Archive for September, 2017

Fescue Lawn Tips – Rescue Your Fescue

Sunday, September 24th, 2017

Tips on keeping your fescue lawn healthy and looking great

By: Jeffrey Cartwright, Owner, Cartwright Landscaping
Because of its non-invasive nature and relative low maintenance, fescue is a popular choice of grass for lawns all across the country. However, after a long and hot summer, your fescue lawn can begin to look worn down and sparse. Luckily, […]

October Garden Tips

Monday, September 18th, 2017

October Garden Tips
Usher in the autumn season with creative displays for indoors and out! Transformation quickly occurs with pots of mums, pansies, cabbages and ornamental peppers when combined with pumpkins, gourds and bales of hay.
Create a spectacular vignette in your landscape with bales of hay, a scarecrow or two, multiple sizes of pumpkins and gourds, […]

Two Paths to Organic Farm Fresh Eggs

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

No matter where you are in your chicken raising journey, it’s always possible to produce organic chicken eggs in your backyard.
The first step is deciding if you want your flock to be conventional or organic. Both options are fun for the family, good for the environment, and produce healthy, nutritious eggs. The difference comes down […]

Prevent Ticks on Your Horse – Tick Populations Rise this Year

Saturday, September 9th, 2017

Tick populations have been increasing and experts are predicting even higher than normal numbers in most areas of the country. Migratory birds and white-tailed deer acting as carriers have expanded the range of many species of tick, while conservation efforts such as decreased reliance on insecticides and the preservation of open space have helped them […]

Purina Flocktober Event

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Stop by New Braunfels Feed & Supply for our Purina Flocktober Event during September and October and get a FREE limited-edition coop sign, when you purchase a large bag of Purina Layena feed, 35lb bags or larger! These signs are popular and we will run out!
Are your chicks growing? Once your chicks hit 18 weeks old or lay their first egg, […]



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September 2017