colorado land: Protect Your Dog from Rattle Snake Bites on Colorado Land with Snake Avoidance Clinics - 08/11/08 11:09 AM
 
All dogs in Colorado run a risk of being bitten by rattle snakes in a variety of Colorado ranches and land. One should keep in mind that snakes thrive in temperatures from 50 to 85 degrees. So when you're out with your dog remember to keep the temperatures in mind. There are things that you can do to eliminate the risks of your dog being bitten by snakes. One way is to enroll your dog in a snake avoidance Clinic. A snake handler by the name of Julian Weslow from Texas travels around parts of the country conducting these clinics. … (12 comments)

colorado land: Tips for Drought Planning on Your Colorado Ranch or Farm Property - 08/11/08 11:03 AM
Having a drought plan and knowing that there could be a need for it is the first step in preparing for drought on your farm or ranch in Colorado. Know body knows what precipitation levels are going to be from year to year. However as we mentioned in our last ranch and land blog, a visit to the US Drought Monitor website can help in predicting and forecasting what might be in store for the year.  
 
In Colorado, we usually like to look at snow pack levels in the mountains and plains as well as spring rainfall to assist … (2 comments)

colorado land: Good Drought Planning Can Reduce Risks for Colorado Ranch and Farm Owners - 08/11/08 11:00 AM
Colorado Ranch and Farm owners are finding great tools in planning for drought by visiting the US drought monitor website. The web site offers overviews and maps of current drought conditions throughout the nation. Scientists from government agencies and universities help to compile this and other drought data. New and updated information is posted at 8:00 a.m. every Thursday. Colorado ranchers and farmers can find further information regarding snow pack, stream flow, rainfall, soil moisture, climate, and precipitation data as well as weekly weather and crop bulletins in the current conditions section of the drought monitor web site.
Good management, good … (5 comments)

 

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