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18 Top Tips For Farm Security & Safety

If you own a small Homestead, farm or even a large cattle ranch, safety and security are very important. People may trespass on your property by accident or on purpose. Either way, it’s important that you know when people are about and what they’re doing. In this article, we present eighteen important tips to help … Read more

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[Solved] Best Drone For Farm Security

It can be a little daunting to think of having to keep an eye on an entire farm, and there may be areas that you simply cannot access with a security camera. For these areas, have you ever considered drone security? Technology is advancing in leaps and bounds, and the ability to use a little … Read more

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How To Train A Farm Dog {Learn How}

An effective farm dog isn’t a pet, and yet he isn’t livestock either. Rather, he straddles the divide between family and animals. Knowing how to train a farm dog is crucial to having one. Having a well trained dog can be an important element of your farm security. Keep reading to learn about raising a … Read more

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How To Build A Wood Farm Fence?

Fencing on a farm is an essential part of the farm security – either to keep stock in a certain area, or to keep them out of another area. So how do you build a wood farm fence? How to build a pasture fence? Is it cheaper to build a fence yourself? Read on to … Read more

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