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  7.     There is nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than a cool drink of water straight from the garden hose. Beware though; garden hoses can contain lead products. This means that while you are enjoying that refreshing water, you may also be ingesting lead contaminants. While letting the water run through the hose can reduce lead contaminants, a drink safe hose is the best option. A drink safe garden hose from Gator Hyde is lightweight and its industrial strength makes is durable.

  8. Articles Alive | Compost bins give you an easy way to give your plants the nutrients they need

    For anyone who loves gardening, they will understand the value of some good compost. It is much less expensive than processed manure, can easily be made at home and is wonderfully healthy for your plants. But not always will one have the space in their backyard to create a compost pit or bin and that is when you will need to improvise. There are several simple ways to go about creating a neat bin to store away your compost.

  9. Like many Americans these days, it is important to you to show your pride in this great country.  And what better way to do that than to fly the American flag.  But as a home or business owner, you might not possess the space for any full size flag post.
     
    Installing a traditional flag pole can be time consuming costly and frustrating. But with a telescopic aluminum flagpole, you can wave Old Glory almost anywhere you like as well as show your own patriotic colors.
  10. Children love the wonders of nature found in a garden, from the bugs to the scent of flowers. Encourage your child to learn the art of gardening by giving him a plot of his own where he can plant flowers and vegetables. When a child is taught something at a young age, it stays with him for life. He'll take those lessons with him as he teaches his own children how to garden.

    Gardening with children is fun. You'll see the plants through their eyes. Be prepared to answer questions about where seed comes from, why worms slither back into to soil the way they do, why you have your hands in cow poo, and why the leaf of a particular herb smells like roast chicken.
  11. Roses should be pruned using the correct tools to ensure the canes are cut cleanly. Hacking away at the canes with an axe may actually destroy the plant, rather than encourage good healthy growing habits. When doing any gardening chores, it's always wise to use the tool designed for each individual job.

    Secateurs should be used on canes that are no thicker than one inch. Using secateurs on very thick canes will result in a choppy cut with strands of bark loose around the cut end.

  12. Barnyard Products.Com Announces Agreement with Florian Tools, Inc. !!

    Barnyard Products.com, an online store for lawn and garden supply, www.barnyardproducts.com, has made an agreement with Florian Tools, Inc. to market it’s Ratchet-Cut Pruning line of tools.

    Sidney, OH March 29,2010 - Barnyard Products.com (http://www.barnyardproducts.com) a web site that features mostly made in North American lawn and garden supplies and farm and ranch supply, has made an agreement to market and sell Florian Tools.

  13. 

It’s a comfortable summer time day time and you are outside watering your garden or perhaps your own plants in pots and hanging flower plants. Water appears inviting as well as refreshing, but in the event you take a drink from the actual hose? It is extremely suggested that you do not. Many premium backyard drinking water hoses are created along with polyvinyl chloride (Pvc material) which frequently utilizes guide like a stabilizer. And that we are all aware how dangerous lead could be.

  14. Along with Football Season for us, now is a great time to think about methods to present your enthusiast nature. A good way to do this is always to do your homework and get things made in the USA. There isn't any shortage of things, everything you should do will be take a moment and really seem.



    Items you may want to consider are usually tail gate flag poles. Several are made from timber a few are made from metal.

  15.    Keeping a trimmed landscape around your home adds to the beauty, ease of ongoing maintenance, and safety of your property. Trimming a tree whose branches are brushing against the house will save on paint, help to keep squirrels and other critters off the roof, and will be much quieter in the wind. Wild, untrimmed bushes can leave many hidden areas for possible intruders to hide. This pruning and trimming of bushes and trees is a necessary job made easier with the use of

  16. How much food waste do you throw away? According to the EPA, Americans bin some 34 million tons of food each year, of which 33 million tons is sent straight to landfill sites. All that rotting food generates millions of tons of methane – a far more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

    The answer to this is to make your own compost. You don’t need to have a huge garden or hours of free time to recycle your food waste effectively. All you need is a
  17. Whether you are pulling a pleasure boat, a horse trailer or a pop-up camper, the right hitch can make all the difference. Having the right hitch in place means increased safety for your tow vehicle and your trailer, easier pulling and less stress and strain on your truck. Choosing the right hitch is not difficult, but it is important to consider your needs carefully.

    When choosing a tow hitch for your truck, it is often a good idea to buy a bigger setup than you think you will need.
  18. As the summer comes to an end, it is time to think about fall gardening and landscape care. Soon, the days will be short and the leaves will be falling from the trees. To be prepared, you should get your fall gardening kit together shortly. Here is a guide to the most important tools for fall gardening.

