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  • Are your chickens getting enough calcium?

    Keeping chickens can be a great way of providing a source of fresh eggs for sale or just for the use of your own family. If you keep chickens on your property, then you will know that there is plenty that you have to do to keep them happy and healthy. You must provide them with a safe environment and ensure that they get all of the food that they need to thrive.
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  • How To Stop Your Natural Bushland From Being Overrun By Foreign Plants

    Australia has beautiful native flora and fauna that are not found anywhere else in the world. Unfortunately, because of this unique isolation that Australian plants had from the rest of the world, when weeds from overseas accidentally get brought into the country, the native plants here have no natural protection against it. That is why you might see native bushland slowly being infected by weeds and the bushland getting overrun with ugly creepers and long weeds.
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  • Does Your Garden Look Thirsty? Here Are a Few Ways You Could Benefit From a Simple Irrigation System

    Irrigation supplies come in all shapes and sizes, from the large commercial systems that can pump thousands of litres of water out an hour to your humble backyard hose. If you love your garden and enjoy tinkering around with ideas to make it easier to maintain then you have no doubt considered irrigation supplies at some point. Not only can they do a much better and more consistent job than you can yourself but also they are very easy to set up and not that expensive either.
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  • Two Tips for Agriculture Enthusiasts Who Want to Set Up Farms

    If you have always been interested in agriculture and would like to set up a farm, you might find these tips helpful. Stick to hardier varieties of vegetables or fruits if you want to grow crops When you first venture into the world of agriculture, it is best to limit your crops to varieties of fruits and vegetables that are hardy. The reason for this is that there are many variables that can affect how bountiful and healthy a harvest your crops will produce.
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