Latest and Greatest

New to us, just for you! We have a variety of products now available, selected at the recent tradeshow we attended.

Here are the highlights on some of our favorites.

 

lixit-waterboy-travel-water-bowlWater Boy Portable Water Bowl: This no-spill water bowl hold three quarts of water to help your pet’s thirst. It’s a great product for anyone who likes to take their companions on-the-go with them.

 

 

 

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Himalayan Rock Salt on a Rope: Ranging from 2LBS to 12LBS, the 100% all natural salt rock is perfect for any size horse, big or small. An added bonus, these rocks are weather resistant. So no need to worry about your salt disintegrating in those spring showers.

 

 

 

banixx

 

Banixx:  A first aid product that has been used successfully for wound care, skin and hoof infections on horses, dogs and puppies, cats and kittens, parrots, falcons, llamas, ferrets, alpacas, show cows, sheep, pigs, reptiles and even a one-month old foal. This product has no smell, no steroids and no antibiotics in it’s formula, making it safe for almost everyone.

 

 

meal baitTomcat Meal Bait: A new way of “feeding” those pests we all love to hate. It’s new design attracts those pesky critters, by looking like tasty oats and barley grains. Also, those anticoagulant resistant rats an mice wont stand a chance against this formula.

 

 

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Rodent Control, Eradicating the issue

It seems that rodent populations are on the rise this year, with the restrictions on rodent poisons here in California and the ability of them to avoid the trap we want to make sure you have all of your options open. First you want to establish what type of eradication plan you want and second make sure you stay vigilant otherwise they will come back to raid your cupboards again. It is important not from just a health standpoint for you and your animals by keeping the rodents, but an economical one as well if they continually gobble your animals resources, your feed bill will continue to rise!

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Try some of these tips as well as incorporating a rigorous extermination plan of action:

1.  Store your feed in metal containers with lids, and try to keep the area around as free from split feed as possible.

2. If you are free feeding animals, try to cover or remove feed at night when rodents are most active and your animals are least likely to be feeding. This will deter rats from entering the feed area and eating feed and potential contamination.

3. Locate where the rodents are traveling to and from, place the bait or traps in this area and make sure they are inaccessible by children and other non targets

4.Place and check your bait and traps twice a day making sure to keep a continual supply and clearing away any caught.

For more tips and product information see the links below

http://www.motomco.com/farm_index.html

animalscience.ucdavis.edu/avian/pfs23.htm