soy products : Health Benefits of Soy beans

It seems as though there are new soy foods added to the market every day. It’s hard to know which ones we should be adding to our diet and if we should be adding them. The choices can be confusing! What adds to the confusion even more is that soy is often being hidden in foods which are not quite so healthy for us, like doughnuts

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How to contain the break out of deadly foot and mouth disease

Hundreds of thousands of livestock in Narok County are at risk of contracting a dangerous and highly contagious, foot and mouth disease, which has emerged in the southern region. In spite of the viral diseases having less than 5 per cent mortality rate in adult cattle, it highly affects milk and meat production which are the main products from livestock.

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Build Your Own Worm Composting Tower in 3 Simple Steps

A worm tower is basically a length of pipe buried halfway in the ground with holes drilled in the buried part for worms to get in and out. Food scraps are added directly to the tower instead of into your composting bin, and are eaten by worms already living in the target part of your yard.

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How to Care for Molting Chickens

there are lots of reasons why chickens lose feathers, including diseases like fowl pox, parasite problems like mite or lice infestations, and chickens that spar with each other and yank out a few of their adversary’s feathers. Considering the timing and that your hens have practically stopped laying eggs, my guess is that your chickens are molting.

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Goat Care… Few Tips On Caring For Goats

When you are able to establish your goat farm, you will “NEED” to start taking good care of them very well. It is important you do daily check up on your animals to ensure that they are always healthy all the time and should not show any signs of sickness. Here are a few steps to show you how to take care of your animals.

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How To Farm Using Only Organic Fertilizer

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony.

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