Recent Blog Posts

  • Southern States Feed Quality

    October 29, 2010
    by Laura Scaletti You are what you eat is a familiar phrase that applies as much to horses as it does to humans. When it comes to equine nutrition and choosing the right feed for your horse it’s more than just picking a feed based on a pretty picture on a feed bag.
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  • Can cats be trained!

    October 6, 2010
    It is commonly believed that cats cannot be trained. The independent reputation of cats makes some people love them all the more; others prefer dogs for the same reason. The fact is, as independent as cats are, they can in fact be trained to a greater extent than many pet owners realize.
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  • Bulb Planting Guide

    October 6, 2010
    All spring flowering bulbs can be planted from September - December. In all cases, bulbs should be in the ground before the first frost.
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  • Cats - What you need to know before bringing home a cat

    August 26, 2010
    To be able to have a good experience with any pet there are a few things to consider before bringing them home. The first thing is the lifestyle of both you and the cat. It is important for the cat to be happy as well as you. Can you afford a cat?
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  • Basic Components of a Farm Fence

    August 26, 2010
    Even though farm fences vary greatly, some of the components are similar. The variation often is determined by the purpose of the fence. These are commonly found items used in constructing fences on the farm.
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  • How to Attract Wild Birds to your Yard

    August 26, 2010
    6 Steps to Turn Your Yard Into a Sanctuary for Birds:Step One: Put out the welcome mat! Habitats loss is the biggest challenge facing birds.
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  • Maintaining Container Gardens

    August 26, 2010
    These simple maintenance tasks keep your patio planters and window boxes looking their best throughout the growing season and help cold-climate gardeners prepare for winter.
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