Tips For Managing Your Cattle Feed

12 December 2017
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Providing your cattle with feed can be one of the most important things that you do to care for your livestock. However, mistakes and oversights when it comes to feed management can be particularly costly. If you are relatively new to managing your cattle's feed, you may find that there are some useful tips that can help you with getting the most out of your feed. Opt For Healthy Cattle Feed Options Read More 

4 Benefits You Can Expect When Using Dry Pelleted Fertilizer On Your Farm

14 June 2017
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Are you thinking about changing the type of fertilizer being used on your old farm, or wondering what to start using on the one you're currently developing? Here are four good reasons to consider the use of organic dry pelleted fertilizer over the liquid versions you may be most familiar with: Less Labor One of the best things about utilizing dry pelleted fertilizer on farms is that it reduces labor requirements. Read More 

How To Keep The Water In Your Rainwater Collection Tanks As Clean As Possible

14 December 2015
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If you have a rain collecting tank attached to your downspouts and you harvest rainwater for your livestock or irrigation needs, you need to ensure the water is as clean as possible. Luckily, there are easy ways to protect your rain collection tank. Here are some essential tips to guide you: 1. Clean your roof on a regular basis As rainwater rushes down your roof toward your gutters and eventually into your rainwater tanks, it is likely to pick up sediment, debris or chemicals from your roof. Read More 

How To Protect Your Home’s Exterior Siding From Woodpeckers

28 July 2015
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If you live in or around a wooded area, chances are you've heard the telltale drumming of woodpeckers against your home. If left to their own devices, these birds can do a lot of damage to homes with wood siding. Therefore, it's important to deter them from your property. Here are some bird friendly ways to keep them from damaging the siding on your home. Insect Repellant Woodpeckers love to eat insects. Read More