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*NEW* RUGS AVAILABLE FOR ORDER

For pricing and availability please E-mail or Call our Furniture Department in Whitesboro (903)-564-3386 or Pilot Point (940)-365-3636!

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COMFORTSTALL FLOORING SYSTEMS

Why ComfortStall?ComfortStall offers an impressive list of benefits - improved joint health, improved respiratory health, elimination of hock sores, improved quality of rest, relief from the symptoms of laminitis, reduced need for stall bandaging, thermal insulation, less bedding (some claiming as much as 75% less), less cleaning time, and no floor maintenance required.Did you know?Urea [...]

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WHY HAYGAIN STEAMERS??

Why Haygain hay steamers?The Haygain hay steamer has been shown conclusively in scientific trials to kill harmful mold, fungal spores, bacteria and dust mites found in hay; and remove the health threat from respirable dust.Research has shown that 88% of horses suffer from Inflammatory Airway Disease (IAD) and that steaming hay with a Haygain hay [...]

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CARING FOR YOUR ANDERSON BEAN BOOTS

CARING FOR YOUR ANDERSON BEAN BOOTS Keep them clean!Regularly clean your boots with a good non-alkaline leather cleaner (like Lexol Leather Cleaner). Use a soft cloth and rinse with water. DO NOT USE SADDLE SOAP. It will dry out the hide. Condition your boots.Boot leather needs to have its natural moisture restored often with a [...]

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​Going Green is Natural for the Big Green Egg

Protecting the environment is on everyone’s mind these days – even when it comes to barbecuing. You can’t go wrong with a cooker that has “green” as its middle name. The Big Green Egg can actually help you be a more environmentally responsible outdoor chef.Here’s how: The Big Green Egg can save precious natural resources. The [...]

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"Why Fertilize?"

Have you ever wondered "Why fertilize" or "What to look for” when it comes to fertilizers?Why fertilize? We fertilize to provide the proper nutrients so the plants grow and develop healthy. The plants grow in size with better foliage, flowers and fruit. They also are able to withstand stress such as drought and heat [...]

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Gardening To Do List - March in the Garden

Gardening To Do List - March in the Garden March is a guessing game in the garden. About the only thing we can count on is that March too shall pass. So go ahead and push the envelope, but keep the row covers handy. Everyone should have their seeds started, their trees and shrubs pruned and [...]

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HOBBY FARMING CHEAT SHEET

Hobby Farming For Dummies Cheat SheetFrom Hobby Farming For DummiesBy Theresa A. HusarikIf you’re thinking about taking up farming as a hobby, educate yourself about the responsibilities. Research hobby farming by using local resources (like the library and neighbors), using the Internet, and volunteering at a farm. When you decide to plant, make sure you know your area’s growing [...]

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WHICH TYPE OF CHICKENS SHOULD YOU GET?

Raising Chickens 101: Choosing Chicken Breeds Which Type of Chicken Should You Get?By The Old Farmer's Almanac Dec 11, 2018 Choosing the right chicken breed is an important part of raising chickens. Here are some things to consider when trying to find the right chicken breed for you.See the first post in our Raising Chickens 101 series: How to [...]

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