Answer: This is the beauty of a mixed animal practice - each veterinarian within the practice can choose what percentage large animal and small animal he/she wishes to treat. In some mixed animal practices, there are some vets who treat only small animals and other vets in the practice treat large animals. In other practices, each veterinarian treats both large and small animals, trading off time on the farm (which tends to bring less money into the clinic and therefore brings a smaller percentage on commission) with time in the clinic (which tends to bring more money into the clinic in a shorter time frame). Some practices also have arrangements where each vet works one or two days on large animals then spends the rest of the time covering small animal work.
Answer: Can you or is it legal to do so? Many worldwide distributors will ship discreetly to US,not so many since the Prince of Pot(Canadian Mark Embry I believe) was extradited from Canada and prosecuted and convicted and is currently serving a sentence for shipping marijauna seeds to the US.
No it is not legal, even in a medical marijauna state, because federal law supersedes state law and even in states where medical marijauna is legal (which there are currently 16 states) it is still a federal crime to buy, sell, grow, posess or use marijauna or seeds in the US.
Answer: Yes Sesame seeds are loaded with powerful antioxidants: IP-6 (AKA: Phytate; one of the most powerful antioxidants yet found, and one of the most potent natural anti-cancer substances.Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals in the bodyLinseed also known as Flaxseed contain Lignan which is a chemical compound found in plants that is a powerful antioxidant. Flaxseed oil contains one of the highest concentration of lignan known Nuts which are a form of seed have a wide range of antioxidants etc etc
Answer: Sunflower seeds grow behind the yellow part of the sunflower. I buy sunflower seeds at Wal-Mart, as soon as February. They have very inexpensive seeds at 10 cents per package. These inexpensive seeds are usually open pollinated, or non-hybrid. This means that you can save some of the seeds for planting. Hybrid plants often produce more seeds, but those seeds are not usually good for planting. I plant sunflower seeds after the last frost where they will get full sunlight. By late fall, the seeds are mature, and I cut the flowers off the stalks, tie three or four of them together, and hang them up to dry. When dry, rubbing your hand hard over the flower will knock the seeds loose. They are still in their shells. Save some to plant next year. Eat the rest. Birds like the seeds a lot and will try to eat them off the plants.