Recent Blog Posts

  • Fleas and Your Cat

    June 1, 2011
    If you own a cat, you may experience a flea problem at some point. But what you don't know about fleas could harm you and your pet. Get the facts and keep your pet and home safe.
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  • Lawn Maintenance

    May 15, 2011
    There are several key factors involved in maintaining a healthy, beautiful lawn. Every lawn has three basic needs.
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  • Feeding the Foal for a Successful Weaning

    May 2, 2011
    There are two areas to concentrate on in order to have a successful nutrition program for a weanling foal and insure a vigorous and healthy first year of life for your new horse. These two areas are creep feeding of the nursing foal and a proper feeding program for the weanling foal.
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  • Fleas and Ticks

    April 15, 2011
    Check for fleas and ticks once a week when you brush your pet. Check especially around the ears, lengths of the legs, base of the tail, lower abdomen and between the toes. Use a good flea and tick repellent from Agway such as Hartz Flea & Tick Drops®.
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  • Tips for Effective Crabgrass Control

    April 1, 2011
    A dense healthy lawn is the best defense against crabgrass and other troublesome weeds. In gardens, mulch often prevents crabgrass problems.
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  • Toy Maintenance

    March 15, 2011
    Some dog toys can be easily cleaned while others should eventually get thrown away.
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  • Agway Grass Seed & Lawn Guide

    March 1, 2011
    The Agway Grass Seed & Lawn Guide leads you through every step of lawn maintenance so that you can have the lawn of your dreams.
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  • Winter Composting Options

    February 18, 2011
    Successful composting is a win-win process. You re-use your organic waste that would otherwise go in the garbage. Your garden will benefit from nutritious material leading to better results for your plants.
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  • Gardening Tips for February

    February 1, 2011
    Just because the majority of perennials and trees are dormant this month doesn't mean you need to ignore your garden. Dormancy actually helps with some of the opportunities for projects this month. Much can be done to enhance your garden during the growing season if preparations are made now.
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  • How to Protect Your Landscape From the Hungry Deer & Rabbit this Winter

    January 25, 2011
    Although difficult for the soft-hearted, turning a cold shoulder to visiting deer is the right thing to do…
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