Columbia Farm Supply
170 Bear Creek Pike
Columbia, TN 38401
Tel. (931) 388-1200
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Vegetable Gardening Tidbits

Are you ready to make the most of your vegetable garden? Try these tips and tidbits for everything from easier weeding to stopping pests to enjoying a hearty harvest! Continue Reading →

The Perfect Summer Trail Ride

Summer is the ideal season for enjoying trails and giving your horse both exercise and the stimulation of new surroundings. But how do you choose the very best, most enjoyable ride for both you and your horse? Continue Reading →

Egg-Cellent Ways to Use Excess Eggs

It can be fun to keep a few chickens, but even a small flock of hens can quickly lay more eggs than you need. No matter how much your hens are laying, however, those eggs don't need to go to waste! Continue Reading →

Flea & Tick Prevention

Even if your dog spends very little time outside or your cat never leaves your house, you may still find fleas or ticks on your pet or in your home.  Both of these external parasites can be transported into your house by hitching a ride on someone’s shoes or clothes, and fleas are small enough to enter through a screen door. Continue Reading →

Stopping Summer Mastitis

Summer mastitis can be a problem not only for dairy farmers, but for anyone with heifers, whether it is a large or small herd for dairy or beef production. Understanding this infection can help you know how to minimize the risk and keep your cows healthy. Continue Reading →

Keep Your Chicks Happy and Entertained

Chickens may seem like simple livestock, but they are actually intelligent, curious birds. Keeping your flock entertained can help them stay healthier and happier, making them a more productive part of your farm. Continue Reading →

How Well Do You Know Cattle?

Cattle are one of the most popular and familiar types of livestock, but how well do you really know cattle? These amazing bovine facts may surprise you! Continue Reading →

Tips for Selling a Horse

A horse can be an expensive investment, and if you find yourself in the position to sell one, it can be a challenge to find an appropriate buyer willing to pay a suitable price. Continue Reading →

Does My Pet Really Need to Wear a Collar?

It can take some getting used to for a new pet to wear a collar for the first time. Your pet may scratch at the... Continue Reading →

Reinvigorate your Senior Horse

As horses age, they go through several changes that affect their energy level. That doesn’t mean you have to retire your riding buddy just yet! There are things you can do to keep your senior horse fit and happy, and though you may need to take it easier, you can still enjoy riding with your horse. Continue Reading →

Molting Blues

As the daylight hours grow shorter, your chickens will slow or stop their egg laying, and begin to molt. This is a natural process, not... Continue Reading →

Tips for Pet Proofing Your House

Both dogs and cats can suffer accidents and injuries in and around the home. Here are a few tips that may help keep your pets safe from common household accidents. Continue Reading →

Mani/Pedi for your Goats and Sheep

Your goats and sheep like to have their nails clipped too! Sheep hooves tend to grow more slowly than goat, and the sole is more sensitive on a sheep, but otherwise the technique is pretty much the same. Continue Reading →

Garden Rows

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Draft Horse Power

Modern technology has given today’s farm a lot of advantages – but is it always the best choice? Tractors and other farm equipment can be costly to purchase and maintain, can compact the soil, and dirty up the air on your farm. For a possibly more economical, and definitely more organic choice, consider using draft horses on your farm. Continue Reading →

Deep Doo-Doo: Built-Up Litter System or Deep Litter Method

Chicken manure can be a valuable source of nutrients for your garden. Though it is too strong to be used directly on your plants, when composted, chicken manure is superior to other manures because of the nutrients it contains, how much moisture it holds, and the beneficial bacteria it adds to the soil. Continue Reading →

Lyme Disease, Your Dog, and You

Lyme disease is a multi-system disorder caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. Lyme positive dogs have been reported in all 50 states. Continue Reading →

Dealing with Flies

There's no getting around it. If you keep any kind of livestock, you will have flies buzzing around as soon as the weather starts to warm up. But you don’t have to let the flies overrun your farm. Here are a few things to try to keep the fly population under control. Continue Reading →

Growing and Storing Herbs

Growing herbs, whether inside or out, may be one of gardening’s most gratifying experiences. Because of their beauty and versatility, herbs may be grown amid vegetables, ornamentals, or in a garden dedicated strictly to their kind. Continue Reading →

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