January is 💫
If you're traveling with your livestock this month, keep these tips in mind!
1. Orient Your Animals To The Trailer
2. Vet The Hauler
3. Pack Snacks
4. Be Water Wise
5. Separate Large & Small Animals
6. Add Bedding To The Trailer
7. Organize Your Paperwork
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Step #1: Get a library card if you don't already have one!
Step#2: Sign up for the scavenger hunt challenge on the Beanstack Tracker App, online at https://yourccl.beanstack.org/reader365, or pick up a paper copy at either library branch
Step #3: Visit each location, show your library card, and get the secret code!
Paper entries must be turned in by October 1st, and prize winners will be notified by October 5th!
Special Thanks to Our Wonderful Supporters:
Glenrock Hardware Hank - Official Glenrock Superfoods Glenrock Police Department Kbs Tireshop The Glenrock Senior Center The New Ashley's Town of Glenrock Glenrock Motorsports Reid's Red Hots Glenrock Recreation Center Short Supply, LLC Rock Bottom Cafe and Gifts/Flower Shop Crossroads Veterinary Services, Inc. Glenrock Health Center The Higgins Hotel Eastgate Travel Center Classic Cafe and Pizza Grandma Kay's Toy Store Converse County Sheriff's Office Farm Bureau Financial Services- Converse County Offices Douglas Hardware Hank Zip's Take Two Home Town Printed Apparel USED To Be Yours Consignment Boutique Jen's Books Whistle-Stop Mercantile Wyoming Pioneer Museum This N That Second Hand Store, LLC Douglas Railroad Museum & Visitor Center Allure Boutique 307 Signs and More The Koss Agency Irwins Furniture Douglas Grocery Kodi Rae’s Coffee & Bakery Holiday Inn Express & Suites Douglas Sleep Inn & Suites The LaBonte Bar Hotel LaBonte Mocha Molly's Douglas Feed Blend Coffee & Co. Blessed Beans Headstrong Brewery Converse County Bank WildWind Treasures Converse County Library Glenrock Library
Hometown Business, Hometown Feel Douglas Feed is a family-owned and operated business on Esterbrook Road in Douglas, Wyoming.
Feeling the need for a competitive, customer-based business in the Douglas area, Corey and Tammy Larson opened their business in April 2004. Tammy & Corey are proud sponsors of their community clubs and teams including 4-H, FFA, High School Rodeo and Sr. Pro Rodeo events.
4-H or FFA members are eligible to receive a 5% discount off project feed needs. Customer Loyalty Programs
Tammy & Corey offer
Operating as usual
January is 💫
Proposed Restrictions on Rodenticides
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering several changes to its regulation of rodenticides that will jeopardize access to these critical pest management products and tools. Read more about these restrictions and what you can do to help on the Durvet Blog.
Proposed Restrictions on Rodenticides The EPA is proposing several restrictions on rodenticides.
We happened to get a couple pallets of stove pellets in stock! Give us a call or stop in and let us know if you need some!
Did you know that most dairy cows are milked two to three times per day?
On average, a cow will produce six to seven gallons of milk each day! 🐄
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day!
Thank you from all of us here at Douglas Feed LLC for your support and service. 👮
Are you on the fence to starting your own flock? 🐔 Here are the top 8 reasons many Homestead customers get their own birds.
1. Fresh Eggs 🥚 Know exactly where a fresh source of organic protein is coming from.
2. Sustainability 🌎 Start a garden and use your chickens’ manure as fertilizer.
3. Pest Control 🐛 Chickens are omnivores and will keep grasses and bugs from your invading your gardens and flower beds.
4. Education 🕮 Learn more about animals and agriculture, while teaching your children about where food comes from.
5. Waste Control 🗑️ Utilize your kitchen scraps as a nice snack for your Chickens.
6. Entertainment 👪 Create a way to have a fun activity outside with family and friends.
7. Extra Cash 💵 Chickens produce a lot of eggs, so start selling to your neighbors and family to spread the use of organic eggs.
