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6 Tips for Camping in the Rain

You can still enjoy your camping trip with these six tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Don’t let a little rain ruin your family camping trip! You can still enjoy the great outdoors even when Mother Nature throws rain your way. With some preparation and the right equipment, you can still go camping in the rain. Use these easy tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. 1. Find the Right Site(…)

How to Wrap a Horse’s Leg

Learn how to properly wrap a horse’s leg with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you’re a horse owner, you’ll have to wrap your horse’s legs at some point. Bandages can be used to help support the horse’s legs when they’re in stalls or being transported. They can also be used for wrapping an injury or to hold medication in place. Whether it’s to provide support and protection(…)

2017 Summer Pet Adoption Events

Visit select Blain’s Farm & Fleet stores for pet adoption events this summer! You can meet animals in search of forever homes and help fulfill your local shelter’s wish list by donating items right at the store. From dogs to cats, and everything in between, your animal experts are here to help these adoptable, loving pets.  

Full Meals You Can Make On the Grill

Grill up an entire meal with these tips and recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. In the Midwest, grilling goes on all year round. However, warmer weather is peak grill season – graduation parties, family reunions, summer cookouts, etc. While the main dish is typically made on the grill, you can actually make full meals on the grill, too. Blain’s Farm & Fleet has compiled some full meals you can(…)

Learn About Bearding and Beekeeping

Learn about bearding and beekeeping with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you’re new to beekeeping, you might notice your bees clustering around the front of their hive. It’s actually a normal thing that a strong colony of bees do, called “bearding.” However, bees gathering around the front of the hive can also indicate swarming. Learn more about bearding, swarming and caring for your bees with Blain’s Farm(…)

Transition to Spring Pasture

Learn about transitioning your horse to spring pasture with Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. As a horse owner, you work hard to provide your horses with what they need – pastures seems all too natural to resist. It’s important to understand the unique nutritional properties of early spring forage and its effects on your horse’s digestive system. Learn more about transitioning your horse to spring pasture with Nutrena and(…)

How to Make a Butterfly Garden

Learn how to create a butterfly garden with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Butterflies are a welcome sight of warmer weather. Their beautiful colors and patterns add a pop of color to any garden. Did you know you can actually cater your garden to the winged creatures? Making a butterfly garden is easy. You just need to know a little bit about butterflies and which plants to grow.(…)

How to Patch a Hole in Your Jeans

Learn how to patch a hole in your jeans with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. We all have that favorite pair of jeans – they might provide the perfect fit, all-day comfort or just make you feel good. But what happens when you get a rip in those jeans? Instead of throwing them away, patch them up! With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn(…)

How To Install an In-Ground Fence

Learn how to install an In-Ground Fence system for your pets with Blain’s Farm & Fleet and PetSafe. Have you been thinking about installing an in-ground fence system at your home for your pets? With warmer weather, it’s the perfect time to install an in-ground system. The fence can teach your dog the boundaries of your yard, and help keep them safe. Follow these four basic steps to install your(…)

How to Train Your Dog to Your New Containment System

Learn how to train your dog to your new dog fence with PetSafe and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Proper training of your pet is essential for successful use of your PetSafe fence. Training should be fair, firm, fun and consistent for you and your dog. While PetSafe suggests a minimum of 14 days of training, it could take more or less time depending on how your pet learns. It’s important(…)

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