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Spring Creek
Feed Center
26211 FM 2978
Magnolia, Texas 77354
Phone: 281-252-5400

Store Hours:
Monday - Saturday
8am - 7pm
Sunday
10am - 5pm 

Connect With Us
Events
May 3, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Teacher's Day
10% Off
May 6, 2014 


Armed Forces Day 
10%Off

May 17, 2014

Pasture Management Workshop
May 19, 2014
6:00 pm

Memorial Day
June 26, 2014
Closed


Be sure to check the event calendar on our website for future store events!
May Specials
 
May 1 - 
31, 2014

April 27 - May 1, 2014

May 6, 2014

May 4 - 10, 2014

May 11 - 17, 2014

May 17, 2014

May 15 - 24, 2014

May 25 - 31, 2014
May Pet Food 
of the Month
 
Save 10% on 
Wellness Dog and Cat Food
during the month of May

Hay Just Ahead!
Hay was cut last week, we expect to have 2014 alfalfa coming in soon, followed by coastal hay toward the end of May. Keep your eye on our Facebook page and we'll let you know when it arrives or give us a call at the store.
Follow us on Pinterest
Need some inspiration for outdoor projects or new plans for your garden? We gathered some great ideas this month and put them all together for you on our Gardening Pinterest Board. Check it out!

Senior CItizen Special
Our Seniors (62 and older) save 10% off their purchases on Sundays at Spring Creek Feed Center! Excludes feed, hay, & bedding purchases.

Closed Memorial Day
We are closed on Monday, May 26, 2014 in observance of Memorial Day.

News from Spring Creek Feed Center
May 2014
Greetings!

May in Texas is a beautiful sight, with the bluebonnets in full bloom! It's time to get the lawn and garden in shape for cookouts and outdoor activities. Stop and see us for plants, flowers, fertilizer and all your lawn and garden needs. 

If your idea of the perfect day is fishing on the pond, sign up to attend the Pond Workshop on May 3rd, featuring Pond Boss Expert, Paul Dorsett. A Pasture Management Workshop is scheduled for May 19. Find out details on both events below.

We have some great specials in May, including Montana Silversmith. Hint, hint - Mother's Day is coming up. Don't forget. 

We appreciate your business, 
Spring Creek Feed  
May Specials

This month save on Wellness Dog and Cat Food all month - 10% off. Our weekly specials include Purina Rabbit Chow, Montana Silversmiths, Purina Wild Bird Chow, Wildlife Blocks and Antlermax. See our calendar for special saving days for Sr. Citizens, Teachers, and Armed Forces Personnel. This month is Mother's Day, so show early and be sure to have something nice ...
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Pond Boss Workshop

Thinking about building a pond? Want to know how to grow larger fish? Wondering what kind of environment you need to have a pond? Join Spring Creek Feed for an informative Pond Boss Seminar on May 3, 2014 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. RSVP on our website. Pond Pro, Paul Dorsett will speak on pond management, health, and growth. Paul Dorsett holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a ...
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Pasture Management Workshop
 
Join Spring Creek Feed Center for a Pasture Management Workshop on May 19, 2014 at 6pm. Dr. David Bade, Texas A&M Extension Forage Specialist will discuss planting, weed control and general pasture management. RSVP for this event by calling the store at (281) 252-544 or register on our website. 
Don't Forget To Shop For Mom

Be sure to shop for Mom's special day. May 11 is Mother's Day and Spring Creek Feed has a variety of items that will appeal to mom; from Montana Silversmiths, to flowers and items for the garden.
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Why Stake Tomatoes?


Your tomato plants are in the ground, the weather is warming up and the plants are growing! What's next? While not all tomato plants need to be supported, most will benefit from it unless you are growing dwarf or short bush varieties of plants. For tomatoes that will grow to taller heights we recommend that you take the time ...
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8 Tips For A Hummingbird Friendly Yard

It can be tricky to get hummingbirds coming to your yard, but once you have the right environment they will visit and return often! According to the Hummingbird Society, these are the top 8 recommendations for success: Provide a place for bathing: More than most birds, hummers need to bathe regularly, due to the sticky nature of nectar. ...
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Caring For Your Chicks at 6 - 8 Weeks

At week six, you made it through the brooding period! Between 6 and 8 weeks of age, your chicks will be much larger and will need twice the amount of floor space they started with. If the temperature is mild and the chicks are fully feathered, they can be allowed outside during the day. It's also time to start thinking about ...
Beware Of GI Issues With Foals

The first few weeks of a foal's life can be the highest risk period in the life of a horse. There are several gastrointestinal disorders that can quickly drain the health of your foal and cause failure to thrive. Here's a look at some of the more common GI issues to be aware of in foals. Clostridial Enterocolitis ...
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4 Ways to Prevent Mosquitoes

May is the official start of mosquito hunting season. No hunting license is required, there is no bag limit and there is no magic bullet for controlling mosquitoes. The best battle plan is to eliminate the environment where mosquitoes live and breed. Here are 4 Ways To Prevent Mosquitos from taking over: Stop the larva by eliminating standing water. Clean out ...
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