8. Join a Community 👋 There’s a lot of ways to connect to others who share the joy of having a flock. Meet others that share the same interests.
Happy New Year! What’s your new year’s resolution for 2023?
It's one of our favorite days... Bacon Day!
What is your favorite way to eat bacon? 🥓
Thank you for the support you have shown towards Douglas Feed LLC in 2022!
We look forward to seeing you all in 2023 🐏
Christmas is a special time of year that allows us to reflect upon all the blessings and good fortune that has been given to us. As a valued customer, we thank you for your patronage this past year and we look forward to working with you in 2023. May your holidays be filled with joy and your table surrounded by family and friends.
Proper Egg Care: From Hen to Table
Whether you raise, sell, give away or purchase farm fresh eggs, learning how to handle them properly is essential to ensure egg quality in flocks. Read more on farm fresh egg care the Durvet Blog.
Proper Egg Care: From Hen to Table Learn more about proper egg care from start to finish.
Don't Horse Around When it Comes to Hoofcare
Routine hoof care should be an essential part of your horse's overall healthcare. Make sure you are giving your horse's hooves the proper care by following this simple guide on the Durvet Blog.
Don't Horse Around When it Comes to Hoofcare For maximum horse health and longevity, regular hoof care is a must to ensure hoof and leg soundness.
Not only are we a certified PSE Archery dealer, we also have a resident certified bow technician!
Minnows are in for those fishermen just itching to get out there!
Today we are mindful of the contribution of horses to the economy, history, and our personal lives!
Make sure you stop in today to make sure you and all your critters have everything you need before the snow hits!
It is important to keep up with flea and tick prevention even during the winter months. Make sure your pet has all the collars and/or medication they’ll need for the season ahead.
Do you have a person on your list that’s hard to shop for? We have gift cards available!
Attention Converse County 4H and FFA members, in trying to get ready for the upcoming show season for 2023, we would like input on bringing Purina Mills Show Chow back into the store. Please feel free to let us know your thoughts. Any input is greatly appreciated.
Did you know pine needles and stagnant tree water can be dangerous and toxic to pets? Keep the curiosity at bay by treating your pet to a new toy so they’ll forget about your tree. Stop in to shop our selection today!
🌱 Sustainability is a popular topic today, but it's not new to the U.S. pork industry. Raising pigs and crops is just one example of a sustainable cycle that farmers have been using for hundred's of years. 🐖🌽🌾 However, it's not just what's been done in the past that's important, it's the future plans for sustainable pig production that will keep affordable, healthy pork on consumers' plates. 🥓 Read more about the pork industry's commitment to sustainable pig farming 👉 https://www.alltech.com/blog/us-pork-industry-committed-sustainable-pig-farming
DID YOU KNOW? A chicken’s dietary intake can increase by as much as 25% – 50% in the winter months! 😮
WHAT CHANGES IN WINTER 🐔 ❄️
When the outside temperatures begin to decrease 🥶, chickens (like most animals) lose body heat more quickly, so they must increase their internal body temperature 🌡️ to compensate. This expends a lot of energy, which comes from the digestion of carbohydrates, protein and fat.
Chickens are pretty good at regulating how much they eat, and they can increase their consumption to match their needs. But for this to work, we need to make sure they have enough good nutrition available to them at all times (some tips on this below 👇):
✅ PROVIDE THEIR FEED AD-LIB: This allows your chickens to self-regulate and eat as much as they need.
✅ PROVIDE A HIGH-QUALITY FEED: This will make sure all nutritional requirements are covered, and support good health, metabolism and egg-laying. In addition, most chickens will have just gone through a molt, so they will especially need extra protein and fat to replenish their stores. (We highly recommend Homestead® poultry feeds: http://bit.ly/HomesteadPoultryFeed) 😍
✅ GIVE THEM A FEED BEFORE BEDTIME: Offer feed around 30 minutes before your chickens would normally settle in for the evening. 😴 This can help them produce suitable internal warmth for the cold night ahead.
We are going to carry this sale on until December 3rd!
What is the Difference Between Hay, Straw and Premium Forage?
