January News From The Ranch

Hard to believe that 2023 has come to a close. We hope you all had a good year and were able to accomplish some of your goals for the year. We set big goals for ourselves and took it one step at a time. There were several bumps in the road that taught us many lessons. All in all things ended on a solid good note for all and we are looking forward to another year of adventure and fun. The calendar is already looking pretty packed, LOL. We can’t do it all but its good to have options. We are planning to stick to our first week of the month schedule but don’t be surprised if we move a day or two around. You will get notice and it wont be more than a day or two.

We will continue to support our local equine and trail non-profits. These groups do so much for the community and we want to help in any way we can. If you want to donate to the feed accounts for any of the equine non-profits you can do so directly with us. If you want to donate specific feed items or even just funds to help pay for what they are already purchasing just let us know. You will get a receipt for your records for your donation. Every little bit helps. Currently on our regular route: Rockin’ KT Equine Redemption, Center for Adaptive Riding and 6227 Ranch. If you have others that need help just have them contact us.

This weather has been super so far. Lot’s of fall-like days to keep us outside and enjoying it. The horses here don’t know what to think. As we all know, actual winter weather will eventually hit. To help give our herd a little extra immune support we keep Phyto-Quench on hand and ready. This has been an amazing product to keep everyone healthy when it seems like all around us we hear about sniffles and coughs.

Once the wet weather hits, don’t get sidelined by scratches. Keratex is our go to during any wet weather. We put in on anything that goes on our horses legs. It will prevent fungus and bacteria from getting in and causing issues. For our more prone horses we give a nice dusting daily. This really helps keep the skin and coat healthy. Keep some in the trailer and in the barn.

It is always best to get your order for the month in as early as possible. You can text, email or order on line. Please take a look at the schedule to make sure you have your orders in as early as possible. We will not deliver during wet weather. It is just too hard on some of the feeds to be exposed to moisture if you don’t have the ability to open the bags and let them breath a bit upon delivery. Putting the schedule out a few months ahead still seems to be working well, so we will continue to post three months of deliveries at a time. With fuel prices as high as they are we will be trying to be as efficient as possible in our delivery days. We are making fewer additional trips to town as well so our ability to fit in a last minute order is a little limited so may not happen as fast as you have experienced in the past. Special trips to town for that “I have to have it or else…” order will have a $10 delivery fee. If you need to, you can always stop by and pick up anything you might need, just give us a call ahead of time to schedule. The sooner you get your orders in the better we are able to plan, but not later than 5pm the night before your scheduled delivery day. With winter will come weather than can impact our deliveries. If we have to make changes we will let you know. It is always a good idea to plan ahead and have enough to carry your through an extra week if the weather keeps us from delivering as planned. Thank you

https://threersranch.com You can place your order here and pay on line. Paypal, Credit Card and Venmo Products and Service are charged a 3% convenience fee. If you still want to pay with cash, check or Venmo then simply select cash on delivery. Discounts and coupons are applied after you place your order online and may affect your final total. If you have any questions please email trougeau@threersranch.com.

Tami Rougeau

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