Latest update from H and H Feed and Rockin Wild Ranch!!
Our rescue horse Rowen went lame about a month ago. After xrays and nerve blocks we have isolated it to soft tissue inside the hoof walls. Another test is scheduled at Texas A&M University and we expect to get a definitive diagonosis and treatment plan. Send healing thoughts his way! The poor guy is on stall rest (25’x 25′ stall/paddock) which is tough for an active Thoroughbred. On the bright side his beautiful dappling is showing now that he is not in the sun grazing all day 🙂
Shortly after Rowen went lame we found out that his BFF was for sale. We purchased Doc and not only is he a perfect gentleman but is also a great stable buddy for Rowen during his stall rest. Looking forward to taking both of “our boys” out for a good long trail ride once Rowen is sound!
And some of our customers are making excellent use of our colorful H and H Feed bags! The bags are perfect for BATTLE ARMOR!!!!
Our layer flock here at Rockin Wild has increased to 8 ladies courtesy of H and H Poultry in Burnet TX. We love getting the dark brown Marans eggs and are looking forward to the blue Legbar eggs! In the meantime our light brown egg layers, Delaware and Barred Rock, are regular as clockwork. Our Leghorn is molting and not laying at the moment. We have a Cream Brabanter getting close to lay! For anyone desiring Spring layers now is the time to start thinking about getting chicks!
Above: in order, Black Copper Marans, Cream Brabanter, and Marans and Barred Rock eggs.
On the H and H Feed front we have introduced a non-GMO, soy free Game Bird Grower crumble for all of the quail, turkey, other game bird enthusiasts. Non-GMO, soy free rabbit pellets are just around the corner as well as two separate feeds: Dairy Goat and a Goat/Sheep ration. All are non-GMO and soy free of course 🙂
Other H and H news is that we have added a rep to the Dallas area and are expending North! Meridian, Gatesville, and Italy TX all now have H and H retailers.
Stay cool! Fall is fast approaching and these scorching 100 degree temps in Central Texas will cool to the Texas temps we know and love 🙂