    Leaf Rakes: Raking is vital to maintaining a tidy lawn once the tree leaves fall. There are several types of lawn rakes that you can choose for maintaining your lawn.

  19. Welcome autumn with the right fall gardening tools for the job: leaf rakes, lawn rakes, mulch forks, broadforks and shovels all play a role in keeping your garden healthy and tidy.

    Each season presents its own gardening needs to be addressed. Prepare for autumn with these fall gardening tools.

    Leaf Rakes

    The most iconic of fall gardening tools, leaf rakes gather up the dropped foliage shed by trees.

  20. Gardeners and those interested in living a "green" lifestyle understand the benefits of composting. Composting turns kitchen wastes, garden debris, newspaper and cardboard into soil brimming with fertility. Composting reduces the amount of trash going into landfills. Composting eliminates the need to bag or burn garden debris such as leaves, grass clippings and weeds. But composting using the traditional bin method is a slow process, taking up to a year to fully decompose materials. Keeping the pile aerated involves backbreaking work turning the mass of organic matter with a shovel or spade weekly.

  21.  

    EnvirocycleTM Composter / ComposteamakerTM - General Information

     

    What is Composting?

    Composting is a process of transforming organic matter into humus under specific conditions. It speeds up the natural process by using a varied mixture of organic matter with ideal conditions, thus allowing large numbers of microorganisms to thrive and transform the organic matter into humus. Compost is the foundation of organic fertilization. It improves soil structure by making it light and porous.
  22. Windmill Pond Aeration System


    How does it work?                                       
    Strictly wind driven- No electric bills to pay

    How many MPH wind does it take for it to start up?         
    When it is new it takes about 8 to 10 MPH, once it is broken in (about 1 month) it will take about 3 to 5 MPH winds to start it up.


  23. Q1. How exactly does the EnvirocycleTM Composter/ComposteamakerTM work?
    A. All you have to do is open the lid, throw in the waste, close the lid and rotate
    the unit to mix the contents well (at least 3 times/week to maintain active
    composting) and there you have it!
    The EnvirocycleTM Composter/ComposteamakerTM requires no mixing tools other
    than your hands to rotate the drum ‐ without getting them dirty!
    One cycle of the decomposition process takes a period of about 30 to 40 days, but
    the maturing time of a composting cycle varies depending on how often the
    composter is turned and the size of the original ingredients.

  24. From well meaning but misguided animal rights activists to busybodies and livestock thieves, ranchers and farmers today face many challenges. From ordinary problems like downed fences and sick cattle to out of the ordinary problems, those farmers and ranchers have a lot to worry about.

    Fortunately, those in the livestock business also have some modern tools at their disposal. One of the most powerful tools in that livestock protection arsenal is the

  25. As a proud American citizen, you want to show your pride in your country and fly the red, white and blue with pride. But as a homeowner or business owner, you may not have the space for a full size flag pole. Installing a traditional flag pole can be time consuming and expensive, and the results are not always what you expected. But with a telescoping aluminum flagpoles you can fly Old Glory virtually anywhere and show your patriotic colors whenever and wherever you want.

  26. Summary:  While there are many fancy tools on the market that a backyard gardener could buy, there are really only a few that are really necessary to be successful.

    Many people are trying their hand at growing their own food and for good reason. It’s simple, inexpensive and very rewarding. Having a small garden in the backyard is a satisfying hobby that doesn’t take a large investment and it can yield great results with just a few basic tools. Although there are many fancy

  27. Watering a garden can be one of the most time consuming tasks a gardener faces.  Because manually watering a garden is an inefficient use of time, many gardeners choose to employ a tool, such as a sprinkler or hose, to water their garden.  While these tools can save the gardener time, they are inefficient at properly distributing water and, depending on your location or the season, can ruin your garden by either over or under watering your plants.  A more advanced solution may be to invest in a

  28. Gardening Identification of Good Quality Gardening Supplies

    By Nicholas Tan
    Do you know gardening is an art, which requires tender care and deep passion for growing plants? But the part of the art knows how to choose gardening supplies. Just like that of pet care, you pat them on the head, you take them for walks and you talk to them. Your plant also requires same care from you. You should clearly know how to choose gardening supplies- the gardening trade tools.
  29. Sidney OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that featuring farm and garden products, now makes Nirom Peat Moss Farm Bedding & Litter available to its ever-growing customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, a division of Barnyard Supply, Limited (www.barnyardsupply.com) - a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark & Timri Berning in 2003 – created http://www.BarnyardProducts.

  30. With patriotism on the rise, now is a good time to think of ways to show your patriotic spirit. One way to do this is to do some research and buy things made in the USA. There is no shortage of items, all you need to do is take some time and really look.

