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Upgrades for Cabinet Doors That Are Hard to Knock

Who says wallpaper is only for the wall? One of the joys of upgrading your cabinet doors is the chance to make them unique and personalized. Choose some interior latex paint in a color you love for your cabinet and let it dry. Now it's time for the interesting part.

Find some scrap wallpaper that really speaks to you, something you'd enjoy Cabinet Knobs Guys basis. Then cut it to fit the door panel, spray adhesive on the…


Posted on August 31, 2017 at 10:22

Hammocks Make For Vivid Memories

Hammocks bring back a lot of good memories for me. I've always enjoyed sleeping in them, and what's really interesting is how many of those particular memories are still just absolutely vivid, of good times..and a couple of comical ones too. They include family camp-outs as a kid, sleeping in one on my grandparents back porch by the river in Cocoa Beach, music festivals, various camp-outs and at times just laying in one in the backyard after cutting the grass, resting and looking up…


Posted on August 31, 2017 at 10:01

Excluding Badgers by Electric Fencing

Within Britain, badgers are particularly numerous in much of the south-west of England, and also in parts of the south-east and Wales. The Eurasian badger occupies a wide range of habitats. In Britain, numbers are highest in areas where there is a lot of old, well-grazed cattle pasture, but they also occupy mixed and arable farmland, forests, moor lands and coastal habitats such as sand dunes and cliffs. In addition, they also live in urban areas.

A large part of the…


Posted on August 31, 2017 at 8:05

Common Chicken Hazards That Can Lead To Chicken Deaths

Predator control is one of the top chicken hazards you must address because they can lead to lard numbers of chicken deaths. Predators like dogs, cats, raptors, raccoons, possums and foxes just to name a few, can decimate your flock in no time flat. The areas that you keep your hens in must be securely fenced and predator proof. If your hens don't free range, you need to do daily checks on the fencing to make sure that nothing has dug under or has chewed through the fencing or the…


Posted on August 31, 2017 at 7:00

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