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Cover photo for May Farm Management Checklist

May Farm Management Checklist

Complete spring vaccinations if not done so already. Deworm livestock and horses if necessary. Implement a fly control program (manure removal/composting, …

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May Lawn and Garden Tips

Weed Control Control weeds prior to planting vegetables and flowers. Shallow cultivation will kill many weeds and their germinating seeds …

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April Lawn and Garden Tips

Vegetable Garden Hopefully you planted your Spring garden back in March. If you haven’t you can still get away with …

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Spring Grazing and Laminitis Risk

Spring grazing is often associated with laminitis concerns for many area horse owners. Cool season grasses (such as fescue) …

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Managing Drought-Stressed Pastures

Currently, about three quarters of Polk County is considered by the U.S. drought monitor to be under moderate drought conditions …

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Understanding Your Hay Analysis

A hay analysis will help you best understand what you are feeding your horse and how to best meet …