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Professionally grown sod is sturdy, dense, and virtually weed-free. Laying sod provides instant gratification ... no need to wait for seed!
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Dirt happens in the country! A mudroom can help keep it contained and out of your house.
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Upside-down tomato planters are all the rage this season, but there's no need to spend a lot of money to buy them. Here's how to make them yourself!
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Before and after; a farmhouse gets a facelift
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A great alternative to a deck or concrete slab, a brick patio allows you to create a number of stylish patterns, adding beauty to your home. Here's how to get a great look.
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These floor plans incorporate different features. Pick and choose to customize a plan of your own.
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A shop can serve many purposes on an acreage -- a place to store and repair tractors and other equipment, weld, do woodworking and garden preparation, and even play games and relax.
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I live in a cow barn. The cows left long ago when the dairy operation seized and original owners sold the place, but after renovations, it now has a warm, woodsy back-to-nature feel.
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See how three old barns were transformed into new, useful spaces
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Whether you have rabbits as pets or for commercial use, they need a nice hutch to live in. If you want a customized cage, building one may be the best option. Jim Miller is a district director...