For the safety of our employees and customers, our hours have temporarily changed. Our doors will remain open, please wear face protection or call and pay over the phone for curbside pickup!
Mon-Fri 8 AM-3 PM
Sat 8 AM-2 PM
As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues to unfold, I am reaching out to you – a valued customer – as Fallbrook Fertilizer, Feed & Farm Supply continues to navigate this ever-evolving situation. First and foremost, the health and wellbeing of you, your loved ones, and our own employees remain our top priority.
At Fallbrook Fertilizer, Feed & Farm Supply, we are committed to doing all that we can to help you and your animals during these challenging times, while simultaneously prioritizing the safety of our own employees. As we implement business continuity plans, please know that we are working to support you while sustaining the supply of Animal Food, Products & Agriculture Supplies.
We have implemented protocols at our store to limit the potential transmission of this virus, including limiting visitors, and enhancing our cleaning and sanitization efforts. Through all this, customer service remains at the heart of all that we do! Sorry, at this time we will not be accepting any returns or refunds on any products, due to limiting the spread of COVID-19.
However, our sales representatives will continue to work to serve the needs of you and your animals, helping to maintain inventories of essential products, and equipping you with any additional resources you may need in support of your needs.
We will be offering curbside assistance. Please call our store at 760-728-6717 or 760-728-5101.
If you need a delivery service please call Kathy at Road-Runner Errands at 760-277-0089.
Finally, in regard to our portfolio, we can confirm that while supply and demand vary by product, we are not aware of any significant near-term impacts on the availability of our supplies, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Should this change, we will be in touch with you.
Our thoughts are with those in all impacted outbreak areas, and we extend our sincere appreciation to the many healthcare providers and volunteers who are doing so much to assist our communities. As we continue to assess this fluid situation, we sincerely appreciate your patience and thank you for your ongoing partnership.
the whole team at Fallbrook Fertilizer, Feed & Farm Supply
This turkey is one of the most common and largest breeds available in the United States. The Broad Breasted White's size makes it a great addition to any table.
The mature female weight at 20 weeks is 25 pounds, and the males will mature at abut 45 pounds.
These are two varieties of the largest of all turkeys.
Available first week of July!
(They must be dressed as they get too large to keep around as a pet.)
Limited amount of turkeys available as this is the only shipment for this season, and limited amount to purchase per household.
Much like the Broad Breasted White, the Bronze is still as large and meaty as its counterpart.
Because of its size it's hard for this breed to reproduce. Its size makes it the perfect bird to raise on your own for holiday gatherings.
The mature female weight at 20 weeks is 23 pounds, and the males will mature at about 33 pounds.
This "haus" loves to free range and finishes out slower than the Cornish Cross Broiler, but the wait is worth it! The Rudd Ranger is a versatile bird that can be raised in more confined areas or in free-range environments but prefers the latter. These birds are docile and get along with most other breeds. They have red plumage with dark tail and wing feathers. When dressed, the Rudd Ranger’s body is more proportional compared to a broiler, making the dark meat almost equal the breast meat. MATURE WT: MALE 11 LBS. FEMALE 8 LBS.
We only have a limited amount of birds, and are limiting sales to Five per house hold!
We will have one order of Cornish Broilers in the middle of July available.
White Cornish Cross Broilers are among the fastest growing meat type chicken you can buy. Chicks will reach market weight at just 6 weeks of age. They were developed for the commercial meat chicken market and have been used for the past fifty years to produce the chicken found in your local grocery store.
They grow so fast that their legs may give out from their weight and it is not recommended that they be kept for breeding. You can take away the feed at night and restrict the feed intake to slow the growth of the chicken. This will allow the bones and tendons to catch up with the rapid growth.
Start them on a 20-22% Chick and/or Broiler Starter for the first 4.5 to 5 weeks.
Switch them to an 18% Chick Grower after that time.
Feed them around the clock for the first 5 days of age. After day 5 only feed during daylight hours. No feed for 12 hours. Water is okay to leave with them.
At 6 weeks of age males should weigh about 6lbs and females 5lbs. If you desire a larger bird they may be raised up to 9 weeks of age with males weighing about 10lbs and females 8lbs.
"We are free of this disease, finally!"
