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Clyde's Feed & Animal Center celebrates 2017 Purina Check-R-Board Days


Sat, Nov 4th 2017 10:00 am
Clyde's Feed & Animal Center, a Purina Certified Expert Dealer, is announcing its 2017 Purina Check-R-Board Days, a customer appreciation event.
Stop by Clyde's Feed & Animal Center located at 3972 Lockport-Olcott Road 5 in Lockport from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, for Gobbler Day. This special event supports local Niagara County rescue groups and shelters. Customers can enjoy miniature horses and goats, demonstrations by local dog trainers and a special appearance by Tom the Turkey. A Purina expert will be on hand to answer questions regarding proper nutrition of livestock. There will be special savings throughout the store. 
Customers will also have the opportunity to enter in the national 2017 Purina Check-R-Board Days sweepstakes for their chance to win a 2017 Polaris Ranger Utility Vehicle, a trip for two to the Purina Animal Nutrition Center, or Orion 65 Cooler.* See store for official rules.
"We are proud to serve the residents of our community and thank them for their continued loyalty," said Jim Millspaugh, dealer. "We invite everyone to come celebrate our 2017 Purina Check-R-Board Days with us!" 
Purina Animal Nutrition LLC (www.purinamills.com) is a national organization serving producers, animal owners and their families through more than 4,700 local cooperatives, independent dealers and other large retailers throughout the U.S. Driven to unlock the greatest potential in every animal, the company is an industry-leading innovator offering a valued portfolio of complete feeds, supplements, premixes, ingredients and specialty technologies for the livestock and lifestyle animal markets.
*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Open to legal residents of the U.S and D.C., the age of majority. Enter in-store. Maximum of one entry per person. See official rules in store at participating retailers. To find a local retailer, visit www.purinamills.com.

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