    Items you may want to consider are flagpoles. Some are made from wood some are made from metal. The most popular and durable form is made from aluminum.  Aluminum is very strong yet light weight. This makes it easy to handle and corrosion resistant.

  31. Buying the Essential Tools for Starting Your Gardening Hobby If you've been seriously considering a new hobby that will keep you engaged and involved, gardening is definitely it. Watching new life bud and blossom under the expert guidance of your hands can prove to be a powerfully uplifting experience!

    Get the Right Tools for the Job

    If gardening interests you, remember that the right tools can make your job easy and fun. Most beginners veer between two extremes—they either enthusiastically invest in expensive tools that they are not experienced to handle or opt for cheap ones that do a poor job.
  32. Wish a new glance to your house, back again lawn, or vegetables?  After that a decorative garden windmill may be precisely what you are looking for! They come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and colors, and they are a great benefit for your lawn and garden. Prices can vary from just a under a 100 dollars to thousands, and their size usually ranges from 4 Feet to 30 Feet. Currently there are many companies manufacturing many types of decorative vintage windmills with about every style you can believe.

  33. Spring is upon us and people are more than ready to get outdoors and plant their gardens and flower beds. And there has been a lot of talk about the usefulness of drip irrigation systems. So you may be asking yourself, what is drip irrigation and what makes it a better way to water than say, a sprinkler?  Well, there are a number of factors and there are both pros and cons. But first, let’s define drip irrigation.

    Drip or micro-irrigation is the slow, even application of water to soil and plants.

  34. Plan Now for Your Summer Lawn and Garden Irrigation Needs.

    With the temperatures rising and the heavy spring rains coming down, it’s hard to think about hot dry summer days. Yet this is the perfect time to start planning your lawn and gardening irrigation needs.

    Your plan should include looking at your current lawn and garden irrigation tools you may have stored away. Pull them off the garage shelve and see if then need to be repaired or replace. What’s your garden water hose look like? What is the shape of the hose and fittings? Do you have enough garden hose to reach all parts of your lawn and garden? What is your plan for your irrigating your garden? Thinking of a
  35. by Michael J. McGroarty

    If you are preparing beds for landscaping around your house this article should
    simplify the process for you. I say that because of everything that is written about this subject, some of it is accurate, some of it is just plain wrong, and much of it is much more complicated than it needs to be.

  36. The dictionary defines a flagpole as “a staff or a pole on which a flag is or can be displayed.”  It can be a simple support made of wood or metal.  Prior to the industrial revolution, flagpoles were simply made from trees, selected for their straightness. They were cut down, stripped of their bark and branches and planted into the ground with a flag attached to the top.  The only real problem with these wooden flagpoles is that they typically rot at the base because they are inserted into the ground.

  37. Sidney, OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that features American Made Farm and
    Garden Products now makes Titan Telescoping Flagpoles available to its ever-growing
    customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, division of Barnyard Supply, LTD (www.barnyardsupply.com) -
    a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark Berning in 2003 – created Barnyard
    Products.Com (http://www.barnyardproducts.com) with the help of his brother Dave
    Berning, to offer home owners, gardeners, farmers, ranchers, and construction owners a
    one-stop online store for quality tools and products.

  38. OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that features America made garden products, now makes GatorHyde Premium Garden Water Hose available to its ever-growing customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, division of Barnyard Supply, LTD (www.barnyardsupply.com) - a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark Berning in 2003 – created http://www.BarnyardProducts.Com with the help of his brother Dave Berning, to offer gardeners, farmers and construction owners a one-stop online store for quality tools and products.

  39. It’s a warm summer day and you are outside watering your garden or perhaps your potted and hanging flower plants. The water looks inviting and refreshing, but should you take a drink directly from the hose?  It is highly recommended that you do not. Many premium garden water hoses are made with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) which very often uses lead as a stabilizer. And we all know how harmful lead can be. Also, many hoses have brass fittings at the end and they are likely to contain amounts of lead.

  40. With spring around the corner, now is a good time to come up with your spring and summer pasture grass planting plans. And now this is the perfect time to start preparing your grazing and hay fields for a chance to produce an abundant crop.

    First you need to look at your current pasture grass fields and the hay you have in the barn now. Are these fields producing the type of crop to fed all your livestock? What is the quality of the baled hay in your barn you are currently feeding? Are you thinking you need to move towards organic pasture grass or

  41. According to Wikipedia, Drip irrigation is “an irrigation method which saves water and fertilizer by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either onto the soil surface or directly onto the root zone through a network of valves, pipes, tubing, and emitters.”  Drip Irrigation is also referred to as trickle irrigation and micro-irrigation.

