Insights

Read the latest articles from the experts at Stockdale’s and the Tennessee Farmers Cooperative.

November Gardening Checklist

November. It is now cold, windy, and rainy and gardening is done for another year. Or is it? Here is a checklist of things that could be done this month in your garden or yard: 1. Plant bulbs. As long…

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Vaccine Safety

At Stockdale’s, we do everything we can do to protect and maintain the quality of our vaccines. For years, we have used Polar Paks to keep vaccines cold while transporting them from one of our warehouses to your local Stockdale’s.…

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Tubs Provide Advantages

In recent years, lick tubs have become an increasingly popular method for beef producers to supplement their herds. The convenience of a concentrated, self-fed source of nutrition is very attractive, but the wide variety of products and prices can be…

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Hunting Safety Tips

All hunters need to consider safety before heading to the woods. Following are some simple precautions to make your hunting experience safe and successful: Get to know your firearm. Practice your marksmanship throughout the year and maintain your firearm so…

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Save Hay by Choosing the Right Type of Feeder

Hay feeders have become an important part of any cattle farm. Increased costs of producing hay have made it a valuable commodity. Fuel and equipment costs make today’s farmer look very closely at getting the most out of every bale…

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Plan for Fall Lawn Care Now

Fall lawn care might be the last thing on your mind during these dog days of summer, but planning your to-do list for those fall chores now will give you a head start on a healthy lawn next spring. Here…

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Easy Mouse Removal

As fall and winter approach, mice will be seeking refuge in homes, barns, and sheds looking for food and a place to build a nest. Here are a few simple steps to help rid your home from mice:1. Location, Location,…

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Advantages of Pelleted Feeds

Compared to other types of feedstuff, pelleted feeds are by far the most efficient choice for livestock producers. Given their size, pelleted feeds are compact, easy to distribute, and cleaner compared to most textured feeds. Pelleted feeds are known to…

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Choosing a Cattle Mineral

Since most cow-calf operations rely primarily on pasture or forage, supplementing with free-choice minerals often provides a sizeable return on investment. With hundreds of products available, all touting various claims, selecting a mineral that best fits your operation can be…

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