Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center

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Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center
Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center is listed in the Landscape Equipment & Supplies category in Anoka, Minnesota. Displayed below is the only current social network for Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center is:
7435 Highway 10 NW
Anoka, MN 55303
(763) 421-0223

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Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Anoka, Minnesota is 40 and in the category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Anoka Ramsey Farm and Garden Center Contact Information:

  • 7435 Highway 10 NW
    Anoka, MN 55303
  • Map
  • Phone: (763) 421-0223
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Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden added 6 new photos.
Mosquitos & Ticks bugging you this summer?? We have a wide variety of effective mosquito & tick repellent products! -Pet repellent wipes -Deet Free body spray -Eco friendly, Pet Safe granular yard repellent for mosquitos, fleas, ticks & gnats!! -Bug Bulbs! LED mosquito/flying insect zapper! -Ready-to-use sprays or Concentrates for larger areas! Come and see us to find the right product for your needs, so you can comfortably enjoy the summer!

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden shared their post.
🐓We are still taking orders for Cornish Cross broiler chicks! These are meats birds, ready to butcher in 10wks. This is an ideal time to start so they'll be ready in October...in time to stock your freezer with fresh, natural chicken for fall & winter!
🐓We are taking orders now for Cornish Cross Broiler chicks!! These are fast growing meat birds (ready to butcher in 10wks!). These are available throughout the spring and summer. There is nothing better than fresh, natural chicken that you've raised in your own backyard, it's great knowing where your food came from!! Pricing: 1-9 - $2.25ea., 10-24 - $2.15ea., 25-49 - $1.95ea., 50-99 - $1.59ea., 100+ $1.45ea. We proudly recommend Nelson-Shine Produce for your butchering needs!

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden shared Traces of Texas's photo.
Traces of Texas reader Benjie Bonham sent in this wonderful shot of his grandfather Josh being pulled in his wagon by a Brahma chicken in Joshua, Texas, 1910. I posted this a long, long time ago but I've received so many goat/pony/dog cart photos that I thought it might be time to post it again. The only chicken cart photo I've ever received. Josh looks to having a good time but the chicken looks like he'd rather be elsewhere. Thank you, Benjie! It's awesomer the second time around!

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden added 3 new photos.
We have new chicks in this week! 90% female Rhode Island Reds, Barred Rocks, Ameraucanas, Delawares & Cuckoo Marans $5.95-6.95 each.

Anoka Ramsey Farm & Garden shared Markus McClellan's post.
This is so sweet! I had to share! ❤️
I live in a rural area where a lot of people free range chickens. You really can't sell eggs for more than $2.50 a dozen. Today on my drive home I saw a boy about 10 years old on his front lawn with a sign: "$3.00 a dozen eggs". Realize there is no traffic on my road. He wrote it with a ball point pen on a piece of cardboard. I doubt the 4 cars per hour that drive down our road could even read it. It caught my eye. I thought about my boys and the work we put into our hens. And how much it encourages them to see the fruit of their labor and care. So I turned around and bought 2 dozen. How his eyes lit up! He was explaining that the bluish green ones come from Easter Eggers. When I got home i smiled at my chickens, went inside, and put those 2 dozen eggs in the refrigerator next to the abundance of eggs I already have.