Thank you to the Vetericyn Livestock Line and the ever so famous Scott Hand for this information. In these individual video’s you will learn about how to take care of udder sores, a calf’s umbilical, hyperkeratosis and pink eye. Please let us know if you have any questions and please feel free to pass along!
Nutrena will have representatives at the Idaho Horse Expo, April 20 to 22, 2012, ready and willing to help test hay quality using state-of-the-art equipment and make recommendations for your feeding program aimed at ensuring all of your livestock is getting the proper nutrition.
Thank you to Hiatt Manufacturing for letting us publish this article by Don and Lillian Stokes on Winter Bird Species.
What birds can you expect at your bird feeders in winter? Quite a few if you keep your feeders well supplied with quality bird seeds and suet. A great majority of birds that breed in the U.S. migrate south for the winter, especially if they are birds that eat mainly insects. But many birds live in one area all year round, and other birds will come to your feeders just in winter.
Thank you to Hiatt Manufacturing for letting us publish this article by Don and Lillian Stokes on bird feeding Holiday gift ideas.
1. Give a Stokes Select Seed Tube Feeder, with a bag of Stokes Select Cardinal Songbird seed. This feeder and seed mix attract the widest variety of birds such as Chickadees, Titmice, Nuthatches, Finches, Cardinals Woodpeckers, Jays, Grosbeaks.
Vetericyn is holding a contest that could win your favorite non-profit, animal charity a year’s supply of Vetericyn. A nomination period from September 1st to September 23rd, 2011 is taking place on the Vetericyn website then voting will take place on the Vetericyn Facebook page from October 3rd to October 31st, 2011.
Attracting and feeding Western Birds is fun and rewarding. There are many kinds of western birds since the West covers a vast area with many different kinds of habitats.