3 Main Culprits of a Water Pump That Runs but Doesn’t Pump Water

20 May 2019
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Owning a water pump in rural Australia is one of the easiest ways to source water. From watering cattle to domestic use, pumping water from underground sources is critical in areas that do not have a connection to the mains. However, you can only benefit from your pump if it is running in optimal condition. That said, water pumps can develop problems with one of the main ones being the inability to pump water even though the pump's motor is running. Read More 

Kiss From A Rose: Choosing The Best Fertilisers For A Blooming Rose Garden

13 March 2018
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Gardening trends may come and go at a dizzying rate, but some plants and flowers retain their timeless beauty, and whether your garden is large or small, traditional or modern, it can always benefit from the addition of a few beautiful rose bushes. As well as being attractive, rose bushes are also surprisingly hardy, and despite their fickle reputation, you can usually find a rose variety that will grow in any type of soil or level of shade. Read More 

5 Tips for Feeding Your Kelpie

19 May 2017
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Kelpies live and work on farms throughout Australia. They are great sheep herders, with boundless energy and intelligence superior to that of many dogs. To stay healthy, kelpies need a particular balance of protein and minerals. Use these five top tips to ensure your kelpie dog gets the nutrition they need from their diet. 1. Choose the Right Foods A kelpie's diet should primarily consist of premium, dried dog food. Premium brands are rich in the nutrients that an energetic dog needs to support their hardworking lifestyle. Read More 

Don’t Overlook These Details When Choosing a Rainwater Tank for Your Property

26 April 2017
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A rainwater tank can be a good choice for your property, if you have a large garden or farm or raise livestock; you can use the rainwater to water your crops or cattle rather than wasting fresh water for these uses. Rainwater is also good to use in case of a brushfire on the property, or can also be used as drinking water if you have a strong filtration system in the home. Read More