Two Beautiful Miniature Horse Geldings
Two beautiful and friendly Miniature horse geldings.
The dark bay is 9 years old, and the chestnut is 14. Both are 32″ tall.
They love people and attention and are halter trained. They also lead well and are good about having their feet done.
Tips for growing garlic
Growing garlic is one of the most rewarding things you can do. Not only is garlic great tasting, it’s packed with health benefits. You might …
Finding the best joint supplement for small dogs
Small dogs are wonderful. Unfortunately, they are also prone to joint problems. While issues such as hip dysplasia tend to only plague large breeds, small dogs are exceptionally prone to slipped kneecaps (luxating patellas) and sprains from jumping off high surfaces. You can help ensure your small dog stays active by feeding it a supplement designed to treat joint discomfort or damage.
Do ducks eat ticks? Yes, they do!
I think we can all agree ticks are pretty much the worst creatures on the planet. In today’s environmentally-conscious world, increasing numbers of people are looking for green solutions to common issues like pest control. As backyard poultry keeping grows more popular, many people find themselves asking the question: do ducks eat ticks? The answer is a resounding YES!
How to keep mice and rats out of your chicken barn
Mice and rats pretty much go hand in hand with farming, unfortunately! instead of being horrified, just know you can keep mice and rats out of your chicken barn. I’ll show you how to do this below, by improving the security and cleanliness of your barnyard, as well as by regularly setting traps.
The most useful supplies for winter horse care
Winter horse care isn’t always very fun, but it’s important for our horses’ health. Here’s some MUST have winter horse supplies to make your life easier.
Fluffy baby chicks from Cackle Hatchery
If you’re a poultry fancier, one of the best parts of spring is finally getting your long-awaited box of baby poultry. Baby chicks are pretty much the cutest thing on the planet, and our chicks for 2017 are no exception.