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Tractor Safety Guidelines

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Studies show tractors are involved in a high proportion of farm injuries and fatalities, causing productivity losses, serious injury and loss of life. Fortunately, you can prevent most accidents by staying vigilant and following a few basic tractor safety guidelines.

Choosing The Right Pet For Your Family

Pet
So your family wants a new pet? Picking out the right dog, cat or other pet is an important decision and requires research from folks who know. Start by making sure that your family is involved in the decision from the beginning.

Where To Hang Hummingbird Feeders

Garden
With their miniature size and unique ability to hover in mid-air, hummingbirds are fascinating to watch. Many people hang feeders to attract the tiny birds. While hummingbirds usually find backyard feeders without any trouble, some places in your yard are better to hang them than others.

Gas Grilling Safety Tips

Home
The National Fire Protection Association reminds us that June and July are peak months for gas grilling accidents making this the perfect time for a refresher course on the following safe grilling tips.

Choosing the Proper Kennel or Crate for Your Dog

Pet
Just like humans, dogs like their own space. Dog crates, kennels, and exercise pens are widely available. But which option is right for your dog?

What to Do When Your Foal Fails to Thrive

Horse
If you’ve been tending to your broodmare and all her nutritional needs, chances are you will be greeted with a healthy foal that sails through the baby stages without problem. Unfortunately even with the best laid plans, problems may arise. So what should you do if your foal doesn’t thrive?

Stinky Feet: The Dangers of Thrush

Horse
Thrush is a primary concern, whether your horse lives mainly at pasture or in a stable, especially in wet weather.

Designing a Stable Environment for Your Horse

Horse
A well-designed horse barn promotes the health, safety and performance of your horses.

Storing Hay - Common Problems to Watch For

Horse
There are several items to be aware of when storing hay, not only to maintain the quality of the hay, but also to prevent threats to your livestock and horses such as mold and fire.

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