Reubinsville Farmers Feed Mill: Blog Channelhttp://reubinsvillefeed.comCompany blogs, tips and how-toshttp://assets.newmediaretailer.com/http://assets.cdn.newmediaretailer.com/95000/95725/thumb_reubinsville_logo.pngReubinsville Farmers Feed Millhttp://reubinsvillefeed.comen-USCopyright 2018, Reubinsville Farmers Feed MillSat, 22 Sep 2018 01:30:39 -0400Sat, 22 Sep 2018 01:30:39 -0400http://www.newmediaretailer.comSeptember Garden Tipsblog_421141537070400http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/42114/september-garden-tipsThe days are growing shorter and the temperatures are growing cooler, but even in September, gardening season isn't over. Well-prepared gardeners have a variety of tasks to do in late summer and early fall, and each chore will help keep the garden thriving.BlogsSun, 16 Sep 2018 00:00:00 -0400Get an Early Start on Your Canningblog_510631535774400http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/51063/get-an-early-start-on-your-canningCanning is a great way to preserve a bountiful harvest, create healthier meals and save money on groceries, but it can also be an arduous workload, particularly if you have a large garden and many different types of produce to can.BlogsSat, 01 Sep 2018 00:00:00 -0400Tips for Keeping your Poultry Hydrated During Hot Weatherblog_148661534365360http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/14866/tips-for-keeping-your-poultry-hydrated-during-hot-weatherWater is essential in your poultry surviving the hot weather. Here are some tips for keeping your poultry hydrated during the summer months. Position water containers in the shade. If water is too hot (or too cold) chickens will not drink enough to keep egg production up.BlogsWed, 15 Aug 2018 16:36:00 -0400Tips To Prevent Barn Fliesblog_415261533096000http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/41526/tips-to-prevent-barn-fliesWith summertime in full swing, it means there are longer days and more time you can spend outside with your barn animals. However, summertime and warm weather also means that flies begin to reproduce and will start tormenting your livestock.BlogsWed, 01 Aug 2018 00:00:00 -0400Summer Exercise Ideas to Enjoy With Your Petblog_580621531627200http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/58062/summer-exercise-ideas-to-enjoy-with-your-petSome form of exercise should be a part of every person's daily routine. With the warm weather still holding strong, there's no better time to be outside, breaking a sweat, and soaking up some sun.BlogsSun, 15 Jul 2018 00:00:00 -0400Keeping Your Pets Cool in Hot Weatherblog_581321530417600http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/58132/keeping-your-pets-cool-in-hot-weatherSummer weather is one of the best times to get outside and be active with your furry friend. However, you should keep in mind that your pet reacts differently to heat than you do.BlogsSun, 01 Jul 2018 00:00:00 -0400Hot Weather Tips for Raising Poultryblog_570271527825600http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/57027/hot-weather-tips-for-raising-poultryAs temperatures begin to flare above 90 degrees with high humidity, don't forget about caring for your flock. An important requirement for raising poultry is maintaining a cool environment for them to produce and thrive.BlogsFri, 01 Jun 2018 00:00:00 -0400How Do I Help My Older Horse From Losing Weight?blog_570431527825600http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/57043/how-do-i-help-my-older-horse-from-losing-weightHorses are beautiful creatures that require different levels of maintenance and care over time.BlogsFri, 01 Jun 2018 00:00:00 -0400Spring Lawn Care Tipsblog_563871525147200http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/56387/spring-lawn-care-tipsWarmer days means more time outdoors. It also means everything outdoors begins to grow and thrive after being dormant all winter. As a homeowner, one of the most important aspects of your home is the lawn that surrounds it.BlogsTue, 01 May 2018 00:00:00 -0400Common Chick Diseases to Look Out Forblog_564021525147200http://reubinsvillefeed.com/blog/article/56402/common-chick-diseases-to-look-out-forA healthy chick will grow strong and be a productive member of your flock, but a sick chick can quickly infect other chicks or introduce diseases to the rest of your poultry.BlogsTue, 01 May 2018 00:00:00 -0400