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Time to Vaccinate Those Horses! Right?

The American Association of Equine Practitioners has developed a recommended vaccination schedule for horses in the USA.  The AAEP recommends that all horses get  vaccinated against tetanus, encephalomyelitis, West Nile Disease and Rabies every year. While these recommendations are certainly … Continue reading

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Ramm Fence is On Sale

If you want to put up some fancy fencing for your livestock, Ramm Fence is a good place to get it from.  Ramm Horse Fencing and Stalls is an Ohio-based company that sells high quality fencing at prices to match. … Continue reading

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I Wish That I Could Take My Horse On the Subway

Here in the good ol’ US of A, horses don’t seem to capture the national imagination the way that they do in some other countries.  England, Germany, France, Austria, Holland, Sweden and apparently Norway are countries where horses hold a … Continue reading

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King and Queen of the Garden

Every year, I keep an eye on the outstanding performers in my garden. These have to be varieties that thrive despite my relatively low level of management, and can be grown without the use of synthetic fungicides or insecticides. On … Continue reading

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King and Queen of the Garden

Every year, I keep an eye on the outstanding performers in my garden. These have to be varieties that thrive despite my relatively low level of management, and can be grown without the use of synthetic fungicides or insecticides. On … Continue reading

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The $64 Plumcot

Every once in a while, I’ll meet a back to the lander who harkens back to the 1970′s and will share stories about the good ol’ days with me. They tell tales of honey bee colonies that needed no care … Continue reading

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The $64 Plumcot

Every once in a while, I’ll meet a back to the lander who harkens back to the 1970’s and will share stories about the good ol’ days with me. They tell tales of honey bee colonies that needed no care … Continue reading

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Full of Beans

Yesterday, I planted edamame and pole beans. After the winter we had, planting beans seems optimistic, even this late in the season. I still have been bracing for more snow. Anyhow, I planted a couple of my favorite varieties: Tamara … Continue reading

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Full of Beans

Yesterday, I planted edamame and pole beans. After the winter we had, planting beans seems optimistic, even this late in the season. I still have been bracing for more snow. Anyhow, I planted a couple of my favorite varieties: Tamara … Continue reading

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