Tips For Keeping Squirrels Off Of Your Property

Squirrels can be cute to watch when you see them out in a park or when walking around a nature trail. Squirrels can be less cute when they are on your property all of the time. Dogs and cats tend to chase squirrels so it can be hard to get your pet back inside when you call them. Squirrels also tend to eat nuts and fruit inside of your hard or dig to store these items, which can leave holes and debris that you trip over. Read More 

Four Components To Healthy Cattle Feed

Just like feeding your own family, feeding your cattle is both a matter of science and guesswork, with the goal to provide them the most nutritious yet affordable food. Healthy cattle feed can contain a variety of components. Here's a look at the basics: Hay In order to be good for beef cattle, hay has to be harvested at the right time. Otherwise, it loses nutrients, especially as it dries. Hay can also become moldy if it isn't stored properly. Read More 

3 Ways To Protect Your Business From A Fire

Taking measures to protect your business from fire is important. Your preventative measures need to be more than a few fire extinguishers placed around the building. You should create a thorough system that will not only alert you of a fire but also help to prevent and stop one once it has started. To get you started on your fire safety plan, here are a few suggestions. Install an Automatic Fire Suppression System Read More 

Documents Required When Transitioning To A Certified Organic Farm

Early on, pretty much all forms of crop production could have been deemed organic because all of the chemicals, such as fertilizers and fungicides, just were not in development or available yet. However, through the years, agricultural business owners took turns into raising crops in different ways–often times using various chemical compounds to do what they thought was right to protect their crops from disease and insects or support larger growth records. Read More 

What Every Homeowner Should Know About Growing St. Augustine Grass From Seed

If you're planting a new lawn, choosing the right type of grass is important. If you're looking for a grass that's ideal in warm climates but can easily adapt to increased shade and fluctuating weather, St. Augustine grass may be your solution. This is ideal in more tropical environments where the weather can fluctuate significantly. Unfortunately most varieties of St. Augustine grass are sterile, so you don't find this grass grown from seed very often. Read More