Moles are known for being garden and yard pests found around the world. Moles are highly territorial, carnivorous small animals that feed on earthworms, grubs, and insects. What moles are most known for is their use of tunnels to travel.…Read More
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Proper care and feeding of mares during pregnancy is vital to both the mare and foal. It’s important for the pregnant mare to maintain moderate to moderately fleshy body condition throughout pregnancy. After foaling and during lactation, mares will lose weight…Read More
Whether you've gardening for a week or a decade, mistakes are inevitable. By fixing, you can see a great difference in your garden’s success this year! 1. Using disease-susceptible plants. Gardens planted with attention to disease-resistant plants are much easier…Read More
As we approach spring, the warmer weather calls for preventative measures to reduce the potential for cattle to develop the costly, often-deadly disease known as grass tetany. Grass tetany is a complex metabolic disorder of cattle associated with a deficiency…Read More
In this video, Barry Gray, Regional Livestock Specialist, discusses things to consider when purchasing a livestock system, including safety for you and your animals, durability and longevity. The livestock systems purchased at Stockdale’s have many great benefits and features. Barry…Read More
Without proper care, your lawn can quickly become a battleground between grass and weeds. Fortunately, each spring provides a new opportunity to take strides toward improving your lawn with the convenient Bonide 4-Phase Lawn care program. Begin phase one in…Read More
Most likely, forages are not able to meet the requirements of cattle for several essential minerals regardless of season. In Tennessee, phosphorus, copper, zinc, and selenium are deficient in most grazing situations. While forages are not completely devoid of these…Read More