Living the Country Life

Protection Content

A few ways to protect your animals and minimize losses
Livestock producers lose thousands of sheep, lambs, and other animals to predators, leading to millions of dollars in losses. Coyotes, bobcats, even domestic dogs are enemy number one. Charlie Lee...
Add extra protection against burglary and disasters
What documents and valuables would be hard to replace or leave you devastated if you lost them? Titles and deeds, savings bonds, birth certificates, and family heirlooms are just a few examples of...
Digging around the trees can have detrimental effects for years to come
If you’re involved in a construction project, do what you can to avoid tree damage -- whether the trees have historical or cultural significance, or they are just your favorites. Karen...
TriForce is an innovative, pest control product that provides triple-threat protection against fleas, ticks and mosquitoes for dogs and cats.
Even a little stream on your property eventually reaches a large watershed, so you must control excess nutrients, erosion, and sediment. There are a few key steps to take to protect your stream....
Get on a ladder and clean the gutters on your house. Leaves, nesting birds, and animals can get inside, forming a clog that forces the water to elsewhere. A protective gutter cover will eliminate the...
Lightning crackles with approximately 30 million volts of electricity, so without the proper precautions, a strike to your home or outbuildings might mean disaster. Radio interview source: Kim Loehr...
Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Call a professional Listen to this radio show (MP3 download) or read below. Radio interview source: Kim Loehr, marketing communications consultant, Lightning Protection Institute Every...