Show your ultimate weekend for a chance to win trips, outdoor gear or an Exmark Lazer Z X-Series mowerBeatrice, Neb. (March 2, 2015) — Exmark today announced the upcoming launch of its “Take Back Your Weekends” video contest. Set to begin April 1, 2015, the contest will run through June 30, 2015....
Batesville, AR Manufacturer Expands To Support New Relationship With MahindraHouston, TX (November 11, 2014) – Mahindra USA announced Monday it is teaming up with Intimidator Inc. to manufacturer an all-new line of utility vehicles, the Mahindra mPACT XTV. The mPACT XTV rollout will begin with six...
For this issue, contributor Katie Honnette pitched a thoughtful and timely idea for an article: Keeping younger kids occupied in a positive way during this last stretch between winter and spring (see “Indoor Craft Ideas” on page 29). And Katie’s idea gave me a few of my own. Here in Eastern Iowa, we’ve been experiencing a dry winter with just a few measurable snowfalls. This has resulted in what I can only describe as a “blah” winter: Gray skies, dull landscapes, and cold temperatures. The lack of snow has limited winter activities, and the cold temps (apart from a mild January) have meant getting outside to run or hike isn’t as much fun as during other times of the year. This atypical winter weather, coupled with Katie’s article, made me wonder what other winter activities folks are doing to keep themselves from suffering the blahs. Do you spend more time at the indoor gun range? Enjoy hunting or ice fishing? Maybe you hit the gym more often, either at home or at the club. Some people take this downtime to indulge in a favorite hobby, like photography, quilting, or scrapbooking. When I was growing up, a good friend’s father would sidestep the winter blahs by planning fly...
Updated formula helps provide a strong start to laying chicks  Shoreview, Minn. (February 12, 2015) – Purina Animal Nutrition announces an enhanced formula of Purina Start & Grow Premium Poultry Feed designed to support immune health. Available in both medicated and non-medicated formulas,...

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