A big thanks to all who attended our Cattle meeting last month, particularly our speakers, Dr. Doug Hawkins, Purina Mills; Mike Arnold, Ellis County Extension Agent; Waxahachie Sheriff's Office & Dow Chemical. If you stopped by the store that afternoon you may not have found parking!
Our first hard freeze has hit, so now is the time to get serious on winterizing your pets and livestock. Ensure your cattle have a high energy supplement available to them this winter. Ark Country Store carries Purina's latest liquid feed, AccuRange-Lix. This supplement is a highest-energy, low consumption cattle feed on the market today. Want to know more? Call the store and ask for Austin or Candice.
Have you been naughty or nice? Either way, Ark Country Store has a large selection of gift items that are perfect for under the tree this Christmas. Many are on sale, check out the items below and stop in soon!
Please note our holiday hours:
Friday, December 24, 2010: Closing at 2pm
Saturday, December 25, 2010: Closed! Merry Christmas!
Friday, December 31, 2010: Closed
Saturday, January 1, 2011: Closed
Merry Christmas from everyone at Ark Country Store.
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Have you made your list and checked it twice? Ark Country Store has all your Christmas gift items!
Stop in now and shop our specials:
- 25% off Christmas items
- 30% of Game Guard Pink
- 30% off Purses
- 35% off Belts
- 40% off Horse Boots
- 45% off Breyer play sets
Caden McCoy Hooded Jackets, $66; Caden McCoy 3 in 1 Jacket, $75.
Full stock of winter horse blankets, keep your horse warm this season! Don't forget the hunter in your family! We have Mojo Decoy's, flashlights, game camera's and more!
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Stuff your stockings at Ark Country Store!
|Articles & Videos|
Check out the latest in our library of articles and videos on our website.
Feeding your horse good quality hay is important during winter months
Feeding your horse good quality hay is important during winter months when pasture grasses are short or are not growing. Horses need at least 1-1.5% of their body weight per day in roughages to maintain a healthy GI tract, but 2% or even more may be appropriate during cold weather, especially when the horse lives outdoors.
Cattle Forage Quality Video
Improving Forage Utilization Article
Video series on Cornerstone Church's "Harvest" series.