Camping Spots in Tennessee You Must Visit

These 10 Amazing Camping Spots In Tennessee Are An Absolute Must See This great top ten list was compiled by Meghan O’Brien and posted on Only In Your State. Are you a big camper? Because for all of you outdoorsy folk out there in Tennessee, have we got a treat for you! Ten fantastic spots for you […]

Treestand Safety

Deer hunting season is approaching in both Tennessee and Kentucky. Learn more about deer season and the state and county specific requirements in Tennessee https://www.tn.gov/twra/article/deer-seasons and in Kentucky https://fw.ky.gov/Hunt/Pages/Deer-Hunting-Regs.aspx in preparation for a safe and enjoyable season. This week at Stockdale’s, you can also stock up early on deer-hunting essentials from buck feed and mineral […]

Pet Travel Safety

This article is care of the great pet people at Coastal Pet Products Inc. View this article and others on their website, www.coastalpet.com. Did you know? In some states, it is illegal for your pet to ride in the car without being restrained. Only 28% of dog owners use some type of restraint to secure their dog […]

Summer Lawn Care

If spring lawn care is about getting your lawn healthy and green, summer lawn care is about keeping it healthy while temperatures soar and rainfall becomes less frequent. It’s also about maintaining a lawn that can withstand all the barbecues, games, parties, and running feet that summer has to offer. After the spring growing season, […]

Advice for Athletic Field Turf Landscaping

For athletic field managers, golf course superintendents, and landscape professionals, overseeding bermudagrass with perennial ryegrass is a common practice. However, proper site preparation, water management, and quality seed are critical to achieving more than just satisfactory results. From the experts at Stockdale’s and skilled turf masters, these recommendations can give you the best chance for […]

The Best Way to Get Rid of Flies Around Horses, Barns and Stables

Flies are a nuisance for both horses and their owners and can be a serious cause for concern for the health of your horse. Fly season can start at the beginning of March and last until the first hard freeze in the fall. Don’t let these pests keep you from enjoying time with you horse […]