Recent Blog Posts

  • Winterizing Your Flock

    January 1, 2013
    Chickens need 14 to 16 hours of “daylight. ” One of the best ways to keep up egg production is to continue providing supplemental lighting to extend the “daylight” hours until the sun can take over full time. A single 60 to 100 watt bulb set on a timer will suffice.
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  • Rabbit Tips: Better Breeding from the 4-Square Philosophy for Success

    December 1, 2012
    Better breeding is the foundation for high-quality rabbit, whether as a pet or for showing purposes, which is why it holds the first square in Purina’s 4-Square Philosophy for Success in raising rabbits.
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  • Rabbit Tips: The 4-Square Philosophy for Success

    December 1, 2012
    With research and suggestions from rabbit owners and breeders across the nation, Purina has identified the 4-Square Philosophy for Success to help you care for your animals the best you can.
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  • Western Wear for Your Horse Show

    October 1, 2012
    Choosing the right outfit for your horseshow can be a difficult choice leading to plenty of anxiety and indecision. This is especially true for western disciplines with timeless and established fashion traditions.
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  • Autumn Cow Calf Management Tips

    September 1, 2012
    Here are some general cow-calf management reminders for the fall season. This information has been adapted from the “Beef Cow Herd Calendar”1 developed by the Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service.
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  • How to Preserve Nutrients in Hay

    August 1, 2012
    Proper storage of hay between harvest and feeding is critical for preserving nutrients and assuring that you'll have high quality hay to feed your cattle during the winter months they need it most.
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  • How to Keep your Rabbit Healthy and Happy During the Summer

    July 1, 2012
    Although we humans typically look forward to the summer months, rabbits don’t tolerate heat well. They thrive in temperatures between 60º and 70º. So observe your rabbit daily to gauge how he’s coping with the summer heat.
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