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Out Here Magazine - Fall 2016

Out Here Magazine - Fall 2016 - Tractor Supply Co. Out Here Magazine - Fall 2016 Issue

'Rescue Your Rescue' contest winners use prize money to nurture needy animals


When Jake the homeless dog had been hit by a car, mangling all four legs, Cindy McManus and her colleagues at Imagine Pet Rescue never considered having him euthanized.


Jake had one leg amputated because of damage, but he was tenderly cared for and allowed to heal from his massive injuries. Some six months later and more than $5,000 in veterinary bills, Jake was adopted into his forever home.


Like Jake, most of the dogs taken in and eventually placed into homes by Imagine Pet Rescue have some kind of medical issue: some have Parvo, a highly contagious viral illness that is deadly to dogs or heartworms; some need medical help, such as a Rottweiler who needed surgery on both eyes; others have been abused or neglected; and others are senior dogs whose owners have relinquished them because they can’t, or won’t, pay for increasing veterinary care.


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FFA Students help feed the hungry - Tractor Supply Co. FFA Students help feed the hungry.

FFA students grow bountiful harvests to feed the hungry


It’s August in Florida. If the summer sun and afternoon rains cooperate then the corn will be golden ripe and ready for harvest when students return for the start of the school year on Cedar Key, a dot-sized island just off the Gulf Coast.


Though small, Cedar Key School, a K-12 public school with 240 students, boasts one of the most successful “Food for All” programs in all of Florida. Funded in part with a small grant from the Future Farmers of America, and led by agricultural sciences teacher Rachel Wetherington, the students grow crops year round.


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Plant fall bulbs for spring beauty - Tractor Supply Co. Plant fall bulbs for spring beauty

Plant bulbs in the fall for beautiful blooms next spring


When shorter summer days give way to fall, it signals the beginning of the end to another gardening season. Instead of dreading it, celebrate it with one last planting push.


Simply put: Think spring.


The best cure for the wintertime blues is looking out the window and seeing the first flowers of a new season. Plant a spring bulb garden now and you’ll reap the rewards of early flowers next year when you need them the most.


Gardeners may enjoy plunking a few spring bulbs into their perennial beds, but designing a new garden can be more satisfying.


Not only will spring flowers brighten an empty space, designing a spring bulb garden stretches a gardener’s creativity. It’s like painting a landscape with flowers.


There are a few design guidelines to ensure the best results. First, plan the garden in proportion to the space around it. A small bed will get lost in a large expanse of lawn, and a big planting bed can overwhelm a small space. Look for an unused area that will spring to life when planted.


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Farm Fence - Tractor Supply Co. A sturdy fence provides a barrier against expensive tragedies.

Farm Fence Maintenance

A sturdy fence provides a barrier against expensive tragedies. After all, just imagine the trouble of horses or cattle running loose on a busy road.


Fences, though, must survive a tough environment as animals and the weather do their best to wear down even the sturdiest wood and wire structures. So, it’s important to monitor fences, checking to see when it’s time to repair, or replace.


A bad fence can leave landowners in legal trouble, says Clyde Lane, a University of Tennessee animal science emeritus professor.


“If a producer has a history of his or her animals being out on the road, it’s harder to defend in court than if it’s only happened once every blue moon,” he says.


Making sure a fence is suited for the job is the first step. For example, boundary fences separating animals from a neighbor or a road are the most critical.


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