Did you know? Straw is not hay and hay is not straw.
Did you know? Straw is an agricultural by-product consisting of the dry stalks of cereal plants (e.g., wheat or barley) after the grain has been harvested.
What is the Difference Between Hay, Straw and Premium Forage? Do you know what the difference is between hay, straw and premium forage? Some of these terms are incorrectly used interchangeably. Let’s get to the bottom of these differences!
Things to Know When Buying Goats
Buying goats can be overwhelming for a first-timer. There are several things to consider including breed, lifestyle and temperament of the animal. Learn more about the things to know before buying a goat on the Durvet Blog.
Things to Know When Buying Goats Before buying goats, consider the breed, temperament and lifestyle of the animal.
How to Teach Your Dog to High-Five
If you have a dog that loves to learn, teaching them to high five is a simple and easy trick they can master in no time! Read more tips about teaching your furry friend this new skill on the Durvet Blog.
How to Teach Your Dog to High-Five Teaching your dog new skills is great for bonding and mental stimulation.
November 23 is "Thankful for My Dog Day". Created in 2020, this day is meant to shower your day with gratitude. If you already do that daily, make today extra special with treats, playtime, or hugs.
Make sure you stop in a check it out!! In stock items only
Easy Steps to Winterize Your Chicken Coop
Winterizing your chicken coop will make for a much more comfortable winter season for your flock. There are several steps you can take to prepare your chicken coop for the cold winter months. Read more over on the Durvet Blog.
Easy Steps to Winterize Your Chicken Coop There are several easy steps you can take to winterize your chicken coop.
Today has been named National Get a Pal for your Pet Day. It celebrates the special bond and joy of multiple pets in a household. There is always room for just one more …
50# bags of pet safe ice melt! 8.99! Ask us
about pallet pricing!
More info to follow! Get your holiday shopping done with one of our biggest sales of the year!
November is !
Younger animals sure are cute but you might be surprised how well an older animal can fit into your lifestyle!
If you are able to, consider making a home for an older furry pet this month ❤️
Prep your pup 🐾 for winter! ☃️
Exposure to winter’s dry, cold air can not only lead to chapped paws and itchy, flaking skin, but many other potential discomforts.
To help prevent cold weather from negatively impacting your pet’s health, follow our top tips:
• SKIN & COAT HEALTH: Bathe 🛁 pets as little as possible during cold spells, as it can remove the coat’s natural oils and increase the chance of skin irritation. Keep your home humidified and towel dry your pet as soon as they come inside, paying special attention to the paws and in-between the toes. 🐾
• GROOMING: If your dog is long-haired, simply trim ✂️ as needed to minimize clinging ice, salt crystals and de-icing chemicals that can dry out skin, and don’t forget about the hair between the toes.
• WALKING: After each walk, wash and dry your pet’s feet and stomach to remove any lingering ice, salt or chemicals. 🧼 Putting petroleum jelly or other paw protectants on paw pads before going outside can also help to keep them protected.
• NUTRITION: Pets burn extra energy by trying to stay warm in winter. 🥶 Feeding your pet a little bit more when temperatures are low can provide much-needed calories. It’s also important to make sure they have plenty of fresh, clean water to drink.
Did you know that all of our major dog and cat food brands are made in the USA? 🐾🇺🇸
Brace yourself and your livestock. With potential for frigid temps and deep freezes, your farm could be heavily impacted this winter. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prepare your farm and get ahead on critical chores. Here’s how to prepare for winter on a far:
1. Prepare shelter for your livestock
2. Address all animal needs – fences, waterers, stocking up on feed and supplies.
3. Store tools and other items out of the elements
4. Deep clean to make room for livestock moving in.
5. Break out your cold weather gear
Stop in at Douglas Feed LLC for feed and supplies to prepare your livestock for this winter’s twist and turns.
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55 Esterbrook Road
4-H or FFA members are eligible to receive a 5% discount off project feed needs.
Customer Loyalty Programs
Tammy & Corey offer Customer Loyalty Programs for frequent purchases.
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