    It is believed that drip irrigation has been used since ancient times.

  42. With winter upon us, we typically feel a little down in the dumps. We may even complain of having cabin fever. So this is the perfect time to start preparing your lawn and garden supply needs. After all, there is no better feeling than being outside tending to your lawn and garden on a warm spring day.

    First you need a plan of action. What is the condition of your gardening tools? It’s time to take stock of all your garden equipment and see what kind of condition they are in.

  43. It’s January. It’s cold and snow is on the ground. Why in the world should you be thinking about Pasture Grass Seeds of any sort this time of year? As with anything in life, it is always smart to plan ahead. It’s better to have time and do some research on what you really need rather than scramble at the last minute hoping you can get the correct pasture grass seeds.

    So what exactly are Pasture Grasses? Pasture Grass Seeds were developed to help Farmers and Ranchers improve the health and yield of their life stock while working with nature.

  44. It’s January. It’s cold and snow is on the ground. Why in the world should you be thinking about Pasture Grass Seeds of any sort this time of year? As with anything in life, it is always smart to plan ahead. It’s better to have time and do some research on what you really need rather than scramble at the last minute hoping you can get the correct pasture grass seeds.

    So what exactly are Pasture Grass Seeds?  Pasture Grass Seeds were developed to help Farmers and Ranchers improve the health and yield of their life stock while working with nature.

  45. So if you are thinking about starting a garden you will need to start with some basic garden tools. But before you go shopping, you need to ask yourself a few simple but important questions.  How big will my garden be? What am I going to plant? Do I want to plant vegetables, flowers or both? How much time am I willing to devote to my garden?

    Now that you have determined the size of your garden and what you want to plant, choosing the right garden tools is not only essential, but can make gardening and yard care much easier.

  46. Here are two great site if you are looking for Organic Farms near you and additional inforamtion on organics

    http://www.localharvest.org/

     

    http://www.organicauthority.com/

  47. To maintain a clean and healthy pond, you will need pond aeration.  Oxygen is very important to your pond because it is what makes it live. This in turn will keep your pond healthy and the water clean.  One of the most serious problems connected to low oxygen levels is fish kill.  Fish need certain levels of oxygen to survive. When oxygen levels lessen, a break down of organic waste can result in the production of hydrogen sulfide. Hydrogen Sulfide has a very foul odor.  It is colorless, flammable and very harmful.

  48. With the Holiday Season soon upon us now is a good time to take stock and look at the many gift choices for the ones you love.  Family members and friends all have different hobbies and interests and it can be hard to find that “perfect” gift.  The gardener in you family can be one of hardest for you to buy for. There are so many products available and you may not know just where to go to get the prefect gardeners gift.

  49. Written By Brenda Ruzycki, Special to QMI

    One can easily turn fallen leaves into a valuable soil enhancement that offers long term benefits for your property.

    This process is called composting which is a natural, biological process that turns lawn cuttings and garden debris into a soil-like material called humus.

    One does not need a container to get started as leaves will decompose even while sitting in a pile.

    The advantage to a

  50. Farmers and ranchers know that their work is very busy and very time consuming. Many times they wish that they could be in two places at once. Having said this, there is an ever growing need for these farm and ranch owners to have some sort of video surveillance or outdoor monitoring cameras system available to them.

    These systems are valuable on many different levels.

  51. Are you just starting a garden and are wondering what type of gardening tools will work best for your lawn and garden? Are you using the correct tools for the lawn and gardening needs? You may want to know how to use these tools and the garden tool names.

    You know as time goes by it seems we still need the same gardening tools for tending to our lawn and garden projects. If you choose the right tools now for the maintaining your lawn and garden now you will increase you're the pleasure doing the work.

  52. Barnyard Products.com Announcing Sucra Seeds Pasture Grass and Deer Food Plot Grasses Is Now Part Of Their Product Line.
    
Sidney, OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that features American Made Farm and Garden Products now makes SucraSeeds Pasture Grass Seeds available to its ever-growing customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, division of Barnyard Supply, LTD (www.barnyardsupply.com) - a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark Berning in 2003 – created Barnyard Products.

  53. Fall is the Time to Plant Pasture Grasses

    Pasture Grasses can supply a good yield of quality feed for all livestock. In order to obtain a good pasture you must have good pasture grasses. There are several grasses that work well in most pastures. They include Perennial Ryegrass, Intermediate Ryegrass, Orchard Grass, Red Clover, Ladino Clover, Alfalfa, and Timothy, just to name a few.

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  7.     There is nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than a cool drink of water straight from the garden hose. Beware though; garden hoses can contain lead products. This means that while you are enjoying that refreshing water, you may also be ingesting lead contaminants. While letting the water run through the hose can reduce lead contaminants, a drink safe hose is the best option. A drink safe garden hose from Gator Hyde is lightweight and its industrial strength makes is durable.

