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Taking Sides: Choosing the right siding for the job

October 9, 2018 — In rural areas, the wind and severe weather can be especially punishing, causing damage to vehicles, crops, and buildings. Homes are often the victims of damage from severe storms as well as from years of exposure to the elements. Andy Hesse, a siding contractor with

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Getting ready for winter

October 8, 2018 — Sometimes during the dog days of summer it's hard to believe that in a few weeks snow will be falling. But now, while the weather is nice, is when we should be thinking about and starting winter preparation. I asked friends and acquaintances in person

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Water in the winter for green trees in the spring

October 8, 2018 — Fall tends to be a time for putting away hoses, rather than getting them out, but don't get in too big a hurry if you have newly-planted trees or shrubs.  Tim Sime, one of the owners of Jolly Lane Greenhouse in Rapid City, South Dakota,

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Sold! Real estate auction can have advantages for buyers and sellers

October 8, 2018 — Interested in buying the perfect piece of ground, but not interested in playing a waiting game or spending money over market value on a listed property? Agonizing over which neighbor to offer a property to first?   Real estate auction could be the solution to both

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Homeland Real Estate Fall 2018

October 4, 2018 — Flip through a digital copy of the magazine in the box at the bottom of this page, or read and share individual stories. Living outside the box: Alternative building materials give homeowners more options Compact tractors finding a place in agriculture Does Your Insurance Have

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Homeland – Spring, 2018

April 2, 2018 — A publication of Tri-State Livestock News and The Fence Post, featuring articles about all facets of buying, selling and owning real estate. This issue includes stories about low-water landscaping, tree selection, choosing a roofing contractor, ag zoning, the cost of fencing and soil testing. Read

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