Bee Balm Flowers – All you need to Know

With the name Bee balm, this ornamental flower attracts not only bees, but hummingbirds and other beneficial pollinators. Bee balms are highly valued for their deep scarlet color, but also come in blue, violet, white and pink. Sun Needs: Full Sun / Partial Shade Soil Needs: Damp Zones: 4 – 9 Height: 2 – 4 feet Blooms in: Mid‑Summer – Late Summer Features: Attracts bees, butterflies

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How to treat Ruminant Animal Diseases

The best way to go about handling those diseases that are treatable is to first of all be sure of the diseases itself by doing confirmatory diagnoses. After knowing the disease, adequate and appropriate drug should be applied. However, in disease diagnosis and treatment, assumption should not be made by the farmer otherwise more money and energy will be wasted in the course of trying to manage the disease. Once a diseases is suspected, consult a Vet. Doctor expert who will do all possible to track down the disease and…

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How to identify the particular disease affecting your Ruminant Animals

There are some signs and symptoms which we described during our previous post on Diseases Ruminant Animals get from feeds and water and Signs to know when the Animals are Sick is not limited to only a particular disease. Many diseases do show similar signs that it will take an expert to be able to differentiate between them. There are times when laboratory tests will be required before the disease can be confirmed. So, to be sure of the exact disease affecting your ruminant animals, I will strongly advice that…

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