Recent Blog Posts

  • Nutrition of the Growing Horse

    January 19, 2011
    Early growth and development are important factors, especially in halter futurity prospects and foals that will enter race training as yearlings. Most horsemen realize that significant early development is crucial to the marketing potential of these young horses.
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  • The Advantages of Crate Training

    January 14, 2011
    Have you ever considered buying a crate for your pet? If not, take a time reading this article. Here you will find out the tremendous benefits that a crate can give to your pet.
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  • Winter Dog Grooming

    January 7, 2011
    Through the winter months your dog's grooming needs remain important. Here are some tips for managing the grooming needs of your pet during the colder months.
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  • Creating a Planting Calendar

    January 7, 2011
    You can create a planting calendar at any time of the year. Spring weather in many parts of the country can be erratic, with unseasonably mild weather followed by a severe cold snap. To help you avoid the temptation of planting too early, make a calendar with planting times for various crops.
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  • New Dog Checklist

    December 15, 2010
    It's time to bring your new dog home. Are you ready? The big day is here. You’ve probably made a list - and checked it twice - of all of the things you’ll need when you welcome your dog into his new home.
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  • Cold Weather Preparations Tips

    December 2, 2010
    Plan ahead to protect your home and property from winter storm damage.
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  • How to identify and treat frostbite in dogs

    December 1, 2010
    You might think that because your dog is covered in a fur coat from head to foot that it will be protected against frostbite. However, you would be wrong.
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  • Get Ready for Winter

    November 2, 2010
    Winter is in the air. Be sure you are prepared, proactive, cautious and thorough. Winter is the perfect time to inspect the underlying structure of the garden and make any necessary changes to enhance its appeal.
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  • Winter Care for Pets

    November 2, 2010
    When winter chills strike we can put on a sweater, crank up the heating, or put another log on the fire. Your pets grow a winter coat but it is not always enough. There are things you can do to make your pets healthier, safer, and more comfortable through the winter months.
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  • Winter Bird Feeding

    November 2, 2010
    1. Place feeders near cover such as dense evergreens to provide birds cover from storms and escape from predators.2. Feed black oil sunflower, or mixes that contain a high proportion of black oil sunflower. Black oil sunflower is an energy rich food that has a high fat and protein content.
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