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Do you sell round up?
Yes, we have glyphosate (the active constituent) in a variety of strengths, brands and sizes: 360g/L, 450g/L and 540g/L. We also stock a huge range of herbicides, fungicides and insecticides and can offer you great advice!
I want the best flea and tick prevention strategy for my dog. What do you recommend?
It is a chewable tablet that will protect against fleas for 3 months and paralysis ticks for 4 months! Being in a tick area, we strongly advise that you protect you dog all year round…not just in summer. It is safe to use in conjunction with a flea and tick collar, if you decide to double up. And don’t forget to check your dog daily for those nasty ticks, we can even show you how!
I’ve found a style of Blundstone boots I want, it’s on their online catalogue but it’s not on your shelf, can you get it for me?
Yes, if you want it, we’ll find it! Keep in mind, special orders may have a shipping delay of up to 2 weeks, however, the average waiting time is 5 days and we will call you as soon as it arrives in our store.
What should my chickens be eating at what age?
Chickens should be fed a chick starter from 1 – 8 weeks, Pullet grower from 8 – 20 weeks. From there, you can decide to feed your laying chickens either a layer mash or a pellet. Pro tip: Try your chickens on pellets first, it is cost effective and chickens cannot pick and choose like they do with grains so they are sure to have a complete and balanced diet. The hardest part is getting them to eat it if they are already used to eating grains.

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