Recent Blog Posts

  • Protecting Your Landscape From Deer

    September 1, 2014
    You've worked hard on your lawn and garden throughout the season and you want wildlife to flourish all around you, but regular visits from deer can negatively impact your landscaping efforts.
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  • Tips On Raising Poultry

    July 1, 2014
    Raising chickens on your estate or even in your backyard is a very fulfilling activity that requires dedicated time and practice. No matter how large of an operation you’re running, there are many important tips on raising poultry that every beginner must be aware of.
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  • Stink Bugs

    June 15, 2014
    What is a stink bug? What do they eat? How do I get rid of them? Find out all you need to know to keep your garden and home stink bug free this year!
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  • Something Bugging You?

    June 1, 2014
    Agway Offers Tips for Summer Insect ControlThose of you who enjoyed the mild winter beware - you could be paying the price this summer.
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  • Maintaining your pastures

    September 1, 2013
    What can you do in the fall months to preserve and utilize pasture? Even under cool soil temperatures, cool season grasses can produce shoots and new sprouts from the mother plants. Undergrazing can be a problem since horses prefer lush new growth to stemmy, older plants.
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  • Protecting Your Landscape From Deer

    January 15, 2013
    Although difficult for the soft-hearted, turning a cold shoulder to visiting deer is the right thing to do…
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  • Coping with Pest Deer

    June 1, 2012
    Deer have become a major pest of gardens throughout North America, from rural farms to urban parks. People and deer share habitat like never before. How can we keep our garden plants intact, yet live in peace with our hooved neighbors?
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  • Winterizing Your Horse

    January 15, 2012
    As the nights begin earlier and the leaves start to fall, you know that winter is never far behind. If your horse is going to spend winter outside, inside, or a combination of the two, you will need to work that little bit harder to keep your horse in healthy condition.
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