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Looking back: January 1940, 1990

Here’s a glance back at what Baker Countians were reading 75 and 25 years ago this month. The snippets are pulled from our archives:

January 1940-75 years ago  Read More »

WC hosts ‘tailgate’ luncheon

The GFWC Woman’s Club of Macclenny members wore their favorite football jerseys and enjoyed a “tailgate” luncheon at their January meeting.

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Now’s the time to start pruning; remember to disinfect implements

Pruning of landscape trees and shrubs can begin this month and continue through February while plants are dormant. Improve tree health by removing dead and diseased limbs. Improve tree structure by removing and/or reducing damaged or rubbing limbs and limbs with included bark. If severe pruning is needed, it should be carried out over several years. Read More »

Chickens shedding feathers and laying fewer eggs? They’re molting

Have you noticed some of your chickens losing feathers during the last couple of months? Have your hens also decreased their egg production or stopped laying entirely? If so, your chickens are most likely going through a molt. Read More »

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