Archive for June, 2019

Keep Cool With Orbit Outdoor Misting System

Friday, June 28th, 2019

Orbit Outdoor Misting SystemEnjoy your backyard and patio area even in the hottest temperatures with an Orbit Outdoor Misting System from J&N Feed and Seed. If you’re looking for an easy way to cool your outdoor living space, Orbit’s Preassembled Mist Cooling Kit is a great solution. Ready to install right out of the box so you can begin cooling temperatures up to 20°!

We stock the Orbit Basic Outdoor Misting System and add-on kits. The Basic Kit is a pre-assembled system that includes 10 feet of flexible tubing at an economical price. Basic mist cooling extensions can expand this system up to 100 feet. Packs easily for portability, or can be permanently installed. Drops outdoor temperatures up to 20 degrees

Orbit Basic Outdoor Cooling Misting System:

  • Outdoor cooling misting system
  • Great for cooling your outdoor living areas
  • Installs in less than 30 minutes
  • Orbit outdoor misting system attaches to any standard garden hose
  • 10 feet of mist cooling coverage
  • Expands up to 50 feet
  • 3/8″

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Snake Boots & Snake Guards

Sunday, June 23rd, 2019

snake bootsProtect yourself from venomous snake bites with snake boots and snake guards from J&N Feed and Seed. The spring and summer months bring an increase in outdoor activities and the end of hibernation for rattlesnakes. As snakes begin to emerge and leave their dens, until their return during cooler fall weather, this movement and activity increase the incidence of snake bites. Of the 27 species of rattlesnakes in the United States, 11 are found in Texas.

Protect yourself from rattlesnake strikes with snake boots and wrap around snake guards from J&N.

Pursuit Snake Proof Boots by  MUCK® – For protection against rattlesnake strikes, this tough exterior is layered with a durable full rubber coating along with 4mm of neoprene while MUCK®Boots’ exclusive XpressCool™ fabric lining keeps a hunter’s feet cool and comfortable in warmer weather. The end result is a briar resistant durable boot, that’s cool enough to confidently hunt in warm regions of the country where snakes often pose a threat.

Chippewa Snake Boots – stylish yet constructed to withstand the strikes of venomous snakes thanks to the combination of lining and outside leather thickness.

 

Tarter Elite Dog Kennel

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

Keep the pets you love safe and secure. It’s why we went to extremes to make sure Tarter’s Elite Dog Kennel is the strongest kennel in America. Galvanized, powder-covered steel, thick tubing, and 8-gauge wire are just a few of the reasons why this kennel looks great, is long lasting, and Tarter tough.

Tarter’s Elite Dog Kennel is the strongest kennel in America.

Check out Tarter Tank’s website for more information about their products including hydraulics, stands, raised bed planters, and other high-quality farm & ranch equipment.

Be sure to stop into J&N Feed and Seed located in Graham, Texas.  Or, feel free to contact us for more information about our stock of Tarter Tanks. Our helpful staff is happy to find the best galvanized tank for this summer and beyond. Also be sure to subscribe to our monthly newsletter and get tips and information on new products.

Duke Live Animal Traps

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

live animal trapsRelocate Critters With Duke Live Animal Traps. Is the cold weather bringing wildlife and unwanted critters a little too close for comfort? Live animal traps are the most humane option for removing unwanted animals from an environment. J&N Feed and Seed offers a full line of Duke Traps.  Depending on the critter you need to trap, we’ve got the live trap for you. Duke Standard and Heavy Duty Cage Traps offer the ultimate variety in Humane Live Catch Cage Traps today. The Standard Cage Traps feature steel rod reinforced Spring Loaded Doors, pressure sensitive trip mechanisms and a durable, concealable green powder-coated finish.

Not sure what to use as bait in your Duke Trap? Canned or dry pet food works very well for trapping bait for raccoon, rats, opossums, skunks, feral cats and dogs. Rabbits and squirrels are vegetarian so meat-based baits are not effective. Squirrels respond well to dried corn and nuts. Commercial trapping baits are available for most animals. 

 

CattleMaster Series 12

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

We know there’s more to your life than working cattle. That’s why we built the Cattle Master Series 12 Hydraulic Chute. We made your work easier, quicker, and safer with controls as the touch of a finger.

  • Hydraulic operation made easy. Stand in one place to operate tailgate, head gate, and squeeze function.
  • All-Access Pass. Removable top and bottom panels allows quick and easy access for branding, vaccinating, deworming, etc.
  • Side Exit.The side panel opens providing another exit option
  • Plug In and Work! All you need is a 110 volt power source or 4 thousand watt generator and you’re good to go.

Sometimes an extra hand never hurts. Tarter Farm & Ranch Equipment-improving life on your land since 1945.

Check out Tarter Tank’s website for more information about their products including hydraulics, stands, raised bed planters, and other high-quality farm & ranch equipment.

Be sure to stop into J&N Feed and Seed located in Graham, Texas.  Or, feel free to contact us for more information about our stock of Tarter Tanks. Our helpful staff is happy to find the best galvanized tank for this summer and beyond. Also be sure to subscribe to our monthly newsletter and get tips and information on new products.

 

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

Fourth of July Pet Safety TipsDid you know, more pets go missing on the Fourth of July than any other day of the year? Follow these Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips to keep your pooch, happy and safe during the holiday.

