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Aug02

Read and Hear How To Stop Moles Now and Forever

Rick and Smokey talk taking back your yard from the moles invasion. Read about stopping moles in their tracks Preventing, stopping and killing moles has never been easier with the 100% organic Mole Zap. No chemicals, no residue or clean up. You just inject our patented device where you see yard disruption and you never have to deal with your mole intruders again. Hear your Two Fat Guys talk about the revolutionary Mole Zap product and easy 4 step process. It’s so easy that Rick and Smokey don’t risk falling down and never getting off the ...

Jul26

Two Fat Guys Solve Lawn Problems

How to look at your lawn and tell what it needs. It’s easy and we will tell you how. * Got thatch, you need more microbial activity. Why aren’t the microbes abundant? Every time you put on synthetic fertilizers you leave residual salts behind and salt kills microbes. We have hose end applicators of good microbes that you just water in. Once you have them, then you need to feed them. Jonathan Green’s Love your lawn love your soil has molasses in it that feeds microbes and it also has 160,000,000 year old humates which is primordial microbes. * Clover means you probably are nitrogen deficient. That is the first number on the bag of fertilizer. Clover takes nitrogen out of the ground and affixes it in the soil. That is why smart organic gardeners plant clover at the end of the season and till it in for a great soil amendment. * Crabgrass. It can only grow where there is sunlight and if you grow a big luscious lawn and CUT THE GRASS HIGH, the sun never gets to the ground and the crabgrass can’t germinate. Most of the problem is people trying to grow Blue Grass which is ...

Jul25

Homemade Laundry Soap

This week we're showing you how to make homemade laundry soap with only three ...

Apr22

Trash Can Potato

1. Put some holes in the bottom of the trash can to allow for drainage. 2. Cover the holes with rocks so the soil doesn’t fall out later. 3. Cover the rocks with 6” of the best top soil your budget allows 4. Plant only seed potatoes because regular have a chemical on them that keeps them from sprouting. When the plants get about 6-8” tall, cover them again with more soil. Every time you cover them up, potatoes will grow and you will end up with layers of potatoes. Remember that potatoes grow up, not ...

Mar16

Yummy Yet Disturbing Yoga Mat Facts

Did you know many popular foods you buy have the same ingredients that make up a Yoga mat? See the disturbing list here! Rick and Smokey love to eat, but yikes on this discovery. See our list of popular foods you probably eat every week that have the same ingredients found in a Yoga Mat! See The List ...

Jun17

3 FOOT COPPER HEAD SNAKE ATTACKS SMOKEY!!!

Read about Smokey and a Snake meeting Face to Face… Early one morning in early June, Smokey was checking on his Chickens on his Brown County, Indiana home compound and found himself staring down a big Copper Head snake. He calmly went back to his house, grabbed a large jar since apparently he has several large empty jars left over from his food stockpile, headed back to the Chicken Coupe and forced the snake into the jar without being bitten. Just another day out in the middle of no where in Southern ...

Jun07

The Two Fat Guys Guide to Smoking Meat

1. Alder’s natural sweetness makes it good with pork. 2. Apple’s natural sweetness is good for any type of meat. It’s great in combination with other woods. 3. Cherry is especially good with beef and pork. It has a tendency to turn meat a rich mahogany color. It’s best to balance Cherry wood with Hickory, Alder, Oak or Pecan. 4. Hickory is the all-time favorite of many Midwest and southern state barbecue cooking teams. Too much hickory smoke can turn meat bitter. 5. Maple is quite similar to Alder wood. Maple is sweet and also darkens the color of meat. Balance it with Alder, Apple or Oak. Sugar Maple wood is the sweetest. 6. Some say to use only Honey Mesquite wood. The Wesatch variety of Mesquite “pops” embers. Mesquite is oily in nature, so it burns hot and fast. 7. Oak. Red Oak is the best variety for smoking. 8. Pear, Peach and Plum. These woods require a certain level of expertise in their use. Peach and Plum woods tend to lose their flavor shortly after being cut. For the best results, make sure you the fruit bearing kind of Plum. 9. Pecan is a member of the hickory ...