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Coyote Light Predator Hunting Lights

Friday, November 17th, 2017

Coyote LightCoyote Light Predator Hunting Lights are now available at J&N Feed and Seed. The CoyoteLight is an innovative hunting light developed by predator hunting enthusiast for predator hunting enthusiast. This remarkable hunting light features the highest performing red LED lighting technology in a sleek, lightweight design. The CoyoteLight can be quickly mounted to any scope, Picatinny rail, or used as a handheld spotlight. CoyoteLight professional lighting will transform the way you hunt at night. CoyoteLight is 100% designed and manufactured in Pennsylvania.

Performance

The #1 safety rule for night predator hunting is identifying your target. CoyoteLight will give you confidence while pulling the trigger and the performance you have to see to believe. The CoyoteLight is guaranteed to beat the performance of any spotlight with a red filter or any kind of red LED flashlight.

Adjustable Brightness Light Intensity

The brightness is fully controlled from zero to 100% power with an adjustment knob on the back. Scan on a lower power for the reflection of eyes and then turn the light up on full power for shooting.

Adjustable Focus

With CoyoteLights variable focus, it can be adjusted to be a wide or tight light beam for the desired distance of each hunting landscape.

Extreme Battery Life

CoyoteLight has a unique patent pending integrated circuit which runs on built-in high-performance lithium-ion batteries. It will run over 5.5 hours on full power and over 48 hours at about 25% power. It also has a low battery indicator light to let you know when it’s time to charge. The CoyoteLight will run at your desired power and will not dim as the batteries are exhausted.

Coyotes are one of the most challenging predators to hunt in the United States. They’re little, mean, and clever. And they are one of the few animals that you can hunt at night with a spotlight or flashlight (see Texas hunting regulations).

Stop by J&N Feed in Graham, Texas, and shop our full line of Coyote Light Predator Hunting Lights and all your hunting, firearms and ammo needs.

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December Garden Tips

Friday, November 17th, 2017

December Garden Tips

Working in your garden is an excellent escape during the holidays. It’s a great time of year to do some of the heavy work in the landscape as opposed to sweating it up in the heat of the summer.

Don’t put up the mower yet. Although turf grasses have stopped growing, you can use the mower to chop up and recycle the leaves back into the lawn or for a compost pile.

Prepare gas-powered engines for winter. The owner’s manual is the best guide to winterizing a lawn mower, tiller, garden tractor or other power equipment.

Drain and store garden hoses and watering equipment in a readily accessible location. Lawns and other plants may need an occasional watering during a prolonged dry spell.

In general, once the weather gets and stays cold, pruning of deciduous plants (ones that lose their leaves) can be safely done. Evergreen hedges can be sheared or cut back in the winter also. Wait until February to prune your roses. Remember – Do Not Top your Crapemyrtles! Simply prune to remove seed heads and shape.

Prepare for the cold weather before it hits! One of the best things you can do for your landscape plants is to provide a 2 to 3-inch layer of mulch. Mulching is necessary year round but during the colder periods, it provides a layer of insulation for the roots. Water your landscape well before a cold spell. A drought-stressed plant is more susceptible to freeze damage. For more tender plants, purchase frost cloth for extra protection. Cover the plant completely allowing the edges to come all the way to the ground, utilizing the heat which radiates from the ground.

December is a perfect time to plant trees and shrubs so they can develop a strong root system for next Spring. Cool weather color such as Pansies, Snapdragons, Cyclamen, Flowering Cabbage and Kale add splashes of color to your landscape. Spring flowering bulbs can be planted now once they have been properly chilled.

Make your home beautiful for the Holidays with a stunning assortment of floral quality Poinsettias, Cyclamen, freshest greenery and Christmas Trees. Add a mix of new indoor and tropical plants to energize your home décor.

Remember to provide food and water for the birds this winter. You can attract just as many birds with a bird bath as with food, especially during the dry spells. To draw a diversity of birds provide a variety of seeds, like sunflower, thistle, safflower, and millet; plus suet. Once you begin putting out bird food, continue feeding them through the springtime.

5th Annual Holiday Shopping Spree Shop Graham First

Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
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The 5th Annual Shop Graham First Holiday Shopping Spree event is here! Have you heard of this great program called Holiday Shopping Spree right here in Graham, Texas?   Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and Shop Graham First, Holiday Shopping Spree encourages patronage to local stores and businesses in Graham.  This year, over $3,000 in prizes are up for grabs, so start shopping!

J&N Feed & Seed is a participating retailer.  Stop by and pick up your Holiday Shopping Spree card today and start shopping in Graham!

Here’s how it works:

  • Shopping cards available at participating merchants and the Graham Chamber of Commerce.
  • Shoppers will receive a punch for every $, $10, or $20 pretax purchase at the participating merchants.
  • Completed punch cards to be delivered to the Chamber by 5:00 pm on December 7, 2017
  • Shoppers receive ONE ENTRY for every completed card.
  • Winners are selected from a drawing on Friday, December 8th.

Experience the holidays with all the hustle and bustle at our Holiday Shopping Spree and wrap up all your shopping in Graham, at over 50 participating retailers.

J&N Feed and Seed is a proud member of the Graham Chamber of Commerce and a proud participant of the 5th Annual Shop Graham First Holiday Shopping Spree.

 

 

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