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Making Your Own Animal Feed Can Save You Money

20th October 2010
If you run a farm then your livestock is of upmost importance to you, they can however be expensive to keep fed and watered. There is of course an answer; you can produce your own animal feed pellets. In the UK you can purchase small scale animal feed ... Read >
Author: IanSpencer

Ideas For Above Ground Pool Covers

15th October 2010
Regardless if you are using your above ground swimming pool or not you will need a swimming pool cover throughout the season. A cover for your above ground swimming pool will prevent dirt, bugs, sticks, and leaves from getting into your above ground swimm... Read >
Author: James

Splenda Side Effects How Splendid Is Splenda?

13th October 2010
Grab a cup of coffee at your local coffee house and you are sure to see Splenda alongside the sugar and cream. Long touted for its benefits as a zero-calorie artificial sweetener, it has also come under fire for some of the side effects that many users ha... Read >
Author: Tobias Z.

Proxy EFT Tapping

01st October 2010
Definition of Proxy Tapping Proxy Tapping is doing Emotional Freedom Techniques on behalf of other individuals, animals or things.. My kitty had an accident as a result of which he hurt his front leg and paw. After taking him to the vet, I did surrogat... Read >
Author: Coerdelion

Frequent Care and Maintenance of your Flowerhorn Cichlid is Required, Here are Simple Means to Do it

06th September 2010
The majority of us would want to improve the attractiveness of our home one very good example is setting up a tank for your fish. Keeping an aquarium must have a regular maintenance because much like other animals fish demands special care for them to thr... Read >
Author: Tyra Woods

The Types of Dog Muzzles

20th August 2010
A dog muzzle is a device that restricts the movements of a dog's mouth. Although giving a dog its freedom would seem like an act of kindness, there are instances when dog muzzles are necessary. In turn, such instances categorize the types of dog muzzles a... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Feeding Swans - Do Not Feed Swans Without Reading This!

11th August 2010
Unlike other animals, Swans would not care much if their feeds would not be enclosed in a special feeding container. Feeding swans is that easy, too! When you toss those birdseed mixes that is intended for geese and ducks, they would never complain. Even ... Read >
Author: Andrew Grey

Border Terrier Training – 3 Ways to Ramp up Your Training Results

02nd July 2010
I have a Border Terrier at home and boy; he used to be a real tough customer. I named him Ruru. Now, Ruru used to go all kooky especially when he sees little animals moving about. It totally bothers me whenever I see him go after them poor creatures like ... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

How To Get Rid of Fungal Infection Caused by Ringworm From Your House

27th May 2010
You could catch some infections or diseases without your awareness through a direct contact of anything that were infected or contaminated. We cannot protect ourselves entirely from any disease since microorganisms that causes some minor or major disorder... Read >
Author: Preston Blackmore

How Serious is Fungal Infection in Ringworm?

27th May 2010
Ringworm which is mainly caused by fungal infection is widely spread all over the world. It is common fungal infection that affects children but it can also involve adults including animals. Ringworm is just a simple skin disorder that started only as a m... Read >
Author: Preston Blackmore

The Different Uses of Farm Tractors

21st May 2010
The field of agriculture has provided us with a lot of things especially on the supply of the food that we consume daily. Aside from the food, it has given us the raw materials in making different kinds of products. Farmers or people who engage in agricul... Read >
Author: nuscheysmith

How to Bridle a Horse... Correctly!

05th May 2010
Do you want to know how to correctly bridle your horse? Bridling a horse is not as easy as it may seem. If you do it incorrectly, it may be become traumatic for the horse. The rider may be affected or injured as well. Before bridling a horse, you mu... Read >
Author: Annabelle Cabella

The Best Place to Have a Farm

30th April 2010
Where is the best place to have a farm? The simplest answer to that question is probably: where your crops will grow. But nothing in life is ever easy, so you should consider a few basic facts. What will you be growing on your farm? Some crops will on... Read >
Author: Source101.com

10 X 12 Shed Or Lean To Shed-Which Should You Go For?

30th April 2010
When it comes to solving your storage solutions there are a huge number of choices available to you including a pretty standard lean to shed, a 10 X 12 storage shed or perhaps a more ambitious project involving barn building plans. This article looks at m... Read >
Author: Garden Shed Plans

3 Sided Horse Barn Designs-The Easy and Economical Horse Shelter

23rd April 2010
Even if you live in a mild climate, your horses require shelter from the weather. A horse shelter also has to withstand the kicks and abuse it takes from horses, so it has to be safe and sturdy. Taking all these factors into consideration, a 3 sided horse... Read >
Author: Kevin M. Brown
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