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Work in Style, with the new 2015 Georgia Boots!

Here at Rural King we have ton of different vendors of boots, but ONE of our vendors we are going to show you is called Georgia Boots.  You’ve heard of them? OF COURSE YOU HAVE!

Georgia Boots is one of our TOP SELLERS, Not only do they look stylish (Guy’s it is okay to have good looking boots at work)  But they are durable, and can last you a long time.

Here are a few our of over a handful that we have in store as well as online www.RuralKing.comgeorgia_mens_giant_work_boots_g8274

  • Full grain leather – Molds to your foot
  • Repairable Goodyear welt construction – Replaceable outsole, solid footing, long lasting
  • EVA midsole – Comfort
  • Oil resistant bumper guard – Long life, low maintenance
  • Unlined Quarters
  • Internal Padded Collar
  • High performance lining – Durable, dry comfort
  • Steel shank – Solid stable work platform
  • Covered cushion insole – comfort underfoot

Don’t believe the statement above? here are some reviews off our website.

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This is our #1 seller 

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These Georgia Pull-On Muddog Comfort Core® Work Boots are durable and very comfortable. They’re made from the toughest materials, such as SPR leather.

Compared to traditional leather, SPRTM leather is roughly 3 times as strong and resists abrasions 2.5 times as well.  It’s chemical-, oil-, and slip-resistant due to a rare blend of proprietary materials.The rubber “Phoenix” outsole also is hard-working; it resists chemicals, oils, heat, abrasions and slips. It also is non-marking and provides flexibility and cushioning.

The Comfort Core® insole provides cushioning, ventilation and is equipped with a heel plug for shock absorption. Underneath, a fiberglass shank has been assembled into the base of this work Wellington for arch support and steady footing.

Barnyard- and ranch-approved, the chemical-resistance and comfort will make you want to pull on these round-toe 11 “ boots – easy to do with pull straps and a dipped topline.

  • Oil Resistant Rubber “Phoenix” Outsole
  • Leather shaft
  • Supporting steel shank – Solid stable work platform
  • Molded waterproof TPU shell – Dry comfort
  • High abrasion and moisture wicking mesh lining – Dependable long-lasting comfort
  • Removable polyurethane Comfort Core Airflow orthotic insert – Won’t compress, shock absorbing

 

 

You can find more information and more styles of Georgia Boots in your local Rural King store or check out our website at www.Ruralking.com

Thank you,

from your friends here at Rural King

What Can Chicks Do For You?

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What can a chicken do for you?

 

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Children can participate in all chicken-related chores!

Did you know that a chicken is easier to take care of than a dog? You don’t have to walk a chicken, you don’t have to give it a bath, it won’t dirty up the house, or break any valuables. All you have to do is make sure that they have food and water and of course that their coops are clean of droppings.

The kids would have to go out and get the eggs that have been laid, but every child could use a little responsibility. Some chickens, as long as they are in a happy environment, can produce up to 300 eggs a year! Think of all that money you could save!

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 Chickens are a great way to meet people and start conversations!

People are naturally curious about people who raise chickens. From brief conversations with the Rural King cashier who is curious about why you are buying a case of generic corn. Chicken-talk is fun. People ask genuinely interested questions. (Most frequent question: Do you have to have roosters to get eggs? Answer: No.)

 What do you do with all that waste?

So you’re thinking my back yard is going to be full of waste. What can you do with that waste? Do you have flowers in the front yard that could use a little help after this harsh winter? Put the chicken poop around your flowers. Are you going to be starting up a veggie garden? They could use some fertilizer as well!

View these links for more:

A direct link to our chicks!

Also, view our Brinsea and GQF lines for all your chicken needs.

DYI outdoor cat house.

cold-cat With the winter being tough on all pets, you might have a few strays wandering around. If you happen to have a cat that like to be outside more than inside, or you just want a place for the neighborhood stray,  you want to make sure they have a warm place to go if they need to.

 

 

tubsSince the Christmas season is over, a lot of stores, including Rural King are having close out sales on storage tubs.
This is a great item to make your DYI out door cat house out of. You only need a few simple tools. First you need a Storage tub with lid, insulation (this can be straw, or pink instillation board, pink fiberglass insulation,or spray foam, cardboard, or any insulation you choose), a smaller storage tub with lid or Styrofoam cooler, straw for bedding, utility knife, and of course some duct tape. In the first photo they used a empty plastic flexible flower container to line the entrance. There are several different ways to may an out door house, this is just one of them.