For many people, nothing beats lounging in the backyard on the Fourth of July with good friends and family—including furry friends. While it may seem like a great idea to reward your pet with scraps from the grill and bring him along to watch fireworks, in reality, some festive foods and activities can be potentially hazardous to him. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center offers the following tips:

  • Never leave alcoholic drinks unattended where pets can reach them.Alcoholic beverages have the potential to poison pets. If ingested, the animal could become very intoxicated and weak, severely depressed or could go into a coma. Death from respiratory failure is also a possibility in severe cases.
  • Do not apply any sunscreen or insect repellent product to your pet that is not labeled specifically for use on animals. Ingestion of sunscreen products can result in drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive thirst and lethargy. The misuse of insect repellent that contains DEET can lead to neurological problems.
  • Always keep matches and lighter fluid out of your pets’ reach. Certain types of matches contain chlorates, which could potentially damage blood cells and result in difficulty breathing—or even kidney disease in severe cases. Lighter fluid can be irritating to skin, and if ingested can produce gastrointestinal irritation and central nervous system depression. If lighter fluid is inhaled, aspiration pneumonia and breathing problems could develop.
  • Keep your pets on their normal diet. Any change, even for one meal, can give your pet severe indigestion and diarrhea. This is particularly true for older animals who have more delicate digestive systems and nutritional requirements. And keep in mind that foods such as onions, chocolate, coffee, avocado, grapes, raisins, salt and yeast dough can all be potentially toxic to companion animals.
  • Do not put glow jewelry on your pets, or allow them to play with it.While the luminescent substance contained in these products is not highly toxic, excessive drooling and gastrointestinal irritation could still result from ingestions, and intestinal blockage could occur from swallowing large pieces of the plastic containers.
  • Keep citronella candles, insect coils and tiki torch oil products out of reach. Ingestion can produce stomach irritation and possibly even central nervous system depression. If inhaled, the oils could cause aspiration pneumonia in pets.
  • Never use fireworks around pets! While exposure to lit fireworks can potentially result in severe burns and/or trauma to the face and paws of curious pets, even unused fireworks can pose a danger. Many types contain potentially toxic substances, including potassium nitrate, arsenic, and other heavy metals.
  • Loud, crowded fireworks displays are no fun for pets, who can become frightened or disoriented by the sound. Please resist the urge to take them to Independence Day festivities, and opt instead to keep them safe from the noise in a quiet, sheltered and escape-proof area at home.
  • Be prepared in the event that your pet does escape by keeping your pets’ IDs up to date! It’s a good idea for all your animal companions—even indoor-only pets—to always wear a collar with an ID tag that includes your name, current phone number, and any relevant contact information. July 1 is National ID Your Pet Day, which serves as an annual check-in to make sure your pets’ identification tags and microchip information is up to date.

Content by ASPCA

Tarter Tanks

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Tarter Tanks are available at J&N Feed and Seed! Whether you’re in the city, country, or somewhere in-between, expect endless options from Tarter Tanks line of high-quality, American made, galvanized steel tanks. Tarter Farm & Ranch Equipment has been improving life on your land since 1945.

Stock tanks are one of the most important and versatile pieces of equipment you own. They are responsible for providing your livestock with constant access to clean, fresh, drinkable water. They can also be used to store cool beverages on a hot day, or be used as raised planters for your garden. With Tarter’s reputation for high-quality, American made products, you can’t go wrong.

Check out Tarter Tank’s website for more information about their products including stands, raised bed planters, and other high-quality farm & ranch equipment.

Be sure to stop into J&N Feed and Seed located in Graham, Texas.  Or, feel free to contact us for more information about our stock of Tarter Tanks. Our helpful staff is happy to find the best galvanized tank for this summer and beyond. Also be sure to subscribe to our monthly newsletter and get tips and information on new products.

 

 

Mesquite Control With Sendero & Remedy

Saturday, June 1st, 2019

Mesquite control can be a daunting task. If you’re looking for ways to get rid of mesquite and clear the way for more grazing land and wildlife habitat, then come see us at J&N Feed and Seed. We carry TWO products that are proven effective in the control of mesquite. For bMesquite Controlest results, apply mesquite control herbicide during the spring-summer growing season. When mesquite leaves turn dark green, it’s time to spray!

Sendero® herbicide,  gives you the most effective, most consistent chemical control of mesquite ever — down to the roots, releasing native grasses to thrive. Aerial trials prove its superiority.  Sendero® can clear your way to more low-cost grass for livestock, more fringe habitat for wildlife and a lasting legacy for future generations on the land.


Remedy® Ultra
Mesquite Control
herbicide provides flexible, all-purpose brush control with a non-restricted use label and without residual activity. It is the producer’s choice for Individual Plant Treatments.

A mixture of the herbicide Remedy™ and diesel fuel oil is very effective for low-volume, basal stem treatment technique. Diesel acts as a coating to ensure good coverage and absorption. The recommended concentration of Remedy™ will vary depending on the size and age of the mesquite. To read more about the basal stem treatment, click here.

Recommended concentration of Remedy™ to mix with diesel.*

 

Mesquite Type % Remedy™ Amount/Gallon Mixed
Smooth Bark
  1.5 in. diameter or less 15% 19 oz.
  1.5-4 in. diameter 25% 1 quart
Rough Bark 25% 1 quart

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center

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