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Duckingham Palace

Ducks are basically like chickens. I think this misconception, very common among poultry keepers, is the greatest obstacle to keeping ducks. All poultry books I’ve read ( 1,327 more words


Time to plant forage

August is a busy time of year in my climate. Contrary to what many people think, this is the time of year to plant perennial forage plants, not in spring. 559 more words


Standing By

August 11, 2017

Yesterday, my friend Ken, installed this short section of tile. I have been wanting to do this job for two years. It was on the schedule for this summer because the feedlot expansion project now makes drainage the utmost important. 194 more words


Great Hay Weather

Most people enjoy sunny, warm, slightly breezy, and moderate humidity weather with a big blue sky filled with big puffy white clouds. Many people would call this ideal picnic weather. 1,305 more words


Tree-line mowing, a vision, and the Terminator

One of the challenges of fences and trees are that they are difficult to mow around; this reason, more than anything else it seems, determines the pattern of the rural countryside. 1,036 more words


Fencing solutions

Fencing is essential to managed rotational grazing, yet there is virtually no consensus on how to build fences or even what kind of fences should be used. 1,055 more words


In Conservation, Doing Nothing is Doing Something

Engrained in the American psyche is romanticism of unsettled country, where man seldom trods and wild animals run unimpeded. Many like to think this is they way the Americas were before European settlement. 720 more words