It’s always a struggle when you’re cooking for a crowd. You want to be a good host, engage your guests, and have fun, but you also want great tasting food. Well, you could call a caterer…or you could simply grab a slow cooker and follow the recipes below to create great party dishes you will love. Read on to find out what foods can cook while you enjoy your party.
Ask any farmer who has incurred tens of thousands of dollars of machinery damage by mice. Or, ask an RV owner whose beauty got infested in the off-season. Just ask anybody who just hates cleaning up mouse poop! A tiny mouse can create a big problem, and you’ll be left with the bill. Read on for the top mouse repellent to keep mice away from your home, farm, and equipment.
When you’re thinking about buying a new piece of power equipment, you have to consider that precious shed/garage space. For me, that means only purchasing equipment that is used throughout the year and can perform multiple functions. A leaf blower makes the cut, and you’d be surprised how many jobs this tool can help with. Clean gutters, clear snow off your sidewalks, dry your car – I’m going to go over all the jobs you can get done with your leaf blower and how to choose your new favorite piece of power equipment.
When you love deer hunting as much as we do, you exhaust every last resource to make sure your property is as desirable to deer as possible. Like us, deer need food, water, and cover to survive – we all know that. Well, we spoke with Mike from Antler King, and he gave us his step by step guide to late-summer plot prep that would attract deer throughout the hunting season! Read on to hear his plot preparation story and his tips to creating a deer habitat on your property.
Shoo, Fly! Don’t bother me! During the Summer and early Fall, flies are a nuisance to you, your guests, your pets, and livestock. There are tons of tips and tricks to getting rid of these pests including home remedies and products made specifically for fly control. Find out how to get flies out of your home or barn and keep them out.