Wells Brothers Pet, Lawn & Garden Supply                                                                   Nov. 2015, Vol.1
Location & Hours

5001 K Avenue
Plano, TX 75074
Phone: (972) 424-8516 

Store Hours:
Mon - Fri: 8 am - 7 pm 
Saturday: 8 am - 6 pm
Closed Sunday

November 1-30, 2015

Friday & Saturday thru November 13, 2015

November 7, 2015
November 21, 2015
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

 November 25, 2015
5:00 pm

 November 26, 2015

Be sure to check the event calendar on our website for future store events!
Click here   to access our monthly coupons on our website. 
Save On Exclusive Cat Food 
The featured Pet Food of the Month for November is PMI Nutrition Exclusive Brand Cat Food.

$.50 off the 4# bag & $1.50 off the 18# bag 

News From Wells Brothers Pet, Lawn & Garden Supply

The weathers finally cooled off, football is on the TV and rifle season opens on the 7th. It really is the most wonderful time of the year! Before you head to the lease, stock up on deer corn, Antler Max and more at Wells Brothers. It's good to shop local!

Cooler weather also means, little critters are looking for a warm place to live aka your home. If you hear noise in the attic, walls or other areas of your home, you may have critters living inside. Before you call the exterminator, give us a call. We've got solutions to your house guest problems.

Garden Tonic is what we call our Compost Tea. We make it fresh every week and sell it on Friday and Saturday only. November will be the last month for Garden Tonic until next spring. We plan to brew Garden Tonic through November 14th, If we get a freeze between now and then, we'll stop brewing early. Keep an eye on Facebook and we'll keep you posted.
At Wells Brothers, we are thankful for our loyal customers who choose to "Shop Small" every day of the year. We appreciate you! Wells Brothers will close at 5:00 pm on Wednesday the 25th and will be closed on Thanksgiving. Have a safe holiday.

Just an analog store in a digital world.
Dick Broussard

"If men could learn from history, what lessons it might teach us. But passion and party blind our eyes, and the light which experience gives us is a lantern on the stern, which shines only on the waves behind us."
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772 - 1834)

Dick's Hunting Blog

Hunting season in Texas has been in full swing for about two months. Doves started in September and bow season (for deer) started the first of October. Now the bow hunters are coming out of the woods and the gun hunters going in. Those of us that hunt have been getting a bad rap as of late. I say it ...
Acorn Pancakes Anyone?

You rake and you bag acorns, and depending on the year, you will do it several times. This is the life of an oak tree owner in the fall. For another way to handle the acorn crop look to Mother Nature. Ya see, critters love acorns. The fun loving squirrel and whitetail deer are at the top of the list. ...
Straw vs Hay: What's The Difference?

This time of the year we get bombarded with questions about using straw versus hay for a given task. Straw is plant stubble from a harvested crop. It's called straw because it's hollow. Straw is also a regional product. In north Texas 99% of the straw is from wheat. The other 1% is typically made from oats. Straw is mainly ...
Got Critters Inside The House, Now What?

Ok, they're in the house, so how do we get them out? It depends on where they are and what they are. For now let's presume they are rats or mice in the attic. The choice of weapons include rodenticides (poison), live and kill traps, sonic deterrent devices, fox urine (predator scents) and just let them be. 
A Little November History

November is a month rich in history. From the founding of the Mission at San Juan Capistrano to meaning of Thanksgiving Day, there is plenty of interesting facts for all you history and trivia buffs! 
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5001 K Avenue, Plano, TX 75074