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Tag: Farm Animals

Supplementing Your Chicken’s Diet

Learn about supplementing your chicken’s diet with Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Do chickens need supplements in their diet? If you’re new to raising chickens, you might not know about all the different way to supplement their diet. According to Nutrena, a good layer feed provides almost everything chickens need for a balanced diet. But there are three other things to have on hand – oyster shell, grit and(…)

Why are Amino Acids for Horses Important?

Learn about the importance of amino acids for your horses with Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. In order to fuel, repair and recover muscle, equine diets must optimally contain a superior amino acid profile, including all 10 of the essential amino acids. Most horse owners can quickly name the crude protein level in the feed they provide their horses. But, what horse owners really need to know about is(…)

Selecting the Right Horse Brush

Find the right horse grooming brush with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. When you’re grooming your horse, you probably don’t give much thought to the grooming tools you’re using. The right grooming brush can help you get the job done quickly. Plus, it’s essential to have a few different types of brushes and combs in your grooming kit. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can(…)

Feeding Your Beef Cattle

Learn all about feeding your beef cattle with Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Cattle have their own nutritional needs, just like any other animal. When you’re raising and feeding beef cattle, it’s important to know their dietary needs so they can grow strong and healthy. With the help of Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn about the basics of feeding your beef cattle. Beef Cattle at(…)

How to Prepare Your Flock for Molt

Learn how to prepare your flock for molt with Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Nutrena. When you’re raising backyard chickens you need to prepare for molt. Dropping feathers and a drop in egg production are part of the natural molting process. There are a few ways you can help your flock prepare for molt. Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Nutrena are here to help. Start Early If your coop is(…)

Weighing Your Horse Without a Scale

Learn all about weighing your horse without a scale with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Knowing your horse’s weight can help with choosing the right feeding program, giving them medications and just keeping track of their overall health. However, most horse owners don’t have a scale that’s big enough for a horse, or even access to a scale that size. Thankfully with help from Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet, weighing(…)

Keeping Your Horse Stable Clean

Learn how to keep your horse stable clean with tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. You work hard to keep your horses clean and healthy, and that includes keeping their stable and stall clean, too. Not only does a clean stable look and smell better, it also helps keep your horse healthy. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn all about keeping your horse stable clean.  How(…)

Care Tips For Baby Chicks

Use these care tips for baby chicks from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. As with any baby, chicks require the proper nurturing and care to grow up healthy and strong. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn about what your backyard chicks will need for food, water and shelter. Whether you’re raising baby chicks for egg-laying, FFA or 4H, here are some simple tips for getting started.(…)

Learning About Horse Skin Health

Learn about horse skin health with Nutrena and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. When it comes to your horse, keeping its skin healthy is a must. Horses can have many skin health issues on a daily basis. Location, environment and seasonal changes can all factor into your horse’s skin issues. With the help of Nutrena experts and Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn all about horse skin health. Five Skin(…)

How to Install an Electric Fence Charger

Learn how to install an electric fence charger with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. An electric fence is more than just a physical barrier for an animal–it’s a psychological one, too. Once an animal touches an electric fence and feels the unpleasant shock, it will associate that bad feeling with the fence and learn not to go near it. Upon installing your electrically charged fence, any animal that comes in contact(…)

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