News from Spring Creek Feed Center
February is here and chicks will be arriving in just a few weeks. It makes us feel like spring is just around the corner!
We have an informative horse workshop planned for anyone interested in Equine Nutrition on February 11, 2015. Be sure to read more about it and RSVP to the store or sign up online.
We have many great specials this month and with Valentine's Day coming soon, it's the perfect time to show some love to your dog and make an appointment at our grooming center!
We appreciate your business,
Spring Creek Feed
|RSVP Now: Equine Nutrition Seminar|
February 11, 2015
| Join us for a FREE Equine Nutrition seminar on February 11, 2015 at 6pm. Featured speakers are Dr. Jim Ward and Kirk Carter. A free dinner will be provided. Please RSVP by February 9th at 281-252-5400. Read More »
|Organic Gardening & Landscape Seminars|
OHBA and regional partners present the Spring 2015 Organic Gardening & Landscape Seminars. Saturdays, February 14 - March 7, 2015.
Each seminar features local Organic experts demonstrating simple Organic lawn care and gardening methods. Register early for a fun and festive learning experience that includes "how-to" hand-outs, samples, door prizes, and refreshments. Cost is $5 per seminar... Read More »
|Chicks Arrive February 24th|
Baby Chicks arrive at Spring Creek Feed on February 24, 2015! Chick Types: Rhode Island Red Pullets, Buff Orpington Pullets, Sil Wynadotte Pullets, Ameraucana Pullets. Stay tuned for weekly arrivals! Are you set up for a successful chicken coop? We carry all the chicken supplies you need to raise a healthy flock like chick feeders, chick waterers, heat lamps and more! Read More »
|Chick Tips: Preparing For Backyard Chicks|
Raising chickens is a great experience for the whole family. One of the primary requirements is providing housing that is comfortable for your backyard flock. Young chicks can be raised in a variety of structures, but the area should be warm, dry and ventilated, but not drafty. Also make sure it is easy to clean. Warming: Small numbers of chicks ... Read More »