Post by Debbie Lincoln on Jan 14, 2019 13:15:35 GMT -5
I am about out of my heat mount patches and need to order more and I thought that many of you dont need 50 at a time, like I do... Estrotect used to send a sample pack of 5, but I dont think they do anymore. Anyway, if enough of you would like me to send you 5 to try, I’ll order an extra box of 50 thru Amazon, break them up and mail 5 of them to you. My cost is $1.20 each, so 5 would be $6. Plus include a stamp (I have envelopes - they need to be greeting card size and I have plenty).
To see how they work and how to apply (just peel and stick!) go here
Debbie, I would send you some if you don't want 50 people can get them for just over $2 each with free shipping on eBay so I stopped trying to split with others. But I'm sure I have extra downstairs
With 7 females here, I’ll go through 50 quick enough, so I don’t mind buying a whole box. Two will have to be sold, but I really like to breed them first to (hopefully) help insure they don’t go to slaughter...
4 Cows: Sophie - HoJo, Elvira - Angus/Jersey, Aggie - 3/4 angus, CiCi - purebred red/black angus. 4 calves. Heifer Harriet - Sophie’s 1/2 Red Angus. RIP Abbey (Elvira's dam). You are missed.... 1 Border CollieXCorgie, 1 GSD, Maltese/poodle Kaydee. 3 cats, Koi pond, flock of colorful opinionated chickens, a HUGE garden, 2 grown kids, 3 grandchildren, and us, 2 retired happy people. nowornever-debbie.blogspot.com/
Oh! Oh! I'll take some! I'm out and have to depend on the neighbor to remember to slap one on when I take the girls over (which I need to do again ASAP). I haven't wanted to get the box of 50, either, but I'll take a handful or two. I'll have Rich get a check in the mail to you if that's OK. Let me know!
Aren't they great? The only time I've had a fail, was this last breeding with a short bull. I had them in the usual place and he went up instead of over and the Estrotect didn't show red. Sneaky. Marsha
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