July 30, 2021Forages

Hay! What’s the Big Deal?!

You know it, you love it, you’ve probably used it. We’re talking hay. Join us as we break down types and storage of this forage go-to. Grass Hay Grass hay is often a good choice for all animals, as it’s easier on the kidneys due to its lowe …

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July 4, 2021General

Four Fun Independence Day Facts

On this day all those years, the United States of America declared independence from Britain – so you think! Check out these fun facts about Independence Day provided by Hocking College. 1. We Didn’t Actually Declare Independence on the 4t …

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June 26, 2021General

A Recipe for Successful Food Plots

Food plots with a variety of plant species serve as supplemental or emergency food supplies for wildlife to endure the extreme weather of winter months. They can also provide adequate food supplies for wildlife in the spring and summer months for rep …

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June 21, 2021General

Keep it Green, Folks

Keeping your grass green year-round is a difficult task, and it’s not just about watering. The key to having a green lawn in the summer is keeping it healthy and strong throughout the rest of the year.  Although it doesn’t seem like it- brown grass is …

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May 31, 2021General

The Memorial Day Symbol

Crops and flowers provide more than just food and beautiful statements in front of homes; they also provide symbols of the time of year or even symbols of celebration. For example, tulips and daffodils can signify springtime, or a reminder of someone …

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April 21, 2021General

Tips for Overseeding Your Lawn

Prepping your lawn for spring growth can be as simple or detailed as you’d like. If you’re willing to do a little planning, purchase some quality grass seed, and prepare your soil, it will be worth it. Timing Is Everything When planting cool-seas …

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