Spring is coming and the grass will grow
So here’s how to find what you need to know.
With over 1,000 articles published since March 21, 2013, there’s a lot of information stored for you at On Pasture. So chances are if you have a question, you can find the answer here. And what better time to look than now, just before your livestock head to the pastures.
But how do you find what you need? Here are some browsing options.
Click on the “Staff” button up in the right hand corner of the page. Or just click here.
See that list just under the “On Pasture” title? Those are all the categories we hit every week. Hover your mouse over them to see the kinds of topics covered. Then click on what you’re interested in and explore for what you want to find.
There’s a little magnifying glass on the right hand side of the page (see the illustration below). When you hover over that, a “Search the Site” box will appear and you can type in what you’re interested in reading about.
The Tag Cloud is another good way to find articles you might be interested in. Tags are words associated with articles. The Tag Cloud is a list of these words that appears in the narrow middle column of every page. (Don’t see the middle column? Make your browser window wider and it will appear.) The larger the word, the more articles you’ll find. Click on the word you’re interested in and the articles with that tag will show up.
Now, isn’t that a lot easier than searching through the recycling, or the piles of magazines by your bed?
We’re also happy to send you updates once a week when new articles go up. You have two options for this. You can send us your email and every Tuesday you’ll get a short newsletter with the names of the new articles. Just put your email address in the box below and hit “Subscribe” and you’re good to go.
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Thanks for reading and for your support!
Kathy and Rachel