  8. Articles Alive | Compost bins give you an easy way to give your plants the nutrients they need

    For anyone who loves gardening, they will understand the value of some good compost. It is much less expensive than processed manure, can easily be made at home and is wonderfully healthy for your plants. But not always will one have the space in their backyard to create a compost pit or bin and that is when you will need to improvise. There are several simple ways to go about creating a neat bin to store away your compost.

  9. Like many Americans these days, it is important to you to show your pride in this great country.  And what better way to do that than to fly the American flag.  But as a home or business owner, you might not possess the space for any full size flag post.
     
    Installing a traditional flag pole can be time consuming costly and frustrating. But with a telescopic aluminum flagpole, you can wave Old Glory almost anywhere you like as well as show your own patriotic colors.
  10. Children love the wonders of nature found in a garden, from the bugs to the scent of flowers. Encourage your child to learn the art of gardening by giving him a plot of his own where he can plant flowers and vegetables. When a child is taught something at a young age, it stays with him for life. He'll take those lessons with him as he teaches his own children how to garden.

    Gardening with children is fun. You'll see the plants through their eyes. Be prepared to answer questions about where seed comes from, why worms slither back into to soil the way they do, why you have your hands in cow poo, and why the leaf of a particular herb smells like roast chicken.
  11. Roses should be pruned using the correct tools to ensure the canes are cut cleanly. Hacking away at the canes with an axe may actually destroy the plant, rather than encourage good healthy growing habits. When doing any gardening chores, it's always wise to use the tool designed for each individual job.

    Secateurs should be used on canes that are no thicker than one inch. Using secateurs on very thick canes will result in a choppy cut with strands of bark loose around the cut end.

  12. Barnyard Products.Com Announces Agreement with Florian Tools, Inc. !!

    Barnyard Products.com, an online store for lawn and garden supply, www.barnyardproducts.com, has made an agreement with Florian Tools, Inc. to market it’s Ratchet-Cut Pruning line of tools.

    Sidney, OH March 29,2010 - Barnyard Products.com (http://www.barnyardproducts.com) a web site that features mostly made in North American lawn and garden supplies and farm and ranch supply, has made an agreement to market and sell Florian Tools.

  13. 

It’s a comfortable summer time day time and you are outside watering your garden or perhaps your own plants in pots and hanging flower plants. Water appears inviting as well as refreshing, but in the event you take a drink from the actual hose? It is extremely suggested that you do not. Many premium backyard drinking water hoses are created along with polyvinyl chloride (Pvc material) which frequently utilizes guide like a stabilizer. And that we are all aware how dangerous lead could be.

  14. Along with Football Season for us, now is a great time to think about methods to present your enthusiast nature. A good way to do this is always to do your homework and get things made in the USA. There isn't any shortage of things, everything you should do will be take a moment and really seem.



    Items you may want to consider are usually tail gate flag poles. Several are made from timber a few are made from metal.

  15.    Keeping a trimmed landscape around your home adds to the beauty, ease of ongoing maintenance, and safety of your property. Trimming a tree whose branches are brushing against the house will save on paint, help to keep squirrels and other critters off the roof, and will be much quieter in the wind. Wild, untrimmed bushes can leave many hidden areas for possible intruders to hide. This pruning and trimming of bushes and trees is a necessary job made easier with the use of

  16. How much food waste do you throw away? According to the EPA, Americans bin some 34 million tons of food each year, of which 33 million tons is sent straight to landfill sites. All that rotting food generates millions of tons of methane – a far more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

    The answer to this is to make your own compost. You don’t need to have a huge garden or hours of free time to recycle your food waste effectively. All you need is a
  17. Whether you are pulling a pleasure boat, a horse trailer or a pop-up camper, the right hitch can make all the difference. Having the right hitch in place means increased safety for your tow vehicle and your trailer, easier pulling and less stress and strain on your truck. Choosing the right hitch is not difficult, but it is important to consider your needs carefully.

    When choosing a tow hitch for your truck, it is often a good idea to buy a bigger setup than you think you will need.
  18. As the summer comes to an end, it is time to think about fall gardening and landscape care. Soon, the days will be short and the leaves will be falling from the trees. To be prepared, you should get your fall gardening kit together shortly. Here is a guide to the most important tools for fall gardening.

    Leaf Rakes: Raking is vital to maintaining a tidy lawn once the tree leaves fall. There are several types of lawn rakes that you can choose for maintaining your lawn.

