Ohio County, Kentucky

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Well water testing

My horses have been losing weight and just seem not to be thriving no matter how much grain, hay and worming and vet care I give them. I have an older pony that is still losing weight no matter what we try and I believe that our well water may be the culprit. Someone mentioned to me that I may need to get it tested. I have no idea where or how to get it done. I would like some information about this. I have about 15 acres in Horse Branch, Ohio County, Kentucky and all around my property is woodland with some farmland. Also the well is a hand dug well that was on the property already when my husband was a child, since the 1940's. Any information and/or prices charged for well water testing would be appreciated. Thank You.

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Ohio County Kentucky about 4 years ago

canning

Was interested in learning how to can and wanted to see if any classes are available

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Ohio County Kentucky over 4 years ago

Is this wood sorrel for Columbine

At the beginning of the season I planting Columbine seeds I can't remember exactly where I place them I found these seedlings I'm curious as to whether they are wood sorrel Clover or Columbine any assistance would be greatly appreciated thank you

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Ohio County Kentucky over 4 years ago

Rough river dam

Why is the dam not being used for what it was intended for? Why don't they shut it down before it floods?

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Ohio County Kentucky about 5 years ago

Knock out roses

My roses look like they are drying up but it does have a few new shoots

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Ohio County Kentucky over 4 years ago

Soil testing

I need my soul tested. Vegetables, flowers and trees are are not surviving and I don't know why. How can I get my soil tested?

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Ohio County Kentucky about 5 years ago

What could this berry be

My friends neighbor ask me to identify this plant. Yet I am stumped. It has no leaves, it is a vine bearing clumps of berries evenly spaced along the vine itself.

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Ohio County Kentucky over 4 years ago

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