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Family Time: Raising Turkeys

04.30.2009 · Posted in Family Articles

Raising turkeys is a good side-line business for small farmers. Most farmers look for "recession buster" residual incomes during economic times like we have today. Raising turkeys is a six or so month project. It is recommended that the poults be purchased in May, then killed at 6 - 6 1/2 months. ...

Outside Bunnies Need The Safety Of A Nice Hutch

04.21.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

When you keep them indoors or outdoors, rabbits make great pets. If you wish to keep your rabbit outside, then you will definitely need to get yourself an outdoor rabbit hutch. You can get outdoor rabbit hutches from several different places, including auctions on eBay, online stores, or possibly your local pet store. ...

Contribute to Earth Day by Using Organic Fertilizers

04.15.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Earth Day was first established on April 22nd in 1970 and has steadily been growing in acceptance with the citizen of the world. It marked a start of a modern environmental movement and has today become one of the most recognized symbols of the need for global environmental conservation. ...

3 Essential Items to Maintain of Your Rabbit

04.13.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

If you are wanting to keep rabbits it is important to look at rabbit hutch supplies. You will definitely not be up to do without a rabbit hutch. If you are looking at keeping more than just a single rabbit for your home, then you're going to need more than one hutch because rabbits have ...

Learn All About Organic Fertilizers And it’s Benefits for Organic Farming

04.12.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

More and more backyard gardeners, small farmers and even the bigger agricultural farms nowadays are using organic fertilizers in their gardening and growing process. The increase in the use of this is due to the higher demands for organic produce and the big advancement to the business position once a certification is awarded to it ...

How to Protect Your Corn Against Insects

04.08.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Now that your corn crop is planted, you still need to watch out for it because there still many things than can hurt your crop but none more than insects. Insects will eat your corn and lay eggs inside the husks making the crop useless and making all that time and money you put into ...

Why Pigs Make Good Pets

04.05.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

A lot of people would never consider owning a pig but many people do own them as pets and love them because they are very cute and charming. Pigs are charming creatures who do make great pets and are not the ***** animals people think they are. Pigs may take a lot of work to ...

Various Uses for Corn

04.03.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

There is no shortage of things to do with your corn when you are finished with it. Corn comes in a myriad of varieties. Most widely known varieties|strains|three kinds| of corn, the most valuable one being dent corn or field corn which is primarily used as cattle feed, sweet corn that is often sold on ...

Growing Corn Tips and Advice

04.02.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

A lot of people are interested in crowing corn but think the job is very hard and too difficult to do. Moreover, they might have the interest but not the time to grow the corn. There is a lot of work and time involved when growing corn. It takes a lot of practice to master ...

Become a better horseback rider with these tips.

02.26.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Whether you like to go horseback riding as a relaxing hobby or a sport, your clothes should be comfortable. Riding clothes or equestrian clothes are made for horseback riding but most comfortable long pants or long sleeve shirts will do. The most important thing you should wear when you go horseback riding is ...