Water Safety

Summertime Water Safety

May 26, 2017 / No Comments / By: Vanessa Berning

  There are hundreds of places to go for a nice swim throughout the waterways of the Pacific Northwest. While most trips result in happy memories, too many families lose a loved one due to an avoidable drowning or water accident. As you venture out to your favorite spot, be sure to keep an extra […]

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Grace Ann Pegnone

Meet Grace-Ann Pegnone, a Truly Amazing Kid

May 26, 2017 / No Comments / By: Vanessa Berning

  There are some amazing kids living in our communities. Every year the Pamplin Media Group, along with Coastal Farm & Ranch, honors those young people who do good things and are committed to making a difference in their communities. Parents, educators, and others nominate these incredible young people. The winners are then honored at […]

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How To Fillet a Fish

Coastal 101: How to Fillet a Fish

The art of preparing a fish is best told with a quick video. Join Coastal’s Brian Sutherland as he learns how to properly fillet a fish with Chef Matt Bennett of Sybaris Bistro in Albany, Oregon.     Coastal Carries Everything You Need Stop by your nearby Coastal Farm & Ranch for all of your […]

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Coastal Ag News Roundup for June 14th

Ag News Roundup

Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports

  In today’s Ag News Roundup, farmers hope to reduce powerlines in the countryside, invasive beetle days are numbered, horse owners start vaccinating for West Nile virus, organic grower promises to control weeds, and Washington readies for record cherry crop. Minimizing Powerlines in the Umatilla Basin The Umatilla Basin is finding ways to encourage wind […]

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Hydroflask

Healthy Hydration for You and Your Animals

What is Dehydration? A person, dog, cat, cow, or horse can get dehydrated due to reduced water intake or increased fluid loss. This can be caused by overheating, sickness, or a lack of fresh water. The result is often a loss of appetite, dry mouth, lethargy, and sunken eyes. In addition, people suffering from dehydration […]

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Clearing Brush

Clearing Brush and Why It’s Important

  Every year there is an average of 20,000 agricultural-related fires causing an average of $102 million in losses. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, nearly two-thirds of those fires occur in fields, and more than half of those involve brush or grass. Whether you have rigs sitting out on your property or tall weeds […]

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Barbed Wire Fencing

Barbed Wire and Other Fencing Options

Coastal’s Urban Farmer’s Almanac

  There is nothing more beautiful and useful than a well-constructed and maintained fence. Whether you live in the city and need a fence to keep the dogs from wandering off or you live in the country and need to corral your livestock, you have plenty of options. Some of the most popular are wire […]

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Panel and Mesh Fencing

The Benefits of Panels and Mesh Fencing

Coastal’s Urban Farmer’s Almanac

  There are a lot of fencing options available to keep your livestock in and unwanted guest out. But few are as versatile, portable, and cost effective as panels and steel fencing. Today we’re taking a quick look at the benefits for your country or suburban homestead. Make Ranching and Farming Easier Ready-made Panels often […]

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