Mary’s Tack and Feed is currently offering 15% off when you purchase 3 different items from the following departments (1 from each department): Helmet, Breech, Half Chap, Paddock Boot, or Tall Boot under $500.
Are you signing up your kids for horse camp? Need to replace your show apparel for summer horse shows? Are you planning on going on an excursion or vacation on horseback? Now is the time to stock up on gear for the rider! When you purchase 3 different items from helmets, breeches, half chaps, paddock boots, or tall boots (under $500) you will save 15% off on those items.
How this sale works: purchase your for your horse camp eager kid breeches, paddock boots, and a helmet – receive 15% off. Purchase for your upcoming summer shows a new helmet, show breeches, and tall boots – get 15% off. Purchase for your horseback adventures a helmet, paddock boots, and half chaps – save 15%!
This great offer ends June 30th, 2015, but hurry! Shop now for best selection! Visit in store, shop online or call 858-755-2015 or Toll Free 1-800-551-MARY(6279) to take advantage of Mary’s 15% off Gear up for Summer Sale!
Mary’s Tack and Feed now carries Open Farm Dog Food, the first Humane Certified Dog Food by Humane Farm Animal Care standards. Open Farm is a family run business that sources only the highest quality ingredients from local suppliers they know and trust. The entire farm-to-bowl supply chain is audited and certified by third-party organizations specializing in humane animal care and sustainable farming practices to give you peace of mind.
Bobby, a 9 year veteran of our Feed Department shows off the Open Farm display.
Open Farm recipes are formulated without grain, corn, wheat and soy; rendered meat or poultry meals; artificial preservatives and flavoring; meat and poultry byproducts; industrial farmed fish; or any ingredients from China. Their recipes are high in fresh meat and protein. They use fresh, locally harvested fruits and vegetables, and their formulas are a good source of coconut and fish oils, omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids and prebiotic fibers. Open Farm is also a rotational diet which means you can feed your pet any of the formulas without transitioning steps. The flavors include: Homestead Turkey & Chicken Recipe, Farmer’s Market Pork & Root Vegetable Recipe, and Catch-of-the-Day Whitefish & Green Lentil Recipe.
Each Open Farm recipe is subject to a set of rigorous standards in order to ensure your pet is provided with the best possible ingredients while maintaining a commitment to animal welfare and the environment. All meat and poultry used in their products is raised naturally on family farms with humane and sustainable practices; the animals are nourished by vegetarian diets free from antibiotics and hormones, and raised in environments where they have space, shelter and the ability to engage in their natural behaviors. Their fresh fish is always ocean caught and never farmed; free from antibiotics, artificial feeds and preservatives; and is sourced seasonally using environmentally sustainable fishing practices.
Open Farm Dog Food Recipes
In addition to their superb products and ingredient sourcing, Open Farm has partnered with TerraCycle, a leader in the recycling industry, to launch the very first North American pet food bag recycling program and provide customers with a free and easy way to recycle Open Farm bags, converting them to brand new products instead of sending them to the landfill.
Check out this wonderful line of dog food now available at Mary’s Tack and Feed in Del Mar, CA. You can call 7 days a week: 858-755-2015, or check out our website http://www.marystack.com
Dr. Rebecca James DVM
Mary’s Tack and Feed will be hosting a FREE Equine GI Tract Seminar with guest speaker Dr. Rebecca James DVM on Saturday, May 16th from 2pm to 4pm and will be held in the Mary’s Del Mar Arena.
The GI tract is one of the most important organ systems in equines as it enables horses to breakdown grasses and foods and absorb the nutrients to provide energy and support on a cellular level. Dr. Rebecca James DVM is from the San Dieguito Equine Group and will be discussing overall health of the Equine GI Tact. We will touch on the physiology and anatomy of the GI tract; forage, concentrated feeds, and supplements; parasites, diseases, colic, and ulcers.
Equine Digestive Tract
To reserve your spot, please RSVP today at 858-755-2015. We hope you can join us for this valuable and informative seminar!