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RECENT BLOG POSTS
   New Private classes! We are excited to announce a new option that is available starting in February 2009 . . . Private rural property classes!   After many many requests for additional classes, flexible schedules, more personalized property focus - coupled with the State's heavy budget cuts a...
01/07/2009
Hi Folks, Living in the country usually means that you will be utiliznig a septic system with leach fields. Many families that move in from the city or suburban areas with sewer infrastructrues have never had to pay much attention to what goes down the drain and what you should and shouldnt put d...
12/19/2008
Hi Folks, Well just when you thought you had seen it all. I have been shocked lately by the number of abandoned animals left behind as some people abandon their homes to foreclosure. The latest one I saw was a small pot belly pig that had recently won fair ribbons too. The people abandoned their ...
12/13/2008
Hi Folks, Just had a great event take place this last weekend and wanted to share it with you. A little background . . .I am a soccer coach for my daughters under 10 team and for the end of the year I wanted to do something extra special (a little more than the usual Pizza Party or Ice Cream soci...
12/08/2008
Hi Folks, A friend of mine Jeff Spirer is teaching a class at the Gold Country Computer Learning Center, where we both volunteer as computer class instructors. The new Google class is focused on getting more out of Google than the usual basic searches for content. He will be going into details on...
12/02/2008
Hi Folks, I write an article for our newsletter profiling a 'weed' that many rural property owners have to deal with. This one comes up so often, in questions to Keith Crabtree to an I, that I wanted to post this to my blog as well. Hedge Parsley a.k.a. Velco Plant Latin Name: Torilis arvensis De...
11/28/2008
We have many folks that desire our local area for all that the country life has to offer, including owning horses. Before your clients make their final offer on their new dream horse property, have them consider the following realities: Stall cleaning: You must clean your horses' stalls at least ...
11/13/2008
Additional Items May Be Needed At The Closing . . . It is best to be prepared Listed below are many of the items to attend to prior to the closing. It is important to review these items and discuss them with your agent.    FINANCING-Arrange for financing. Obtain a final approval and review lende...
10/16/2008
Whether you own one horse or 11, keeping tabs on your hay supply should be a priority on your acreage. Now is a good time to assess your grass hay needs to avoid a shortage in the coming winter. Horses need roughage year round. A horse's diet should consist of 50% to 100% grass hay of some sort. ...
09/26/2008
Raising livestock means raising grass, so it would be a good idea to start thinking of yourself as a "Grass Farmer". Learn how to grow grass well and the livestock will follow . . . literally! So, to best take care of your animals, and your land, begin to think of yourself as a “grass farmer.” In...
09/26/2008
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