Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply

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Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply
Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply is listed in the Feed Dealers category in Church Point, Louisiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply is:
102 N Bellard St
Church Point, LA 70525
(337) 684-5403

"Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply" - ZapScore Report

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Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Church Point, Louisiana is 34 and in the Feed Dealers category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore

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Social Posts for Anthony's Feed & Farm Supply

Mr. A's shared Thibodeaux's town & country Inc.'s video.
Hatchery choice Geese available. $8.99. Assorted White Chinese , Brown Chinese and African. We don't speak their language, so they can't tell us exactly what breed they are🤣🤣🤣. Geese are great protectors of flocks/property. They also help balance the eco system of ponds by eating long grass and weeds, or filtering algae.

Mr. A's shared Bronson's Hot Chicks's photo.
That video has caused a fever! Our messages are blowing up for people looking for light Brahmas. We did not plan on offering brahma chicks this year but plans change. Our partner farm will start setting eggs in a week or so. Give us a month and your much desired new big chicken will be available. Pickup is at our farm only no shipping availble $6 each straight run these all are Npip flocks not hatchery stock birds

Mr. A's shared a link.
It’s not unusual for one or two hens in a small flock to eat their share of feed, relax, and rarely lay an egg.  Although most flock owners don’t attempt to make money selling eggs, spotting and eliminating freeloaders saves feed dollars and keeps the eggs coming.

Mr. A's shared Purina Poultry's video.
Thinking about getting chickens next year? Watch this video to learn which breed is best for you! More videos: http://bit.ly/2httmoS

Mr. A's shared Tech Insider's video.
Well now, something new?
This is why you should eat your eggshells instead of throwing them away.