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  • What Are Some Advantages of Closed-Loop BHO Extraction?


    The extraction of THC has risen in popularity and mainstream acceptance since the legalization of marijuana at various levels across the United States. If you've recently developed an interest in THC extraction, you may be wondering how the process works and what you need to get started. Before you invest in any kind of BHO extraction equipment, make sure you understand what you're getting. Here's a look at a few reasons why you should consider a closed-loop extraction system.
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  • Three Things to Keep in Mind When Adding Alfalfa Hay to Your Horse's Diet


    Alfalfa hay has long been used as feed for horses. As it is higher in calories than grass hays like Timothy and orchard, it is often added to the diets of horses who need to gain weight, are doing heavy work, or are nursing. However, there are some intricacies to keep in mind if you're thinking of adding alfalfa hay to your horse's diet. Alfalfa is high in protein. Alfalfa is typically between 15% and 20% crude protein.
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  • Maintaining Your Well In Winter


    Winter is a time when freezing temperatures and excess precipitation can affect the functionality of your well. Knowing how to care for your well at this time of year is critical. The following tips will help you prevent water, snow and ice from damaging your well in winter.  Ensure Your Fertilizer is Protected and Put Away One of the greatest threats to most underground water sources is chemical pollution from the environment above the ground—and much of that pollution comes from lawn and garden fertilizer.
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  • Creating A Kids' Play Area In Your Yard


    If you have a child, you know the importance in making sure they get enough daily exercise. One way to increase the amount of time they spend outdoors is to create an area in your yard that will entice them to play when they are at home. Here are a few tips you can use to make your play area one your child will wish to frequent often, helping them to get fresh air and the exercise they need to stay healthy and happy.
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  • Can't Seem To Keep Enough Hay For Your Livestock? Feed Them Alfalfa Cubes Instead


    When you have livestock, finding enough forage or hay that is of high quality can be a daunting task. If the weather was not conducive for growing, curing and storing hay, there may be a shortage of what you need. Oh, there may be enough hay in general, but the quality may not meet the nutritional needs of your animals. Changing from one grower to the next as one runs out is not a good idea either as it may cause digestive problems in some of the livestock due to quality changes.
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  • How To Know It Is Time To Call For Professional Tree Removal Or Trimming


    As a homeowner, you have to make sure that everything from the house itself to your sidewalk is well maintained. This includes the trees in your yard. Therefore, it is important to know just when you should call for help. After all, trimming large trees or removing any size of tree is not something that the inexperienced homeowner is going to want to tackle on his or her own. Branches Are Growing Past Your Property Line
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  • Rock Picking On The Farm: How To Recycle The Rocks You Pick


    Every spring, farm families go out into the fields and pick rocks out of their farmland. The rocks have surfaced with the shifting, freezing and thawing of the earth. Until the rocks are removed, the farmers cannot plant their crops. Unfortunately, that also means they have to drop the rocks somewhere where they will no longer be a nuisance. There is a way to recycle those rocks and use them for good.
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  • Using Agriculture Drones To Remove Birds From Crops


    If you own a farm or large parcel of land that you are using to harvest crops to be sold, you will want to do whatever you possibly can to keep your vegetation from being eaten by pests. Birds are one creature known for feasting upon many different types of crops including berries and seed crops. Using an agriculture drone can help your farm by giving you information about which areas of your land is at risk as well as giving you the peace of mind that the drone itself will help scare away the pesky birds.
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  • How To Get Garden-Fresh Vegetables All Winter Long


    If you think that the advent of fall means you have to say goodbye to your garden-fresh vegetables, think again! Many winter vegetables thrive in cold weather and will help you create delicious homemade soups, stews, and other hearty meals all winter long. Read on to learn about five types of vegetables that should grow quite well in your winter garden: 1. Garlic and onions Many bulb-based plants, including garlic and onions, are impervious to wild swings in temperature, making them great year-round additions to any garden.
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  • Memorable Makeovers: The Benefits Of Restoring Old Tractors


    Do you have memories of summer days on the farm and riding on the tractor with your dad or grandfather when you were a kid? You may recall the smell of fresh soil as you plowed the fields or the scent of freshly mowed hay on a July afternoon. You probably had a certain tractor you fell in love with, and simply seeing a picture of it can transport you back to those carefree days on the family farm.
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