  19. Welcome autumn with the right fall gardening tools for the job: leaf rakes, lawn rakes, mulch forks, broadforks and shovels all play a role in keeping your garden healthy and tidy.

    Each season presents its own gardening needs to be addressed. Prepare for autumn with these fall gardening tools.

    Leaf Rakes

    The most iconic of fall gardening tools, leaf rakes gather up the dropped foliage shed by trees.

  20. Gardeners and those interested in living a "green" lifestyle understand the benefits of composting. Composting turns kitchen wastes, garden debris, newspaper and cardboard into soil brimming with fertility. Composting reduces the amount of trash going into landfills. Composting eliminates the need to bag or burn garden debris such as leaves, grass clippings and weeds. But composting using the traditional bin method is a slow process, taking up to a year to fully decompose materials. Keeping the pile aerated involves backbreaking work turning the mass of organic matter with a shovel or spade weekly.

  21.  

    EnvirocycleTM Composter / ComposteamakerTM - General Information

     

    What is Composting?

    Composting is a process of transforming organic matter into humus under specific conditions. It speeds up the natural process by using a varied mixture of organic matter with ideal conditions, thus allowing large numbers of microorganisms to thrive and transform the organic matter into humus. Compost is the foundation of organic fertilization. It improves soil structure by making it light and porous.
  22. Windmill Pond Aeration System


    How does it work?                                       
    Strictly wind driven- No electric bills to pay

    How many MPH wind does it take for it to start up?         
    When it is new it takes about 8 to 10 MPH, once it is broken in (about 1 month) it will take about 3 to 5 MPH winds to start it up.


  23. Q1. How exactly does the EnvirocycleTM Composter/ComposteamakerTM work?
    A. All you have to do is open the lid, throw in the waste, close the lid and rotate
    the unit to mix the contents well (at least 3 times/week to maintain active
    composting) and there you have it!
    The EnvirocycleTM Composter/ComposteamakerTM requires no mixing tools other
    than your hands to rotate the drum ‐ without getting them dirty!
    One cycle of the decomposition process takes a period of about 30 to 40 days, but
    the maturing time of a composting cycle varies depending on how often the
    composter is turned and the size of the original ingredients.

  24. From well meaning but misguided animal rights activists to busybodies and livestock thieves, ranchers and farmers today face many challenges. From ordinary problems like downed fences and sick cattle to out of the ordinary problems, those farmers and ranchers have a lot to worry about.

    Fortunately, those in the livestock business also have some modern tools at their disposal. One of the most powerful tools in that livestock protection arsenal is the

  25. As a proud American citizen, you want to show your pride in your country and fly the red, white and blue with pride. But as a homeowner or business owner, you may not have the space for a full size flag pole. Installing a traditional flag pole can be time consuming and expensive, and the results are not always what you expected. But with a telescoping aluminum flagpoles you can fly Old Glory virtually anywhere and show your patriotic colors whenever and wherever you want.

  26. Summary:  While there are many fancy tools on the market that a backyard gardener could buy, there are really only a few that are really necessary to be successful.

    Many people are trying their hand at growing their own food and for good reason. It’s simple, inexpensive and very rewarding. Having a small garden in the backyard is a satisfying hobby that doesn’t take a large investment and it can yield great results with just a few basic tools. Although there are many fancy

  27. Watering a garden can be one of the most time consuming tasks a gardener faces.  Because manually watering a garden is an inefficient use of time, many gardeners choose to employ a tool, such as a sprinkler or hose, to water their garden.  While these tools can save the gardener time, they are inefficient at properly distributing water and, depending on your location or the season, can ruin your garden by either over or under watering your plants.  A more advanced solution may be to invest in a

  28. Gardening Identification of Good Quality Gardening Supplies

    By Nicholas Tan
    Do you know gardening is an art, which requires tender care and deep passion for growing plants? But the part of the art knows how to choose gardening supplies. Just like that of pet care, you pat them on the head, you take them for walks and you talk to them. Your plant also requires same care from you. You should clearly know how to choose gardening supplies- the gardening trade tools.
  29. Sidney OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that featuring farm and garden products, now makes Nirom Peat Moss Farm Bedding & Litter available to its ever-growing customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, a division of Barnyard Supply, Limited (www.barnyardsupply.com) - a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark & Timri Berning in 2003 – created http://www.BarnyardProducts.

  30. With patriotism on the rise, now is a good time to think of ways to show your patriotic spirit. One way to do this is to do some research and buy things made in the USA. There is no shortage of items, all you need to do is take some time and really look.

    Items you may want to consider are flagpoles. Some are made from wood some are made from metal. The most popular and durable form is made from aluminum.  Aluminum is very strong yet light weight. This makes it easy to handle and corrosion resistant.

