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Why Buy Chain Link Fencing

For homeowners who are looking for home security, a chain link fence may be a great fit. Admittedly, there are a lot of great reasons to buy chain link fences: They provide basic security around homes; they keeps-in pets; they meet BOCA swimming pool code; and probably the best reason to buy a residential chain [...]

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Top 5 National Parks In the United States

With picturesque landscape and majestic wildlife animals, it's no wonder why tourists flock to our U.S. national parks on vacation. Our national parks help local economies thrive and are refuge to animals that are upon extinction. I have been fortunate enough to see many of these national parks; but if you haven't explored one just [...]

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Celebrate International Cat Day!

August 8, 2017 marks the 15th annual International Cat Day - not to be confused with World Cat Day which is held in October each year. Just because we aren't sitting somewhere glamorous, such as Melbourne, Australia, doesn't mean we can't celebrate with our feline friends from the comfort of our home Here's how you [...]

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How High Does a Deer Fence Need To Be?

I've seen deer jumping over high fence before; but how can I stop them from destroying crops and feasting on my home garden?The typical whitetail deer is known to jump well over 8' high. In one case, a deer jumped a 15’ deer fence; but it may have been chased by a predatory animal such as [...]

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Exercises For Your Older Pet

Exercise becomes increasingly important as your pets age. It's best to start training dogs while they are young; but for pet owners who adopt senior dogs from an animal shelter, this becomes a challenge, as they don't know how the dog was once treated. While providing fresh water and healthy dog food is key, the [...]

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Why Protect U.S. National Parks?

State Parks are home to stunning landscape, majestic wildlife and vast forest regions that attract millions of national park visitors each year.In all of their wondrous beauty, national parks can act as a refuge for threatened wildlife species and can also serve as a traveling destination for family vacations, weekend picnics and recreational activities.Reasons to [...]

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It's Blueberry Month In Canada

Canada is the world's largest producer of low-bush blueberries, and is second to the United States for exporting blueberry crops.These "dusty" blue marbles are jam-packed with flavor and are quite healthy to eat in the summertime and early fall seasons. In fact, one cup of blueberries contains just 85 calories! Although the blueberry arrived first [...]

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Elk County Deer Test For CWD

Story re-posted from Times Leader: July 30, 2017. The Pennsylvania Game Commission reported on Thursday that two free-ranging deer were euthanized on the evening of July 26 in Ridgway Township, Elk County. The deer were discovered about 20 miles north of Disease Management Area 3, within the Commonwealth’s Elk Management Area.Both deer had identification tags [...]

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Rare Foot Rot Disease In Deer

An unusual type of contagious foot disease may be affecting Kansas’ deer population at a higher than average rate, and the cause isn’t yet known.Tim Donges, president of the Quality Deer Management Association’s Bluestem branch, said reports of foot rot have been coming in at an alarming rate in recent weeks. As a result, the [...]

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Deerbusters Announces Cat Fence End Systems

Both corner and end systems are used to strengthen the fence structure. Corner systems need to be as straight as possible for stability; while end systems are used whenever an installer is stopping, or ending, a run of fencing. It's important to note that the vertical line posts are not included in the corner system [...]

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