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1. You are going to outline a hole to cut out on the Larger tub. It does help if you warm up the plastic before trying to cut it but you do not have to. RuralKing has multiple kinds of utility knives for you every need.

2. Place the smaller tub or foam container inside of the larger one and trace the circle you cut on the outside to the inside tub so that they align. Then Cut the hole out of the inside tub.

3.Place a small amount of insulation in the bottom of the big tub then put the smaller tub back in the larger tub, then place your insulation around all 4 sides of the smaller tub, packing it in tight if your insulation is loose. If you used the board insulation you will have to measure it and cut it to fit. If you used the spray foam you will want to make sure it dries before you close it up. (don’t forget to allow for expansion with the spray foam)

4. You will want to use the plastic flimsy flower container or this is where you use the duct tape to cover the hole between the two containers edges so that it makes a smooth opening. RuralKing has many options for colors and patterns for duct tape as well the regular old faithful silver. (reference picture 2 if needed)

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4. Once your opening is covered in duct tape to cover the edges where you cut out the circle. You will want to put some straw or bedding inside of the inner tub for the cats to lay in. Then put the lid on the smaller tub and close it tight. Then you will want to add a small amount of insulation on top of the smaller lid to create another barrier before putting the large lid on.

5.Your Done! Now you want to make sure you place this near the building and facing the entrance to the East or South since majority of Winter winds are out of the North and West. This will help cut down on the wind entering the domain.

If you don’t like that this looks like a DYI project then you can always paint it with some spray paint on the outside to make it all one color, Rural King carries many different kinds of spray paint, just make sure you choose one that is OK to use on plastic. Or if you are really feeling crafty, you can use spray or expanding foam on the outside (which adds extra insulation) then sculpt it how you want it to look, then spray paint it or add decorative shingles on the outside to make it look like an actual house! This is where you can get creative if you like.

 

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http://www.alleycat.org/ShelterGallery – reference picture 1

www.catster.com – reference picture 2

http://forum.horsetopia.com/cats/147447-diy-outdoor-cat-house.html – reference picture 3

Don’t Miss Out!

Keep up on the sales that Rural King has to offer. Sign up for our email list and never miss a sale! Our Special Offers may include flash sales, coupons, specials on tools, and closeout pricing!

 

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It is easy and sure to benefit your piggy bank!

Why not save money on everyday products?!

 

 

 

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You can also reach out to one of our trained Customer Service Representatives! We would love to help you! Just call 1-800-561-1752 7 days a week 7am to 5pm CST.

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Mixing Gas for 2 Cycle Engines

If you are like a lot of people living in the suburbs or on a farm or lifestyle block, you probably have several 2 cycle engines such as a weed eater, chainsaw, blower, etc. Most of these engines take different mixtures 1/50, 1/32 etc. All the instructions tell how to mix one gallon, however, you usually only need a tank or two at a time, and a gallon will go bad before it is used up. Nobody needs several gallons of bad gas mixed at different ratios; the solution is to mix a tank at a time.

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Always stabilize your gas before you start. It will keep the gas fresh for longer periods of time and protect your engines from gumming up. One example is STA-BIL, however, there are many others available.

 

Sta-Bil Concentrated Fuel Stabilizer 32 oz. 22214

SKU: 090180383

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Use a measuring device for small amounts, 2oz- 1oz- 1/2 oz and 1/4 oz. There are many available.  You will also need small mixing containers, 12 gallon (1.9 L) and quart measuring cups will take care of most of your needs.

Norpro, 2 Cup Plastic Measuring Cup 3036

SKU: 006232160

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If your engine calls for a 1/32 mixture that is 1 oz of oil to 32 oz of gas, or 1/2oz of oil to 16oz of gas, or 1/4 oz oil to 8 oz. gas, mix only what you need at the time.

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Find a piece of cardboard or plywood and list all your equipment on it.Include the ratios that they require, and the recipe for a tank of gas. Put this on the garage wall; this will keep you from looking up the manual each time you use it.