Your First Greenhouse? Choose From These Three Options

A greenhouse is a big project. Growing crops can be quite fulfilling, and it might even earn you a bit of money. However, Australia’s climate is different, and what works in other places might not be suitable here. Do a little research on what crops you want to raise and on what greenhouse is the

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How to Keep Your Cat from Getting Urinary Problems

Cats are fairly easy to take care of, but there are times when they need a little bit of special attention. This is to make sure that their health will stay in good condition and that they’ll be fit and healthy for the rest of their life. As a cat owner, one of the most

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How Can a Support Animal Affect Your Emotional Health?

There is no question that animals provide people with endless joy. But they can actually do much more than that. Emotional support animals (ESAs), also known as companion animals, help in keeping people who have a mental illness or emotional disorder safe. These service animals help in treating psychological symptoms by providing companionship. There is

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Brown alpaca sitting on the mountain

The Basics on Alpaca Farming and Handling

Alpacas are part of the camelid family, which also includes camels and llamas. They are classified into two types, namely, Suri and Huacaya. Suri alpacas have long, pencil-like fleece with high lustre while Huacaya Alpacas have compact fleece similar to that of a sheep’s. Compared to other camelids, alpacas have a more gentle temperament, which

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Gardening with Dogs

Gardening with Dogs: Balancing the Needs of Pets and Plants

Having dogs and a garden sounds like a dream. Farmers and hobby gardeners, alike, swear by their faithful “furry” assistants. Monty Don, Britain’s favorite gardener, even wrote a book about his golden retrievers Nell and Nigel, where he says that like gardening, “dogs are the other element of that transplanted desire for older rural harmonies.”

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