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Diatomaceous earth is made from the fossilized shells of diatoms, an ancient kind of algae. As time passed, these microscopic shells, consisting mostly of the mineral silica, accumulated in freshwater lake beds and formed huge silica deposits. When mined and ground into powder, it becomes what we call diatomaceous earth. This chalk-like powder is microscopically very hard, coarse, and absorbent, which makes it useful for many things.

Chicken mites can be difficult pests to combat, their life cycle is difficult to thwart and they thrive in chicken coops. Diatomaceous earth, however, can be used as a natural chicken lice and mite treatment. DE works effectively to exterminate the lice and mites but remains a safe pesticide to have come in close contact with chickens; it targets both full-grown and gestating mites and lice. It's the absorbent properties of DE that allow it to dehydrate insects, and provide protection from future infestations.

Diatomaceous earth is a unique substance because it has a variety of uses. I am not big into the idea of "cure-all" products and I was skeptical to learn that diatomaceous earth claimed such wide ranging benefits. I read about people saying that it controlled fleas hiding in their sheets, in their clothes, and embedded in their carpet. I talked to a lady that explained how DE cleared a mange problem on her cattle and at the same time killing off ants in the garden. I'll admit I was doubtful toward this product that seemed to do a little or a lot of everything.

For John Kohler, gardening is a not just a hobby, it's his passion. His organic gardening YouTube channel GrowingYourGreens.com has over 164,000 subscribers. Every few days, avid followers are able to learn new tips and skills by catching the latest episode. In his most recent video, John tells us how to protect our gardens from pests without chemical pesticides.

If you are raising chicken or turkeys, you know that taking care of these birds is both challenging and rewarding. To help you promote and maintain the health of your birds, we have developed this instructional guide for helping you add diatomaceous earth to their diet.

Diatomaceous earth (DE) is an excellent feed additive for your animals. Ranchers and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding diatomaceous earth to animal feed. Used as a feed additive, DE can promote intestinal and digestive health, healthier coats, and can help combat parasites.

Diatomaceous earth has been known to improve digestive health and give animals shinier, healthier coats, which makes it an excellent feed additive for your horses. Ranchers, farmers, and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding this silica-rich supplement to animal feed.

According to a survey by the Bombay Company the top 5 most popular garden flowers in America include Iris, Tulips, Lilacs, Zinnias, and, of course, Roses.

One of the best things about late spring is the wide array of flowers and colors you see growing in your own garden. Some of those flowers will last just a few weeks and some will last all the way until the first frost.

Diatomaceous earth is an excellent feed additive for your animals. Ranchers and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding diatomaceous earth to animal feed. Used as a feed additive, DE can promote intestinal and digestive health, healthier coats, and can help combat parasites.

Diatomaceous earth has been known to improve digestive health and give animals shinier, healthier coats, which makes it an excellent feed additive for your cattle. Ranchers, farmers, and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding this silica-rich supplement to animal feed.

Diatomaceous earth (DE) is an excellent feed additive for your animals. Ranchers and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding DE to animal feed. DE can promote digestive health and shinier, fuller coats.

Spring is upon us. Most of us (sorry, Boston). But if you can see the flowers poking out of the ground, the sun coming out to play, and no sign of snow, Spring is here.

If you are raising ducks, you know that taking care of these birds is both challenging and rewarding. To help you promote and maintain the health of your ducks, we have developed this instructional guide for helping you add diatomaceous earth to their diet.

Diatomaceous earth (DE) is an excellent feed additive for your animals. Ranchers and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding diatomaceous earth to animal feed. Used as a feed additive, DE can promote intestinal and digestive health, healthier coats, and can help combat parasites.

Diatomaceous earth is an excellent feed additive for your animals. Ranchers and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding diatomaceous earth to animal feed. Used as a feed additive, DE can promote intestinal and digestive health, healthier coats, and can help combat parasites.

Diatomaceous earth (DE) is an excellent feed additive for your animals, including geese. Ranchers and pet owners alike have many stories of the benefits of adding diatomaceous earth to animal feed. Used as a feed additive, DE offers your geese many benefits, such as promoting intestinal and digestive health.

Diatomaceous earth is an excellent feed additive for your animals. Ranchers and pet owners have many stories about the benefits of adding diatomaceous earth to animal feed. DE can promote intestinal and digestive health and thick, shiny coats.

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