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September Gardening Tips

As we start to have cooler weather, September is a great time to start cleaning your garden. Use these …

Water for Small Ruminants

With the heat of the summer beating down on us, this is the perfect time to discuss water requirements …

Youth Livestock Skillathon

Hope your summer is starting off well! The skillathon competition will be held July 20th in Raleigh. Please let …

Mulch for the Landscape

There are many possibilities when it comes to the types of mulch that can be used in the landscape. …

June Gardening Tips

With the start of June we now welcome summer and our gardens are in full force. With summer we …

Hurricane Prep for Livestock

After last year’s hurricane season, I can imagine that all the livestock owners out there are on high alert …

Common Rose Diseases

Roses are a popular plant known for their large, elegant flowers. Many gardeners try their hands at growing roses …

May & June Fencelines 2017

Here is the latest Fencelines newsletter! Please email or call if you would like to be added to the …

April Is Gardening Month

April is Gardening Month in Wayne County! April is the month that our yards come alive with spring colors …

April Gardening Tips

April is Gardening Month in Wayne County! Now is the time to get out and enjoy gardening! Below are …

Care for Cold Damaged Plants

No doubt it has been a strange winter season. We saw warm spring like weather in February only to …

Spring Chicks

It’s that time of year again, we’re counting the days to the official start of spring. Soon, every time …

EHV-1 and You

You may have seen in the news recently that Louisiana had horses test positive for EHV-1 and that Kentucky …