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In cold weather calves require more dietary energy just for maintenance of body condition - not to mention to continue optimal growth and immune function health.


By Krystal Regan

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

For calves less than 3 weeks of age, temperatures below 60 degrees create cold stress. Calves older than 21 days are susceptible to cold stress affects at 42 degrees. Additional energy must be provided to the daily diet. Young calf and heifer diets should provide higher accessible energy in cool weather. We have calf milk replacers and starters specifically formulated to meets the needs of your calves and heifers this winter. Give me a call to discuss your calves' nutritional needs.

Should I include paid on-line marketing in my marketing plan and budget?

By Michelle Haugerud

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

The majority of people are now using the internet for some sort of use. If you have never tried placing an advertisement on-line, you could be missing out on this large market. On-line ads can provide so much more information to a user because the u ..... 
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What can I do to get my garden ready for winter?

By Peggi J. Redalen

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Put your perennials to bed properly so they’ll bloom again next year. Clear away dead foliage and destroy all weeds. Make sure your garden bed is clean to prevent disease. Perennials that are dormant at a constant temperature rarely having trouble ..... 
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I am a MN resident, after taking your class and getting my permit to carry what states can I carry my firearm in?

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Minnesota residents with only a MN permit can carry in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tenne ..... 
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What effect does deer season have on the demand for land?

By Chad Garteski

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Deer season often means a gathering of friends & family at the traditional hunting ground. Sometimes it is the old family farm or possibly a cabin with an acreage that becomes hunting camp each fall. While this is typically a time for comradery and t ..... 
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Researching vehicles on-line:

By Scott Brunsvold

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Step #4 in buying a car these days is doing some research on-line. There are 5 opinions to research. 1. Safety. Above all, am I looking at purchasing a vehicle that is safe to drive and safe in a crash. 2. Quality. For all the money I am looking ..... 
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Does the Fillmore County Journal design other things besides ads for the newspaper?

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Yes. We design logos upon request for businesses. One branch of our business, Perfect Glossy, specializes in designing and printing glossy brochures for customers. And, SMG Web Design, just celebrating five years of doing business in Fillmore County ..... 
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Can Insulated Concrete Forms ICF’s be used for cold weather concrete pours?

By Lyndon Lee

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

With Winter arriving early again this year most, concrete work comes to a halt. But because of the insulating properties of EPS foam, projects using ICF’s can be done all winter long without compromising the strength of the concrete. The rule of th ..... 
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Can I protect property I give to my married children if they get divorced?

By Scott Springer

Mon, Nov 24th, 2014
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Yes. Property that is given to married children is considered a non-marital asset to the extent that it is given only to the child and not their spouse, but there are always limits and exceptions that may apply. To protect from those limits or except ..... 
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