Our, Ahem, Turkey of the Week, is Handsome Harry

Handsome Harry, a male Narragansett (heritage breed) turkey, is a lucky one. He won’t be on the dinner table today. He was photographed at the Barnyard Sanctuary in Columbia earlier this week by Cathy Miller. We wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, with or without turkey!
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Post Register

Barnyard Basics: Winter skin problems in horses

Skin diseases are fairly common in horses. There are a number of different types of problems, with varying causes—everything from parasites to viruses, fungi, bacteria and allergies. They can also vary in severity. Some are more likely to occur during wet weather or muddy conditions, which often occur in fall and winter. Two of the most common include “scratches” and “rain rot”.
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Dec. 18: Barnyard Lights Tour at Hart Park

The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation and William S. Hart Regional Park invite the community to enjoy its Barnyard Lights Tour, Saturday, Dec. 18, from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Get ready and excited to enjoy a photo with Santa, barnyard tours, feeding animals, Friends of Hart...
Times and Democrat

BARNYARD BRIEFS: Forestry association honors Haralson

Bamberg Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioner Johney L. Haralson received the 2020 Forestry Association of South Carolina's Charles H. Flory Distinguished Service Award at the association's annual meeting in Greenville. The award recognizes individuals for their contributions to tree farming, conservation and forestry education, as well as service to...

Highway 51

South Carolina Highway 51 branches 1.01 miles east from U.S. 21 near Carowinds and Fort Mills in northern York County to the North Carolina state line at the town of Pineville. S.C. 51 represents the westernmost leg of a multi state route with NC 51 east across south Charlotte to Matthews and Mint Hill.
Gunnison Times

BackStory — Jurassic masters to barnyard birds?

Listen to “Jurassic masters to barnyard birds?” on Spreaker. In this week’s episode of BackStory, Times podcast producer Anna Coburn journeys to the Jurassic, uncovering secrets of some of the oldest Gunnison locals: dinosaurs. Support local journalism!. Please consider making a donation to The Gunnison Country Times and help keep...
Culpeper Star Exponent

'Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie' moves into Kennedy Center's Family Theater

Families who have enjoyed the enchanting stories of Kwame Alexander—the prolific, award-winning and beloved author of 35 uplifting books for children—will be delighted to experience the upcoming feature of the Kennedy Center’s Family Theater, “Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie Starring Indigo Blume.”. The joyful musical merges the stories of two of...
Times and Democrat

BARNYARD BRIEFS: In-person corn, soybean meeting Dec. 8

Clemson Extension and the South Carolina Soybean Board will hold their annual South Carolina corn and soybean meeting in person this year Wednesday, Dec. 8. The event will be held at the Santee Conference Center on 1737 Bass Drive in Santee. The program begins with registration at 8:30 a.m. and...

Barnyard Politics

All writers in Op Ed are here to inform and acknowledge issues of importance to our communities, however these writings represent the views and opinions of the authors and not necessarily of The Advertiser. That we have different realities is the only reality. Our individual perceptions of reality are conditioned...

The Verandah Society and Irish Millie Team Up for Barnyard Benefit Concert

The Barnyard Benefit Concert will be held at Hollowbrook Highlands in Bethany Hills, formerly South Pond Farms. The Verandah Society with Kate Suhr and Megan Murphy will perform with special musical guest Irish Millie. “For so many years we’ve participated in the Salvation Army Toy Drive as a company,” said...
Paste Magazine

Good Morning Look Back on Barnyard and 10 (Or So) Years Together

Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons can’t tell you exactly how long they’ve been performing together. They’ve shifted between bands, independent music-making and their indie-rock venture, Good Morning. They’ve concocted a scrappy blend of jangle pop, folksy ballads and noise rock with a cool-kid DIY flair. They’ve been sampled by A$AP Rocky, released four EPs and just joined Polyvinyl Records. Though the two have only performed as Good Morning for about seven years, making their debut with 2014’s Shawcross, they still feel young, just much wiser.