Every week in September, we highlight one of our favorite products at Eagle Hardware Farm and Ranch! Each featured product is something you may need now this beautiful Texas weather begins to cool, prepare for deer hunting season, it may be a new product we are carrying, an item that is on sale, or it just may be a product we think you plain just need to know about!
Here are our Featured Items of the Week for September:
Sept 7 – Whole Corn, Apple-flavored Corn, Persimmon-flavored Corn – Deer Season is fast approaching and folks are already filling up their feeders. As in years past, Eagle Hardware will offer whole corn as well as the increasingly popular flavored corn. This week’s Featured Item of the Week isn’t just corn but all “flavors” of corn. Stop by today and let us show you. See you soon.
Sept 14 – Fall Wildlife Mix – With the start of this year’s Dove Season, the date not only triggers the sound of shotguns but it also that time of year wildlife plots are prepared. This week’s Featured Item of the Week is our 50 pound bag of Fall Wildlife Mix. This special blend of seed takes the guesswork out of what to plant and how much of the different varieties to add. Eagle Hardware is all out making your wildlife experience as fun and enjoyable as possible. Stop by and let us show you how this six mix can do that! See you soon.
Sept 21 – HB EZ Reach 400 Corn Feeder – If you want an easy, hog proof, cattle tough, built like a tank, hassle free feeder that you will absolutely love, this week’s Featured Item of the Week is it. Only problem is, they go fast! The HB Feeder is the epitome of perfect design. Being able to walk right up to it and fill it up and have it feed at your predetermined time, makes your life easier and hunting much more enjoyable. Stop by today and let us show it to you. See you soon.
Sept 28 – Rye Seed – Just as the 90 degree days ebb away, and the fall rains begin, both signal fall seeding time. This week’s Featured Item of the Week is our 50 pound bag of Jumbo Rye. This variety of ryegrass is perfect for pasture over seeding and spring hay harvesting. One bag per acre is the rule of thumb. Just here’s the catch, this year the supply is tight. Get it early or you may not get any at all. See you soon.