If you are looking for firewood for the winter months, you may have several options to choose from, whether you buy wood or split your own.
If you have time, don’t wait for time. Timing is everything. Which philosophy is right? Or is there truth in both?
The Barbados Blackbelly is a hair sheep used almost solely for meat. Some are raised and marketed as purebred lamb, but crossbreeding is common for commercial meat production.
When seeing the greater scaup (Aythya marila), the overall impression is that of a big, thickset duck.
Switchgrass is one of the dominant plant species of the tallgrass prairie, and it alone accounts for much of the natural soil-building that occurs on native prairies.
You may have heard the adage, “You can’t have too much compost.” But is it true? A recurring theme in nature is balance. Too much or too little of anything causes problems.
While sheep consume grass as 60% of their diet, they more than any other type of livestock will also eat forbs (non-woody flowering plants, commonly known as “weeds”).
Interested in learning more about the 11 regions of Kansas? You’ve come to the right place! We have updated our regions guide with new information on geology and wildlife.
Most gardening resources list the mineral needs of plants. But do plants, like humans and animals, need vitamins? The answers may not be quite what you expect.
The tufted duck (Aythya fuligula) may at first glance appear to be a ring-necked duck. However, this species has several differentiating characteristics worth noticing.