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Moving Your Chicks Outside

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If you’re raising chicks, you’re probably wondering when you can move them from the brooder box to their permanent home outside. Your local climate and availability of outdoor heating should influence your decision, but the most basic rule of thumb is that your chicks need to be fully feathered before you put them outside full time without supplemental heat.

Charcoal Grilling Tips | Quick Tips When Grilling with Charcoal

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When it comes to grilling out, cooking with charcoal can give your food a wonderful flavor. Read our charcoal grilling tips to find out what you need and some quick tips to help you when you grill.

How to Grow Bush Beans

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Backyard gardeners and large scale farmers alike find growing bush beans easy to do. As the name implies, these beans grow into bushes and don’t require poles for support. This versatile crop includes a wide variety of snap beans, green shelling beans and dry shell beans that are favorites on the dinner table.

Nationwide's Land As Your Legacy Program

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Nationwide's Land As Your Legacy program helps provide security to families engaged in the agricultural community so that the land and businesses that you have worked for generations will be preserved and remain a legacy for generations to come. The program customizes estate planning for farmers, ranchers and others in agribusiness.

Introducing the Saddle: Horse Training Tips

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Saddling a young horse for the first time can be intimidating and dangerous. Follow these Ten Tips to make the process easier and safer for both you and your horse.

Top 10 Horse Pasture Pleasers For Spring

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David Jessee give his top ten tips for pastures in the SPring 2007 issue of EquuSSource Magazine exclusively by Southern States

How To Grow Pole Beans

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How to Grow Pole Beans: Pole beans are bountiful plants that are easy to grow, making them a garden favorite. Choose from our many seed varieties and add some to your garden this year. Visit SouthernStates.com today and learn how to plant your own fruits and vegetables today.

How To Make Blueberry Jam

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Making and canning your own blueberry jam is not as tricky as you might think! Whether you have years of experience making preserves or just a little, this simple recipe will tantalize you with the taste of summer blueberries year-round!

Hay Testing and Soil Testing for Forage

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The principle of testing is the same: know what you’ve got since looking at a bale of hay or an acre of ground doesn’t tell all.

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