When it comes to your farm, you want to make sure that you do everything you can to keep it as clean and organized as possible. This is especially important if you have animals on your land, as they can quickly make a mess if you are not on top of the situation.

Spring cleaning is a great way to get this tidying done. Even if there are no drastic changes in Texas' seasons, the idea behind this will be the same as other parts of the country. Take some time over the next couple of weeks to whip your farm into shape and clean out every last inch of land.

Here are some spring cleaning tips:

Plan around the weather

Although living in Texas is wonderful, the spring can bring with it an unpredictability in the weather. Spring is high tornado and severe storm weather for Texas, so keeping an eye on the weather will help you create a plan. You will know whether to spend more of your time indoors or outside.

Start with the garden

If your garden is overrun with weeds or other unwelcome debris, be sure to clear out the brush and other weeds. You don't want your garden to be overrun with these pests, so taking care of this first is likely the best way to go.

Take care of the animals regularly

Caring for animals is an involved process, so you can't limit when you clean out their living area to just spring cleaning. Clearing out the pens and other housing units is something you will need to do on a weekly basis.

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