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Planning to avoid pond winter kill
Learn more about a couple of pond management techniques that could help you avoid winter kill in your pond.
How to successfully stock your pond
Learn which common Midwestern fish species have the most success in pond ecosystems, and which fish work well together.
Ponds need year-round management
Spring is a good time to stock or restock your pond. Learn how to introduce new fish and assess current populations to optimize your fishing experience.
How to stock your pond for fishing
Learn more about what fish species to stock your pond with and how to maintain the population thereafter.
Manure holding pond safety
Take a second to review safety measures and precautions that can be taken to avoid accidents around manure holding ponds.
February, praying for freezing days
Old time farmers always said that in February, it thaws a little each day. It is music to my ears now, but as a kid, February was a really great month to be frozen over.
Before digging a pond, examine your soil
The best piece of advice I could give anyone would be, hire a soil scientist to examine your soil to see if it is conducive to pond construction.
How to stay safe on frozen lakes, ponds
It’s difficult to tell the strength of ice simply by its appearance, its thickness, the temperature outside or whether or not it’s covered with snow.
Don’t blame agriculture for pond management failure
Far too often farm runoff is blamed for fish kills; however, serval factors can contribute.
Proper planning can help you avoid costly pond problems
A successful pond can be very rewarding and enjoyable, but a failing pond is a very costly and frustrating issue.
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