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What to Look for in Your Stock Feed

Feeding your animals is a daily chore. How you feed them is going to depend on their purpose. Many animals are raised for food production. In this case, the stock feed you give them needs to be good enough. Here are some of the important things you need to know when looking for stock feed.  Types Many farmers use a fodder (mix of grains or ingredients used to make feed). What is in this fodder is dependent on where it is grown and for what purpose. Read More 

Mowing And Towing: Choosing Rode On Mower Accessories For Maintaining Ornamental Lawns

A ride on mower is a tremendous labour saving device, and can take a lot of hard work out of the business of maintaining a beautiful ornamental lawn. However, these machines are useful for far more than simply keeping your grass trimmed. With a range of towable attachments and accessories available for purchase and hire, your mower can be used to fulfil a variety of functions to keep your grass green and healthy year round. Read More 

Common Pressure Problems with Your Hot Water Tank and Their Solutions

A hot water tank will supply your home and with proper functioning and maintenance, it will last for years. However, in the course of their service life, a hot water tank can pick up some problems that may interfere with its functionality. One of the major issues is water pressure. Issues with water pressure can be inconveniencing, especially when you turn on your hot shower and there's not enough water coming out. Read More 

Tips For Preventing Silage Contamination on Forage Harvesters

Forage wagons have an important role to play during the silage harvesting process in a farm. However, there are many times when farm owners run into huge losses as a result of silage contamination on forage wagons during or shortly after the harvest. It is important for farm managers and owners alike to understand the various causes of silage contamination and how this problem can be prevented. Below is a brief discussion on the same. Read More 

4 Signs Of Nutritional Deficiencies In Puppies

As your puppy's bones, brain and immune system are still growing and developing they need more nutrient-dense foods than adult dogs. For this reason, you should feed them a specially-formulated puppy food suitable for their age and size, but you should also be aware of how to recognise signs of nutritional deficiencies. Here's an overview of four signs of nutritional deficiencies in puppies: Digestive Upset You may be feeding your dog a premium brand of puppy food, but what if they aren't absorbing all of the nutrients in their food because they have food allergies? Read More