Often we have customers call asking about our products. Our focus on the knowledge and interaction with every customer and animal means that we not only
start to understand common questions from our loyal customers but also collate them so hopefully they can help other customers.
Please find below a list of questions that we frequently get asked. If your question is not here please feel free to contact us and one of our friendly
staff will hep you.
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.