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Livestock

Fattening calves for meat

You can make good money on breeding cattle, but only if you know how to properly fatten the calves, because the main income comes from selling meat. It is not surprising that many breeders are looking for the most effective method of fattening, so that it is both inexpensive and efficient. How to perform fattening calves for meat at home and what additives to use at the same time, you can learn from this article.
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Vegetable

The best varieties of cherry tomatoes with a description and photo

Cherry tomatoes, like all other types of tomatoes, spread throughout the world from South America, where the Indians learned to grow them. The first written mention of small cherry-like tomatoes dates back to 1623. After the appearance of cherry in Europe, intensive work began on the breeding of new species of more sustainable, strong and unusual varieties.
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Gardening

Yellow raspberry

Yellow raspberry, like red, is in great demand. It is easy to grow, so breeders are constantly creating new varieties. But in a wide variety it is not easy to understand. The article will contain popular, fruitful and remontant varieties of yellow raspberry with a capacious description. What are the most popular varieties?
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Gardening

Felt cherry

Felt cherry, it’s also Chinese, is a distant relative of wild cherry. Some gardeners are delighted with her, others see solid flaws. The qualities, characteristics of planting, care and diseases of felt cherries will be discussed later in the article. What are the features and taste? Gardeners point out that there are many advantages and disadvantages to felt cherries.
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Livestock

Beet pulp (Beet pulp)

In the production of sugar from sugar beets get a lot of by-products that are used for feeding farm animals. Beet pulp is one of these by-products. In agriculture, it is highly valued for its nutritional value, high content of useful substances, and relatively low cost.
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Beekeeping

Incubation guinea fowl

In appearance, guinea fowls resemble a cross between a chicken and a turkey. They have tender, dietary meat, they give tasty and very healthy eggs, and it is not difficult to maintain them. But there is one problem. Breeds for home breeding (not wild) are mostly devoid of maternal instinct, therefore an incubator is always used to get young stock.
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