Archive for May, 2017

Flea Control – Keep your pet Flea Free!

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

It’s time to talk about flea control. As the temperatures warm up, so does the flea population. Take care to treat your yard, pets and home for fleas, to ensure a happy and healthy summer for humans and furry friends alike.
Fleas in the Yard:
Fleas like temperatures below 95°F with humidity above 50%. As usual, it’s better […]

Lawn Pest Control – Get Rid of Moquitos, Fleas & More!

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

All of our recent rain has stirred up the biting insect pests and you’re probably seeing them out in force.  If fleas, ticks, mosquitos and fire ants caused problems for you last year, New Braunfels Feed & Supply has a number of lawn pest control products to help you get ahead of them now!
The result of all […]

Seresto Flea Control – 8 Month Protection

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

The Seresto Flea Control Collar is a very effective new product at New Braunfels Feed & Supply for controlling fleas on your dog or cat. The Seresto Flea Control Collar lasts for up to 8 months with its innovative sustained release delivery system.

Kills and repels fleas before they lay eggs
Kills and repels ticks
Provides odorless, non-greasy and easy-to-use protection
Aids […]

Equine Health: Deworming Horses

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Deworming treatments are a regular component of horse health maintenance, but many horse owners may not understand the best schedule for their horse. While deworming regimens vary by region, there are some ground rules for owners to follow. We recommend working closely with your equine veterinarian on a proper deworming schedule.
Dr. Thomas Craig, professor at […]

Purina Amplify High-Fat Horse Supplement

Sunday, May 14th, 2017

Throughout history, the ability to pick up and move to “greener pastures” has permitted generations of horses to thrive on forages. Total freedom and mobility has meant they naturally received nutritional variety from the vastly different geographic areas they frequented.
But today’s horses are typically limited to a single type of forage in one geographic area. […]


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May 2017