  31. Buying the Essential Tools for Starting Your Gardening Hobby If you've been seriously considering a new hobby that will keep you engaged and involved, gardening is definitely it. Watching new life bud and blossom under the expert guidance of your hands can prove to be a powerfully uplifting experience!

    Get the Right Tools for the Job

    If gardening interests you, remember that the right tools can make your job easy and fun. Most beginners veer between two extremes—they either enthusiastically invest in expensive tools that they are not experienced to handle or opt for cheap ones that do a poor job.
  32. Wish a new glance to your house, back again lawn, or vegetables?  After that a decorative garden windmill may be precisely what you are looking for! They come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and colors, and they are a great benefit for your lawn and garden. Prices can vary from just a under a 100 dollars to thousands, and their size usually ranges from 4 Feet to 30 Feet. Currently there are many companies manufacturing many types of decorative vintage windmills with about every style you can believe.

  33. Spring is upon us and people are more than ready to get outdoors and plant their gardens and flower beds. And there has been a lot of talk about the usefulness of drip irrigation systems. So you may be asking yourself, what is drip irrigation and what makes it a better way to water than say, a sprinkler?  Well, there are a number of factors and there are both pros and cons. But first, let’s define drip irrigation.

    Drip or micro-irrigation is the slow, even application of water to soil and plants.

  34. Plan Now for Your Summer Lawn and Garden Irrigation Needs.

    With the temperatures rising and the heavy spring rains coming down, it’s hard to think about hot dry summer days. Yet this is the perfect time to start planning your lawn and gardening irrigation needs.

    Your plan should include looking at your current lawn and garden irrigation tools you may have stored away. Pull them off the garage shelve and see if then need to be repaired or replace. What’s your garden water hose look like? What is the shape of the hose and fittings? Do you have enough garden hose to reach all parts of your lawn and garden? What is your plan for your irrigating your garden? Thinking of a
  35. by Michael J. McGroarty

    If you are preparing beds for landscaping around your house this article should
    simplify the process for you. I say that because of everything that is written about this subject, some of it is accurate, some of it is just plain wrong, and much of it is much more complicated than it needs to be.

  36. The dictionary defines a flagpole as “a staff or a pole on which a flag is or can be displayed.”  It can be a simple support made of wood or metal.  Prior to the industrial revolution, flagpoles were simply made from trees, selected for their straightness. They were cut down, stripped of their bark and branches and planted into the ground with a flag attached to the top.  The only real problem with these wooden flagpoles is that they typically rot at the base because they are inserted into the ground.

  37. Sidney, OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that features American Made Farm and
    Garden Products now makes Titan Telescoping Flagpoles available to its ever-growing
    customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, division of Barnyard Supply, LTD (www.barnyardsupply.com) -
    a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark Berning in 2003 – created Barnyard
    Products.Com (http://www.barnyardproducts.com) with the help of his brother Dave
    Berning, to offer home owners, gardeners, farmers, ranchers, and construction owners a
    one-stop online store for quality tools and products.

  38. OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that features America made garden products, now makes GatorHyde Premium Garden Water Hose available to its ever-growing customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, division of Barnyard Supply, LTD (www.barnyardsupply.com) - a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark Berning in 2003 – created http://www.BarnyardProducts.Com with the help of his brother Dave Berning, to offer gardeners, farmers and construction owners a one-stop online store for quality tools and products.

  39. It’s a warm summer day and you are outside watering your garden or perhaps your potted and hanging flower plants. The water looks inviting and refreshing, but should you take a drink directly from the hose?  It is highly recommended that you do not. Many premium garden water hoses are made with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) which very often uses lead as a stabilizer. And we all know how harmful lead can be. Also, many hoses have brass fittings at the end and they are likely to contain amounts of lead.

  40. With spring around the corner, now is a good time to come up with your spring and summer pasture grass planting plans. And now this is the perfect time to start preparing your grazing and hay fields for a chance to produce an abundant crop.

    First you need to look at your current pasture grass fields and the hay you have in the barn now. Are these fields producing the type of crop to fed all your livestock? What is the quality of the baled hay in your barn you are currently feeding? Are you thinking you need to move towards organic pasture grass or

  41. According to Wikipedia, Drip irrigation is “an irrigation method which saves water and fertilizer by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either onto the soil surface or directly onto the root zone through a network of valves, pipes, tubing, and emitters.”  Drip Irrigation is also referred to as trickle irrigation and micro-irrigation.

    It is believed that drip irrigation has been used since ancient times.

  42. With winter upon us, we typically feel a little down in the dumps. We may even complain of having cabin fever. So this is the perfect time to start preparing your lawn and garden supply needs. After all, there is no better feeling than being outside tending to your lawn and garden on a warm spring day.

