Lamberts-stockfeed

Lamberts Stockfeed retails animal feeds and supplies, gardening products, general rural and fertiliser products to our customers. Come in and see our wide range - available both wholesale and to the public... our friendly staff will even help you load up your car.

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- Stock Feed
- Poultry Feed
- Dog Food & Accesories
- Feed Supplements
- Grains
- Fertilisers
- Garden Supplies
- Veterinary Supplies
- Farm Supplies
- Live Poultry
- Bird Houses
- Townsville largest seedling stockist
- Large diverse plant range

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DOG BREED 

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BLUE HEELER

DOG FOOD 

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BREED OF THE MONTH - BLLUE HEELER

Blue Heelers and Red Heelers are also known as Australian Cattle dogs. These sturdy medium-sized dogs have been used as working dogs on farms and cattle stations.

While the use of working cattle dogs has somewhat waned over the years, they are nevertheless known for their loyalty and ruggedness.

 They have in some ways become a symbol of the Australian outback. They come in a variety of colours but there are four base colours for Australian Cattle dogs including black, red, chocolate and blue/grey.

Blue Heeler puppies are born white but you can sometimes the eventual colour of their coat through the pads on their paws.

Got an active dog then we have the best dry dog food for you?


DOGPRO GAME ON 

Dogpro is a high performance, complete and balanced nutritional source with the perfect ratio of quality proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals to keep the active hunting dog in peak physical condition.

It contains kangaroo meat, a high-quality protein source that is one of the leanest and lowest fat meats available.

• Premium source of proteins for nourishment and repair of active muscles during hard work.

• Rich in essential oils (Omega 3 & 6) for maintaining healthy, radiant skin and coat. • Packed with essential vitamins and minerals to help support vitality.
• Nutritionally complete and balanced kibble that is highly palatable and easily digestible. 30 % protein 17 % Fat

STARTING A BACKYARD CHICKEN FARM

PLANT OF THE MONTH
MONSTERA

A COMPLETE GUIDE TO KEEPING  CHICKENS

Keeping chickens can be a nerve racking experience, especially if you’ve never done it before – but it really is quite easy, so long as you have all the equipment, know what to expect and aren’t afraid to get up close and personal with these delightful feathered friends.

This being said, it’s only natural to suddenly feel your brain being inundated with questions and concerns – “what do chickens eat?”, “where do I keep them”, “what do you mean there are different breeds of chickens?!” That’s why we have prepared this easy to read complete beginner’s guide to keeping chickens.

What are the benefits of keeping chickens?

For those who have been keeping chickens for a long time, it’s hard to express all of the joy and wonder chickens bring to their lives. With this in mind, some of the key pleasures of keeping chickens includes delicious eggs, creating a more sustainable environment, as well as being a source peace and serenity in your life. 

http://https://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/blogs/learning-centre/a-complete-beginners-guide-to-keeping-chickens

MAY PLANT OF THE MONTH - MONSTERA

Monstera is a tropical plant from the Araceae family. Its name, as one might guess, comes from the Latin meaning “abnormal” because of its odd-looking, perforated leaves that are often punched through with holes.

The best-known variety is Monstera Deliciosa, or Mexican Breadfruit, in reference to its corncob-shaped fruit (which is said to taste like a combination of pineapple, banana, and mango).

It’s not all delicious, however: The rest of the plant is poisonous and eating the fruit before it’s ripe can cause mouth irritation. “It’s extremely common for monsteras to be confused with split-leaf philodendron. 

Find a balance between sun and shade. If Monstera is given too much sun, the leaves will yellow. Since this isn’t possible in a living room, indirect sun is best. Water Monstera moderately and evenly, about once a week. Wait until the soil is fairly dry before watering again.

Keep in a fairly humid environment. To curb excessive growth, avoid re-potting too often and prune regularly by pinching off new growth


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