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How To Protect Your Farm Animals From A Fire

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There are plenty of fire hazards on just about every farm, ranch or dairy operation that can threaten your animals. Often, fire safety plans on farms overlook the danger to animals, meaning a significant potential loss of life and value. Here are some great tips for fire safety that can help protect the animals on your farm. Make a Fire Safety Plan That Includes Your Animals Although your first concern should be the preservation of human life, many ranchers, dairy workers, farmers and people with stables are interested in protecting the...

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Using Props To Beautify Your Backyard

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you feel your backyard is looking a bit drab, there are many ways you can incorporate items into your landscape to help give the area more character. You can use these items in conjunction with each other to help create an area for retreat, where you can relax and enjoy the tranquility of the outdoors. Here are a few ways you can give your backyard a unique-looking area for meditation and relaxation. Start With Seating You will want to have a spot where you can rest your feet after a long day at work. Consider adding a wood bench to your...

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Five Little-Known Facts About Sod

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are interested in getting into the sod growing and harvesting business, then you are probably doing all the research you can to figure out as much as you can about this industry. By now, you can probably consider yourself an expert on all things sod in regard to how the growing and harvesting process works, but there may still be some information you haven’t learned yet. Here are five interesting, little-known facts about sod that may assist you in the process of growing it, caring for it, and harvesting it, or that may just add...

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Ways In Which Organic Farmers Can Utilize Propane Gas

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Propane has had a big impact on agriculture in general, since it’s economical and has a wide variety of uses. But for organic farms in particular, propane can be a more environmentally friendly option that helps farmers maintain the cleanliness and efficiency of their operation. It has been approved as a clean, alternative fuel by the Clean Air Act and can be more effective than chemicals in many cases. Here are some of the many ways organic farmers are utilizing propane: Sanitation. Dairy and poultry facilities have used...

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