    First you need a plan of action. What is the condition of your gardening tools? It’s time to take stock of all your garden equipment and see what kind of condition they are in.

  43. It’s January. It’s cold and snow is on the ground. Why in the world should you be thinking about Pasture Grass Seeds of any sort this time of year? As with anything in life, it is always smart to plan ahead. It’s better to have time and do some research on what you really need rather than scramble at the last minute hoping you can get the correct pasture grass seeds.

    So what exactly are Pasture Grasses? Pasture Grass Seeds were developed to help Farmers and Ranchers improve the health and yield of their life stock while working with nature.

  44. It’s January. It’s cold and snow is on the ground. Why in the world should you be thinking about Pasture Grass Seeds of any sort this time of year? As with anything in life, it is always smart to plan ahead. It’s better to have time and do some research on what you really need rather than scramble at the last minute hoping you can get the correct pasture grass seeds.

    So what exactly are Pasture Grass Seeds?  Pasture Grass Seeds were developed to help Farmers and Ranchers improve the health and yield of their life stock while working with nature.

  45. So if you are thinking about starting a garden you will need to start with some basic garden tools. But before you go shopping, you need to ask yourself a few simple but important questions.  How big will my garden be? What am I going to plant? Do I want to plant vegetables, flowers or both? How much time am I willing to devote to my garden?

    Now that you have determined the size of your garden and what you want to plant, choosing the right garden tools is not only essential, but can make gardening and yard care much easier.

  46. Here are two great site if you are looking for Organic Farms near you and additional inforamtion on organics

    http://www.localharvest.org/

     

    http://www.organicauthority.com/

  47. To maintain a clean and healthy pond, you will need pond aeration.  Oxygen is very important to your pond because it is what makes it live. This in turn will keep your pond healthy and the water clean.  One of the most serious problems connected to low oxygen levels is fish kill.  Fish need certain levels of oxygen to survive. When oxygen levels lessen, a break down of organic waste can result in the production of hydrogen sulfide. Hydrogen Sulfide has a very foul odor.  It is colorless, flammable and very harmful.

  48. With the Holiday Season soon upon us now is a good time to take stock and look at the many gift choices for the ones you love.  Family members and friends all have different hobbies and interests and it can be hard to find that “perfect” gift.  The gardener in you family can be one of hardest for you to buy for. There are so many products available and you may not know just where to go to get the prefect gardeners gift.

  49. Written By Brenda Ruzycki, Special to QMI

    One can easily turn fallen leaves into a valuable soil enhancement that offers long term benefits for your property.

    This process is called composting which is a natural, biological process that turns lawn cuttings and garden debris into a soil-like material called humus.

    One does not need a container to get started as leaves will decompose even while sitting in a pile.

    The advantage to a

  50. Farmers and ranchers know that their work is very busy and very time consuming. Many times they wish that they could be in two places at once. Having said this, there is an ever growing need for these farm and ranch owners to have some sort of video surveillance or outdoor monitoring cameras system available to them.

    These systems are valuable on many different levels.

  51. Are you just starting a garden and are wondering what type of gardening tools will work best for your lawn and garden? Are you using the correct tools for the lawn and gardening needs? You may want to know how to use these tools and the garden tool names.

    You know as time goes by it seems we still need the same gardening tools for tending to our lawn and garden projects. If you choose the right tools now for the maintaining your lawn and garden now you will increase you're the pleasure doing the work.

  52. Barnyard Products.com Announcing Sucra Seeds Pasture Grass and Deer Food Plot Grasses Is Now Part Of Their Product Line.
    
Sidney, OH - Barnyard Products.com a web site that features American Made Farm and Garden Products now makes SucraSeeds Pasture Grass Seeds available to its ever-growing customer base.

    Barnyard Products.Com, division of Barnyard Supply, LTD (www.barnyardsupply.com) - a wholesale distribution company founded by Mark Berning in 2003 – created Barnyard Products.

  53. Fall is the Time to Plant Pasture Grasses

    Pasture Grasses can supply a good yield of quality feed for all livestock. In order to obtain a good pasture you must have good pasture grasses. There are several grasses that work well in most pastures. They include Perennial Ryegrass, Intermediate Ryegrass, Orchard Grass, Red Clover, Ladino Clover, Alfalfa, and Timothy, just to name a few.


Why Barnyard Products.Com

Experience- We have over 30 years combine experience with farm and ranch supply including operation of a family farm, Distribution Company, and we enjoy hobby gardening. 

Premium Quality- We do not sell any product that we have not personally tested and used. From quality farm and ranch supply to the best lawn and garden supply tools available.

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