Buying and Storing Feed in the Summer
“How do I know if my feed is fresh?” This is particularly true in summer when the heat and humidity can be hard on stored feed. Generally, it would take 6 to 9 months for degradable ingredients like vitamins to diminish below guarantees, but for best quality, feed should be used before that time. For optimum freshness […]Read More
Beneficial Bugs: Insects You Actually Want to Keep Around!
When you think of summer and insects, you think of the nuisance of gnats flying around your face, the miniature chainsaw buzz of them landing in your ears, and several months of itchy, red welts from mosquitos making your vacation less than picturesque. Well, these things are certainly true to some degree, but there are some important insects that, without which, would create an even worse problem .Read More
Guide to Growing Organic Tomatoes
If there’s one vegetable that needs to be in your organic garden, it’s tomatoes! Juicy, red tomatoes are the taste of summer. In a salad, drizzled with olive oil, sliced with fresh mozzarella or even eaten like an apple, homegrown tomatoes make every summer meal taste better. Like all homegrown food, they’re picked when they’re […]Read More