Cobalt, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, selenium and zinc are trace minerals important to good cattle nutrition. Ranchers and feedlot operators need to know whether or not these minerals are available in their regions and supplement deficiencies accordingly. This […]
Now that the weather is finally warming up, we are spending more time with our horses, and are looking forward to even more enjoyable riding weather.
There are some nutritional concerns, however, during this season, and some management issues […]
Spring, one of our favorite times of the year. The snow is gone, the trees are blooming and it’s time to spend more time outside. Stop by Eagle Hardware Farm & Ranch for your tomato, and pepper plants!
Planting & Sowing:
- Now is […]
Spring is just a couple months away, bringing warm sunny days, green grass and newborn foals, but, we must get through winter first. Winter poses some nutritional challenges for pregnant mares because this is the time when they […]
February is vegetable planing time for cool season crops such as onions, Irish potatoes, radishes, greens, spinach, sugar-snap peas, carrots, broccoli, beets and turnips. Early planting ensures a good harvest prior to the summer heat. Hold off on warm season summer […]
Proper storage of hay between harvest and feeding is critical for preserving nutrients in the hay and assuring that you have high quality hay to feed your cattle when they need it most during the winter months. The nutrient requirements of […]
Title: HOW Meeting – Horse Owner’s Workshop
Location: Eagle Hardware Farm & Ranch
Description: Mark you calendars now! Our Purina Horse Owner’s Workshop (HOW Meeting) is scheduled for May 4, 2010
Learn about new discoveries being made at the one-of-a-kind Purina equine Research Farm […]