Coastal 101: Properly Fitting Your Horse for Blanketing

Coastal 101: Properly Fitting Your Horse for Blanketing

Today, Coastal equine specialist Miranda Dickson shows us how to properly size your horse for blanketing, including how to measure your horse for a proper fit, as well as how to buckle and put the blanket on properly. All you’ll need to fit your own horse is some twine, a measuring tape, and a friend. […]

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Ag News

Coastal Ag News Roundup

Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports

  In today’s Ag News Roundup, Oregon proposes new wolf management rules, farmers celebrated, super oysters created, USDA plans to relocate, and U.S. meat exports beat last year’s earnings. Oregon Proposing to Craft New Rules for Wolf Management Both rancher and conservation groups may be working together to help form new guidelines for managing wolfs […]

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Coastal 101: Get to Know the Parts of a Gun

Coastal 101: Get to Know the Parts of a Gun

  A lot of folks know and understand guns. Those people include hunters, recreational shooters, and a lot more. If you’re new to guns, or just looking for a refresher on the parts of handguns, rifles, and shotguns, this quick 101 is for you. Plus, we’ll cover some of the basic safety tips for owning […]

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Halloween Pumpkin Brownies

Halloween Pumpkin Brownies

Whether you’re into cute Halloween decorations or something a bit spookier, everyone can agree on this yummy treat that’s as easy to make as it is to eat. You’ll find the ghoulish step-by-step directions and a list of eerie ingredients below the how-to video.   Ingredients ½ cup pumpkin puree ¼ cup water ¼ cup […]

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Cosatal 101: Hoof Health with Horse Guard

Coastal 101: Hoof Health with Horse Guard

Join us for today’s Coastal 101 where Horse GuardTM founder, nutritionist and CEO Del Johnson discusses hoof health. He’ll be covering some of the basics that play a big role in hoof health, including nutrition, professional help, maintenance, and environment. Looking for information about cleaning your horse’s hooves? Check out these farrier tips on Cleaning […]

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Guns, Ammo, Gear & Safety

Coastal 101: Guns, Ammo, Gear, and Safety

    There are a lot of good reasons to own a gun, including hunting, safety, and recreation. In today’s Coastal 101, we’ll cover some of the basics of owning a gun, including a few of the main types of guns, ammunition, and a safety overview. Gun Basics In the simplest terms, a gun is […]

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Scratch and Peck

Products We Love: Cluckin’ Good Organic Sprouting Peas, Barley, Oats, and Wheat

  During the winter months, it can be a bit more difficult to ensure your animals get all the nutrients they need to stay happy and healthy. Scratch and Peck Feeds out of Burlington, Washington has the answer with their line of organic whole grains and easy-to-follow instructions on how to safely sprout them. Your […]

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Coastal Ag News

Coastal Ag News Roundup

Current Agricultural News, Stories, and Reports

  In today’s Ag News Roundup, severe drought continues to affect Oregon and Washington, ranchers may get grazing relief, trade agreements good news for U.S. cattle producers, grant awarded to WSU, and OSU shares poinsettia growing tips. Northwest Drought Triples in Size According to a U.S. Drought Monitor report, the drought in Oregon covers almost […]

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How to Avoid a Chimney Fire

How to Avoid a Chimney Fire

  Every time you light a fire in your wood stove, fireplace, or pellet stove, a small bit of creosote builds up. While some types of wood create more creosote, and water in your wood can add to the buildup, there are things you can do to avoid the dreaded flue or chimney fire. What […]

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Choosing the Right Tarp

Choosing the Right Tarp

  Here in the Pacific Northwest, tarps get used to cover and protect a lot of stuff, including patio furniture, recreational vehicles, roofs, and animal shelters. We even use them camping. But not all tarps are created equal. Some are perfect for quick, one or two time uses while others can be reused year after […]

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