On June 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) certifies that the United States of America (U.S.A.) has satisfied the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) criteria for eradication of virulent Newcastle disease (vND) from poultry as defined by the OIE and exhibition birds. The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and USDA have announced an end to the vND quarantine in Southern California. The State quarantine for VND encompassed Los Angeles, western Riverside, and western San Bernardino Counties, an area where millions of commercial and backyard poultry live. This action once again allows poultry to move freely within California without a CDFA permit. All necessary actions and surveillance requirements have been completed in accordance with the OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code with no further detections of the disease. The virus has been completely stamped out and there are no further infected zones. All restrictive measures in relation to vND in the U.S.A. have therefore been lifted. The USDA APHIS, now considers the vND event officially closed and resolved.
Between May 17, 2018 and May 31, 2020, USDA confirmed 476 positive premises in California as infected with vND, including 4 commercial premises. These positive premises were found in six counties, including 263 in Riverside County, 164 in San Bernardino County, 46 in Los Angeles County, 1 in Ventura County, 1 in Alameda County, and 1 in San Diego County. USDA also confirmed 1 infected premises in Utah County, Utah and 1 infected premises in Coconino County, Arizona, both linked to birds that were moved from the quarantine area in California.
CALIFORNIA FREE OF VIRULENT NEWCASTLE DISEASE
Southern California Regional Quarantine Lifted
SACRAMENTO, June 1, 2020 – The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) have announced an end to the Virulent Newcastle Disease (VND) quarantine in Southern California. Extensive testing of the regulated area has been completed, with no additional detections of the disease. This allows poultry to again move freely within California.
“We have eagerly anticipated this day and are extremely proud of the tireless work of the Virulent Newcastle Disease Task Force,” said CDFA Secretary Karen Ross. “While we extend gratitude to the hundreds of dedicated and skilled USDA, CDFA and California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System employees who worked for over two years to achieve this goal, often in adverse conditions, we also want to thank the thousands of poultry owners in Southern California who made the sacrifices and investments needed to eradicate this virus from California.”
VND was first detected in May of 2018 in Los Angeles County. By December 2018 the virus had spread extensively in backyard poultry in the LA Basin and also infected commercial flocks. After prolonged disease control efforts, the last confirmed positive case was detected in February, 2020. Testing has continued throughout the area since that time to gain assurance that the disease was eradicated.
To continue to protect California flocks, poultry entering California must either have a certificate of veterinary inspection demonstrating good health or a National Poultry Improvement Program certificate. CDFA retains the authority to monitor and test poultry so that any future infections can be stopped quickly, minimizing potential harm. Additionally, CDFA and USDA, in partnership with many bird enthusiasts in Southern California, are committed to on-going monitoring for disease and continual support for biosecurity training.
All backyard poultry owners and commercial operations are encouraged to practice biosecurity measures to help prevent the introduction of disease when people enter or depart the premises, to routinely check birds for signs of illness, and to report any incidence of suspected VND or other bird diseases. More information is available at www.cdfa.ca.gov or through the California Avian Health Education Network (CAHEN) at (866) 922-2473.
California State Veterinarian Dr Annette Jones: “We hope to continue working with bird owning communities to prevent a reintroduction of widespread disease so that we never have to place an areawide VND quarantine in Southern California again.”
Background: Virulent Newcastle disease is a virus that affects birds with particularly lethal effects on poultry, affecting the digestive system, nervous system and respiratory system. It is not normally found in the United States. It spreads quickly between birds but is not considered a human health threat. Its presence can be so detrimental to poultry health and the food supply that it triggers state, federal and international regulatory response. While this virus has been introduced and eradicated from more than 15 U.S. states since 1950, the largest outbreaks occurred in California in 1971-1974 and 2002-2003 following a similar pattern but with wider spread than the recent 2018-2020 outbreak.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Our monthly shot clinic will be temporarily closed due to Covid-19 social distancing regulations.
Private house call services, for our low cost clinic. During the quarantine the Fallbrook Fertilizer Feed veterinarian is now available to provide your pets with there vaccinations. There will be a $10.00 surcharge added. Please call or text #1-442-248-7254 to set up an appointment. This service is only available to Fallbrook residents, and only for the duration of the quarantine.
Since 1976 we have provided an extensive line of crop, farm, livestock, pets and garden supplies.
We carry Bermuda, Alfalfa & Straw Hay too!
Call for local Deliveries!
We have a variety of baby chicks and turkeys from February till July!
Monthly low cost shot clinic for your cat & dogs!
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