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Are Invasive Plants Hogging Your Water Supply?

There are a lot of reasons to brush mow: clearing overgrown areas so they’ll look less like a jungle and more like a well-maintained meadow; turning a wild wooded area into usable lawn; maintaining trails, et cetera. There’s one reason that you may not have heard of: protecting your water supply. Invasive species such as… Read More

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Equestrian Arena Footing Maintenance: Arena Drag Comparison (Part 2/2)

Chris Diaz and his wife Verena own and manage Pferdehof Dressage, an equestrian facility in Berthoud, Colorado. They have years of experience maintaining professional riding arenas. Read part 1 of this article here. There is no “one size fits all” approach to arena footing maintenance. Each arena drag has its own specific characteristics that make it more… Read More

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Equestrian Arena Footing Maintenance (Part 1/2)

Chris Diaz and his wife Verena own and manage Pferdehof Dressage, an equestrian facility in Berthoud, Colorado. They have years of experience maintaining professional riding arenas. Ask any equestrian and they will passionately tell you that maintaining proper arena footing is of utmost importance. Uneven footing is a leading cause of injuries for sport horses. In order… Read More

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3 Smart Ways to Prevent Lawn Mushrooms

Virtually everywhere in the US, and particularly in the wettest regions, lawns can easily become dotted with lawn mushrooms. These pests are not only unbecoming to an otherwise pristine lawn, but can be very harmful to children and pets because eating them is, in most cases, extremely toxic. You can’t keep mushroom spores from flying into your… Read More

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DR Introduces NEW Stump Grinder!

We have recently announced a new addition to our Stump Grinder lineup! The new 16.5 ft-lb. DR® Pro-XL Stump Grinder is the most powerful model in the line, allowing homeowners to grind away large, tough hardwood stumps even more quickly and easily. In just minutes, it transforms any stump into woodchips – gone forever! Plus, the… Read More

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How to Choose a Type of Firewood

It’s wood season again! And with it comes the satisfying challenge of splitting all the cords of wood you’ll need for the winter, stacking them neatly, and having a reliable way to transport them to the wood stove. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. The first step is choosing a type of firewood to… Read More