Recent Blog Posts

  • Turn Feed Bags into Money Bags with Southern States S.H.O.W. Program

    January 25, 2013
    Southern States Special Horse Organization Winner’s (S. ) Program allows you the opportunity to submit proof of purchase seals of empty feed bags to raise moneyH Click here to learn how to start saving today.
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  • Winter Birding Essentials

    January 15, 2013
    When the weather outside is frightful, birding can be delightful. To attract the greatest number of species in the winter, it is important to have a number of different feeders available.
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  • Understanding Plant Nutrition

    January 1, 2013
    What elements are needed for your plants to grow at their best?   Did you know you can spot possible nutrient deficiencies in your plants?
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  • Decorating with Pointsettias

    December 15, 2012
    There are many ways to decorate with these beautiful plants, and with a bit of creativity, poinsettias can be part of all your holiday adornments.
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  • Caring for Your Fresh Cut Christmas Tree

    December 1, 2012
    The key to having a safe Christmas tree is to choose one that is fresh and has been properly stored, then keep it that way. Fresh Christmas trees that are kept watered will not combust easily.
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  • Renovating an Overgrown Houseplant

    November 15, 2012
    Branching, shrub-like houseplants, such as scented geranium, hibiscus, flowering maple, begonia, and schefflera, need regular pruning to keep them healthy and attractive. Ideally, you should begin pruning while the plant is small.
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  • Choosing a Bed for Your Dog

    November 1, 2012
    Most dogs sleep for 12 hours a day. Choosing the right bed is essential. New dog owners are often shocked by how much their dog sleeps. Most dogs sleep for 12 hours a day, and some breeds will doze for as much as 18 hours.
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  • Fertilizing your Lawn in the Fall

    October 15, 2012
    It's not unusual to fertilize your lawn in the spring, but don't let the cooler temperatures of autumn fool you. Fall actually is the best time to fertilize the grass, even better than springtime.
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  • Feeding the Insulin Resistant Horse

    October 8, 2012
    Insulin resistance is a problem that has recently been documented in horses, ponies and donkeys. The causes and effects of insulin resistance, as well as its diagnosis and treatment, as well as some tips on feeding the insulin resistant horse will be provided.
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  • Halloween Birds

    October 1, 2012
    Halloween is a spooky season, but what spooky birds are associated with this fun holiday? From scary birds to colorful ones, there are many different birds that can be used in Halloween decorations, unique activities, or just enjoying autumn wildlife.
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