Want To Buy Hens To Sell Fresh Eggs And Chicks? What You Need And Need To Know

Posted on: 1 February 2018

Are you interested in putting a chicken coop on your property so you can sell fresh eggs, baby chicks and chickens? If so, you need to make sure that you have everything proved through the local agricultural board in your area, and with the authorities where you live. Here are some of the things to consider once you are ready to start building and selling. City or Township Inspection You want to know that you are following all of the agricultural laws that are set in the area, and that all of your coops, feed areas and other things are set up as they need to be. [Read More]

3 Tips to Help Graduate Physical Therapists Gain Confidence in the Role

Posted on: 6 April 2017

Completing your physical therapy degree is one thing, but gaining a proper appreciation of the role requires experience. Thankfully, as a new graduate, you can leverage the experience of other professionals who have been in a similar situation to your own. Below are three of the best tips that can help you develop as a new therapist: You May Not Know Everything, But You Have Resources There are usually two types of physical therapists that come out of college. [Read More]

On-Premise, Hosted, or SaaS? Your Options for Dynamics GP Deployment

Posted on: 14 October 2016

For many businesses, a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution such as Microsoft Dynamics GP offers a broad range of benefits. The only question that remains is how to deploy the solution. There are several ways you can deploy your Dynamics GP solution, with each model offering its own unique set of benefits and caveats. Staying in Control with On-Premise GP The traditional on-premises model offers several notable advantages: You're in control of your data at all times. [Read More]

Organizing Your First Trade Show? Don't Forget A First Aid & Nursing Station!

Posted on: 13 October 2016

Hosting a trade show as a fundraiser for your organization is a great way to earn your monetary goals and bring awareness of your organization to your community. But it's also a great way to get a headache. There are so many things to do and take care of when organizing a trade show that it can cause your head to spin. Speaking of headaches, it's crucial that you do not forget to set up at least one first aid station at your trade show. [Read More]