September Newsletter

September 2017

Please keep in mind sheep and cattle tag orders can take up to 4 weeks to arrive. We need a PIC number, property address and type of tags or applicator to order.

Our Mt Pleasant store have a new range of Barastoc Poultry feed, Come in and check it out, we even have a few open bags so you can touch, see and smell it firsthand. High in protein for more energy to keep laying eggs.

Plenty of Anti Bird net available, knitted in pre packs, 10m wide and cut per M length, as well as extruded 5m x 100m and cut to per M lengths.

Special on Happy Hound dog coats all now 30% OFF! 
Range of sizes available.

   

Animal Health News


Please keep an eye on livestock and up to date with drenching. There are so many reports of livestock being affected by worms and the fecal worm egg counts that we have sent off for analysis have been shocking. We have plenty of drench, long acting drench and applicators available. Please contact us for advice.

Garden/House hold News

Great time to top up your top soil in your garden with some manure and compost and get the ready to plant lettuce and tomatoes. We have a garden compost, mushroom compost, cow manure available. We also have sugar cane mulch and pea straw available.

Agronomy News

Broadacre: Keep monitoring for Russian Wheat Aphid and Red legged Earth Mite. Please contact Anthony, Craig and Adam about ordering Hay booster.
Viticulture: Time to start monitoring and spraying for bud mite and weeds. The cooler weather hasn’t finished yet so expect a few more frosts and keep repairing the frost protectors.

Joke of the Month

A Texan farmer goes to Australia for a vacation and while he's there he meets an Aussie farmer.
They get talking and the Aussie farmer shows off his big wheat field.
The Texan is unimpressed and says, "We have wheat fields that are at least twice as large as that."
They walk around the ranch a little more, and then the Aussie shows off his herd of cattle.
The Texan is again unimpressed and says, "We have longhorns that are at least twice as large as your cows."
They carry on walking around the ranch when the Texan sees a group of kangaroos hopping through the field.
He asks the Aussie, "And what are those?"
The Aussie replies, "Don't you have any grasshoppers in Texas?"