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Tips for Attracting Cardinals to Your Outdoor Area

The Northern Cardinal is a very common bird found in most central and eastern states, throughout the south, and throughout much of the southwestern United States. They can be found in yards, gardens, woods, even deserts and have greatly expanded their breeding range over the past 80 years. The Red Cardinal does not migrate in winter and will therefore provide shelter, appropriate food and fresh water to diligently visit your yard and continue to do so throughout the year. Northern cardinals prefer densely wooded areas such as forest edges, overgrown fields, hedges, backyards, marshy plains, Mesquite and ornamental landscapes. Cardinals nest in dense foliage ranging from 3 to 12 feet above the ground in many types of trees and shrubs. You will find them nesting in dogwoods, honeysuckle vines, vines, red cedars, spruce, roses, mulberries, elms, sugar maples and boxers. They do not nest in nest boxes or nest boxes. The diet of these beautiful red birds consists mainly of seeds and

How to Feed and Breed Horses

Horses are herbivores and usually show intestinal fermentation behind. It is therefore very important to exercise good food management in horses to prevent feeding and lack of nutrition. The significant aspects of food are highlighted. 1. Do not add non-nitrogenous protein substances such as urea to horses of all categories as they cannot repetitive as ruminants. 2. Horses should receive dry matter of at least 1.5% of the body weight. 3. Body weight (kg) = circumference of heart (cm) * 2.7 for light breeds Body weight (kg) = perimeter of the heart (cm) * 3.1 for medium breeds Body weight (kg) = circumference of heart (cm) * 3.5 for heavy breeds 4. Oats, barley, grain and wheat bran are the most commonly concentrated food given to the horse. 5. When it relates to green fodder, the best fodder is alfalfa (green or grass). 6. For better use and assimilation of nutrients, the total daily ration can be divided into 4 to 6 separate meals. 7. Regular feeding, avoiding ful