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Deer in the snow.
The cold winter months are ahead of us and that means snow. Check out these adorable creatures having a good time playing in the snow.
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Don't let cabin fever bring you down this winter! Why stay cooped up inside when there's so much to do out in the snow? Bundle up, pack some hot chocolate, and go have some fun!
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Just because it's cold out doesn't mean the work stops -- make sure to remember these winter tasks to keep up with your property.
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This suet feeder offers high-energy food to a variety of birds through the winter.
  Prepare the feeder’s main column by drilling 1⁄4-inch holes horizontally through the 1-inch dowel at 41⁄2-inch intervals. Add the crossbars by inserting...
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" "Feed the birds, tuppence a bag. Tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a bag. Feed the birds," As sung by Mary Poppins. You can use these ideas to bring the birds to your acreage if you don...
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Choosing the right bird feeder is key to your success.
If you want to attract birds to your window this winter make sure you have the right feeder and the correct bird food. Food and water are needed for maximum benefit to the birds. CLICK ON OUR...
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A reader asked and we have the answer.
Q:  "How do I install a snow fence?" A:  You can't trick mother nature, but you can make the wind move the snow to where you want by properly installing a snow fence....
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Tractors should be driven carefully on snow and ice, especially in certain circumstances
Radio interview source: Richard Beard, Ag Engineering Specialist, Utah State University   Listen to the radio mp3 or read below In this edition of Maintenance Monday, we're answering a...
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As colder weather creeps in, it's your job to make sure your animals are warm, safe, and cared for. Here are some tips for getting your furry, feathered and finned friends ready for winter!
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Follow these tips to keep your koi and your pond healthy this fall and winter.

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