Protect Your Pipes From Freezing Weather

2019-03-28T20:48:39+00:00December 2nd, 2015|Articles, Bar None News|

The Farmer's Almanac is forecasting a colder, wetter winter.  Regardless, winter is fast approaching. Colder weather means proper readiness around the house and barn will be essential to preventing those water mishaps.  Freezing temperatures and water in unprotected pipes is never a good mix.  Protect your pipes from freezing weather. Therefore, Bar None Country Store always stocks [...]

How to Protect Your Birds

2019-03-28T20:38:21+00:00February 21st, 2015|Articles, Bar None News|

Here are a few tips to get you started on caring for your flock or new baby chick. Learn how to protect them from infectious diseases. Call or stop by Bar None Country Store with any questions. We are always happy to help! 1. Keep Your Distance Restrict access to your property and birds. Consider [...]

Getting Started with Chicks

2019-03-28T20:45:04+00:00January 30th, 2015|Articles, Bar None News|

The first chicks arrive in our store the week of February 12. You'll find everything you need to care for your new flock of baby chicks at McGregor General Store.  If you are new to raising chicks, do not worry, we are here to advise and support you whether you want egg production, meat production, [...]

Winter is Here : Pipes, Pets and Plants

2019-03-28T20:48:45+00:00January 5th, 2015|Articles, Bar None News|

As the leaves blow and the temperature remains below 50 degrees for the second full week, the reality begins to set in, winter is still here.  The occasional sunny day reminds us, we do live in Texas and the weather is ever changing.  However, sometimes it just doesn’t seem fast enough.  During the summer, we [...]

Now is the Time : Winterize Your Pipes

2019-03-28T20:48:51+00:00October 31st, 2014|Articles, Bar None News|

Whether one reads and puts much trust in the Farmer’s Almanac or not, this year they were “spot on” in forecasting a milder summer. With that said, the same almanac is forecasting a colder, wetter winter.  Regardless, winter is fast approaching. Colder weather means proper readiness around the house and barn will be essential to [...]

Deer Protein: AntlerMax

2014-05-19T20:12:52+00:00May 19th, 2014|Articles, Bar None News|

When choosing the right deer protein, Purina AntlerMax is the way to go. AntlerMax is a 20%-protein pelleted ration designed to enhance the deer’s natural forage diet. Formulated with patented AntlerMax Technology. Improves antler size and mass and improves body condition. Optimum reproductive performance and strong healthy fawns. Proprietary AntlerMax Mineral – optimal antler growth, [...]

Take Control Of Weeds

2014-05-19T14:23:45+00:00May 19th, 2014|Articles, Bar None News|

Now that spring is here, the plants are springing to life! However, your flowers aren't the only thing coming to life! Weeds are breaking through the soil and depriving your true grass from sunlight & nutrients. There are a few options to keep weeds under control in your lawn and flower beds. Weed Management Options: Remove weeds [...]

Tick Control Tips

2014-05-15T16:09:24+00:00May 15th, 2014|Articles, Bar None News|

As spring and summer heat up, so will transmission of Ehrlichia spp. according to the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) Forecast Maps for 2014, which predict a very active season for transmission of Ehrlichia for all endemic areas particularly the Southeast with an extreme risk of infection for those in Oklahoma and Texas. Dogs are infected [...]

Say NO to Fire Ants

2014-04-11T12:12:39+00:00April 11th, 2014|Articles, Bar None News|

Spring can bring on beauty and amazing growth, but it's also the time for fire ants. These little guys love to take up camp in your flower beds, and it ain't pretty. Be sure to treat fire ant beds so they will not return. The most sure fire (no pun intended) way to get rid [...]

Garden Ideas: Herb Container Garden

2014-02-20T14:43:25+00:00February 20th, 2014|Articles, Bar None News|

It's time to start dreaming of summer gardens and fresh herbs!  Check out this idea from Bonnie Plants for an edible herb container garden using garden pots.  Here is what you will need, of course feel free to plant your favorite herbs. 3 garden pots (24-inch, 18-inch, & 14-inch) Orange Mint Chocolate Mint Grapefruit Mint [...]

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