrition By late spring, most bucks are already growing antlers. Not […]

The Different Types of Mulch

Sunday, April 14th, 2024

If you’re a gardening enthusiast, you are probably well-aware of the importance of mulching. Mulching is an essential practice that helps facilitate plant growth and improve the overall health of your garden. In simple terms, mulch is a protective layer applied over the soil to regulate moisture levels, maintain soil temperature, and suppress weed growth. […]

Planting Seed Potatoes

Saturday, February 10th, 2024

Potatoes are a staple in many households across the world. They are versatile, tasty, and easy to cook. However, not many people know about seed potatoes and how they can significantly affect the quality and quantity of your potato crop. We’ve put together some information about seed potatoes and tips for planting, so you can […]

Guide to Growing Onion Sets

Monday, February 5th, 2024

Are you a gardener who wants to add more variety to your vegetable garden? If so, you might want to consider growing onion sets. Onion sets are small onions that are grown from seeds and then transplanted into your garden. They’re a great option for gardeners who want to get a head start on their […]

Planning Your Garden

Friday, January 5th, 2024

If you’re looking to grow your own food and enjoy the rewards of a flourishing garden, you’re in the right place. January marks the perfect time of year to start planning and getting everything ready. Whether it’s your first time starting a garden or you’re a seasoned green thumb, there are a few steps you […]

Holiday Pet Safety Tips

Sunday, December 17th, 2023

As the holidays approach, it’s a joyous time for us, but it can be quite stressful for our pets. With colder weather, decorations, and fireworks, there are a lot of things that can make our furry friends feel uneasy. It’s important to take measures to ensure that our pets stay warm, comfortable, and safe during […]

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