Thank you to all who came out and made our June events a success. Our Pressure Canning class at Haltom City was a big success, and the Bark at the Park Ranger game was a blast. My youngest daughter Megan threw out the first pitch, and you can check it out HERE.

Russell Feed and Supply will be closed July 4th so our staff can enjoy the holiday with family and friends.  On behalf of us all, we wish you a very happy Fourth of July.

The hottest time of the year is approaching, this is the time to take extra precautions to make sure your animals don’t overheat. Our website has an article about protecting your pets from the summer heat, and you can access it HERE.

It’s pond and lake stocking time! Dunn’s Fish Farm visits the Azle location on Tuesday, July 15, from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. They will deliver Channel Catfish, Large-Mouth Bass, Florida Hybrid Bass, Black Crappie, Fathead Minnows, Grass Carp, Hybrid Bluegill, Coppernose, and Redear. Preorders are preferred, but walk-ins are welcomed. Learn more about Dunn’s Fish Farm HERE.

Ground Breaking at Russell FeedExciting things are in the air! We’ve started groundwork on relocating our Azle location. The store is set to be 12,000 square foot with all your livestock, pet, and lawn and garden needs. We’re hoping to have doors open by the start of next year.

I am sad to report that Sandy Olah will be leaving us July 6th.  All of us at Russell Feed and Supply want to thank her for her hard work throughout the years to help us grow. Good luck Sandy in your future endeavors!

Hay Report:

We did get a rain, and more rain, and more rain, which is good news. Our hay barn received 2,000 bales of 2 string coastal Bermuda before the monsoon hit. As soon as the weather clears, we are looking at stacking a lot more hay in the barn.

The 3 string products are still under some pressure. When there’s hay, there are no trucks, and when there are trucks… well, can you guess? That being said, we are trying to buy every load we can and hopefully take some of the anxiety out of it.

See you around the barn,
Kenny

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