1. How To Keep Your Pets Safe This Winter

    In our last post, Preparing Your Livestock For Winter, we discussed some ways to prepare your livestock for the winter months ahead, but, what about your pets? Domesticated pets are not prepared to handle the winter the same way their wild counterparts or your livestock are, and at Conroe Feeders, w…Read More

  2. Preparing Your Livestock For Winter

    Here in Conroe, we are fortunate to have fairly mild winters compared to most of the United States. However, with cooler temperatures right around the corner, there are still some preparations that should be made to ready your livestock for winter. While our growing and grazing is longer than in oth…Read More

  3. Caring For Your Livestock’s Hooves – Part 2

    Welcome back to part two of our two-part series of caring for your livestock’s hooves. In part one, we discussed caring for your horse and swine hooves. In part two, we are going to continue the hoof discussion with your other livestock animals including cattle, goats, and sheep. In part one, we d…Read More

  4. Caring For Your Livestock’s Hooves – Part 1

    Your animals’ hooves are much different than human feet or toenails, although they do have some similar components, they require special care. Regular hoof maintenance and trimming are critical to optimizing your livestock’s overall health and wellbeing. If your livestock are show animals or wor…Read More

  5. Does Your Chicken Feed Really Matter?

    Welcome back to our Conroe Feeders animal supply blog. One of the questions we get quite often is “does the chicken feed really matter?” and our response is always an enthusiastic, and quite incredulous “YES!” Before we go much further here, it is important to note that at Conroe Feeders we …Read More

  6. You Bought Your First Pony — Now What?

    Congratulations! You’re a horse owner! You’ve waited perhaps years to buy your first pony or horse, and now that you’ve got one, the work begins. For starters, what do you feed your horse? When? What vaccinations does your horse need? When does your horse need shoeing? And what does its whinni…Read More

  7. How the Quality of Feed Affects an Animal

    In our last blog post, we touched very briefly on how the quality of feed that you’re feeding an animal that you’ll be showing can affect the animal itself. For those of you that may not have spent years working on a farm or raising animals, this may seem a little dramatic. The truth, however, i…Read More

  8. Tips for Your First Year of Showing Livestock

    Having the opportunity to work on a livestock market project is one that should never get passed up. Not only is this a great opportunity for children to learn more about animals, but it provides them with a chance to fully understand discipline and responsibility in regards to livestock. If you hav…Read More