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Fireworks and Your Pets

2010-12-29T14:21:18-07:00December 29th, 2010|Categories: Articles, News|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Implications of Fireworks on Pets

As the New Year approaches, so does time for celebrations and fireworks. Fireworks are a celebratory gesture, but many people don’t realize the implications they may have on animals. 

According to Dr. Audrey Cook, clinical associate professor at the Texas […]

Eagle Hardware Farm & Ranch Holiday Hours

2010-12-20T16:04:53-07:00December 20th, 2010|Categories: Events, News & Updates|Tags: , , , , , |

Happy Holidays from Eagle Hardware Farm & Ranch! 
Check out our holiday hours for December and January:

Friday, December 24th:  We will close early, at NOON!
Friday, December 24th:  2pm Church Service
Saturday, December 25th:  Closed
Saturday, January 1st: OPEN

Know Your Horse’s Critical Temperature

2010-09-28T08:15:24-07:00January 5th, 2010|Categories: Articles, News & Updates|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Winterize Your HorseCritical temperature is the temperature below which the animal must produce additional heat to maintain normal body temperature. Mature horses in good condition have a critical temperature around 30 degrees Fahrenheit during early winter. Horses will require […]

Plan Now for Winter Feeding Program

2010-09-28T08:15:31-07:00December 19th, 2009|Categories: Articles, News & Updates|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

cropped-dreamstime_41537191.jpgNow is the time to plan your beef herd winter feeding program.  Fine-tuning winter feeding management helps optimize performance, but it is also essential for good animal husbandry, according to livestock nutrition and animal health experts with north Carolina State university (nCSu).

10-Point […]

Take Precautions to Preserve Nutrients In Hay

2010-09-28T08:15:43-07:00December 19th, 2009|Categories: Articles, News & Updates|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

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 cattle are more likely to be met with quality […]

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