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5 Sheep Surprises Proven By Science

PHOTO: Stefan Powell/FlickrSheep are saddled with centuries worth of stereotypes, commonly described as docile and dumb. But these five fascinating findings from research show that much of what we think we know just ain’t so.1. Sheep Recognize & Remember FacesResearch conducted at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, England, has shown that sheep recognize and remember faces—both sheep and human—and that they react to different facial expressions.
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All About Victorian Style Homes

Linda is a seasoned writer and home-decorating authority. She loves sharing design trends, decor ideas, and useful tips with her readers.If you are toying with the idea of purchasing a Victorian home, you should be aware of the history and characteristics of this beloved architectural style. Committing to a Victorian means you will be part of the romance and history of a by-gone era.
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Holiday Gift Ideas For Gardeners

Home /Urban Farming /Holiday Gift Ideas For GardenersPHOTO: iStock/ThinkstockThe holiday season is in full swing. For last-minute shoppers like myself, here are a few ideas for the avid urban gardeners in your life.Seed Gift BoxesMany seed companies now offer a variety of boxed gift sets that make wonderful presents for anyone interested in gardening.
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Congressional Bills Aim To Open Raw-Milk Markets

Home /News & Trending /Congressional Bills Aim To Open Raw-Milk MarketsMolly Marshall/FlickrOf all the controversial ag and food topics out there, I might like writing about raw milk the best. People really get upset about who’s allowed to drink what and how much control we should allow the government to have over our food supply.
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Fruit Trees for Kids

Courtesy Fruit Tree Tour/ Common VisionCommon Vision’s Fruit Tree Tour plants orchards at low-income California schools to provide year-round student nutrition.It starts with a seed. And that one seed will make a difference. (A tree. A child.) Cultivate the seed carefully, and you will see the fruit of your labor.
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