Your wonderful competition horse just isn’t what he used to be. Whether he’s showing his age or a little unsoundness has cropped up, maybe he’s stopping at 3-foot jumps he used to sail over. Maybe, just when you thought you were ready for Second level, his hocks are getting too iffy for collected work. Or maybe he’s just jumped around one cross country course too many. You’ve helped him along with a well-planned show schedule, regular shoeing, chiropractic, joint supplements and the judicious use of such monsteroidal and inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) as bute. But in most cases there comes a day when even you have to admit that those efforts aren’t enough. [Read more…]
John Kenny of Big Train Farm in Cranston, RI uses a four-step process to prepare his fields for planting. After a cash crop is finished, his 100 Black Australorp chickens clean up any crop residue. John said his chickens love green tomatoes. [Read more…]
Clipping is one of the top 10 topics discussed at any pasture walk. It basically surrounds the concept of dealing with out of control forage growth, getting the grass back to a vegetative state, thwarting the weed proliferation or keeping the place tidy. When it comes to the practice of clipping, bush-hogging or pruning pastures, I have waffled more than a politician. [Read more…]
by Jay Girvin, Esq. Girvin & Ferlazzo. P.C. Albany, NY
- How long does it take to litigate a personal injury lawsuit from start to finish?
While that is a perfectly fair question (and one that is frequently asked by prospective personal injury clients), it is also a very difficult question to answer — other than to note that the litigation process typically takes longer than you might think. [Read more…]
NRCS recently hosted an online program on the importance of biodiversity to agriculture and how organic agriculture tends to support increased biodiversity. The event was part of a series exploring the environmental benefits of organic agriculture.
The occasion was part of the USDA’s broader effort to educate the agriculture community and the public at large about organic agriculture, with the aim to increase organic production. [Read more…]