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Starting Fall Seeds It may seem early but now is the time to start thinking of starting fall tomatoes and peppers from seed. July 15th is the start date to plant fall tomatoes. It takes 5-6 weeks to get them...


Water, shade, and the right nutrition can help mitigate heat stress in cattle. The weather report says it’s going to be a scorcher, and sure enough – the temperatures start steadily climbing. Cattle start grouping in shady spots. A few...


May Garden Tips May is the month that makes us think of beautiful flowers. Mother's Day is a perfect time to gift mom with a garden related item. Instead of the usual vase of cut flowers, plan ahead and give that...


April Garden Tips If April means spring to you; get out your gardening tools and get moving. A successful garden begins with good soil. Organic material is important to the soil composition. It helps with drainage and increases the microbe...


The Fish Truck from Stock My Pond (www.stockmypond.com) visits Mansfield Feed Mill on Thursday, May 27th from 4:00 - 5:00 pm.  If you buy fish, come in the store and save $1 off on Game Fish Chow. Stock My Pond offers...


February Garden Tips Keep in mind that the average last freeze for North Texas area is not until mid-March. Even so, many plants normally begin to show signs of growth in February, which makes it the perfect time, to get...


January Garden Tips It may be chilly outside at this time of the year, but winter is a perfect time for a number of outdoor chores. Just consider how much better outdoor chores like soil preparation, planting, transplanting and pruning...


December Garden Tips Working in your garden is an excellent escape during the holidays. It’s a great time of year to do some of the heavy work in the landscape as opposed to sweating it up in the heat of...


Preconditioning calves is one way that a farm or ranch can really add value, whether those cattle are staying on the farm or moving into a stocker or feedlot scenario. The producer implementing a preconditioning program may receive a higher...


Gastric discomfort may negatively affect a horse’s health, attitude and performance. Fortunately, recognizing signs of discomfort and providing proper equine management can help support your horse’s gastric health. Did you know that the prevalence of gastric discomfort in active horses...






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