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Santa is coming to town! Santa will be visiting Capalaba Produce to spread the Christmas cheer! Dogs (as well as their owners) are all invited to come down to the Produce and have their photos taken with the man himself! Santa Paws is a fantastic way to create happy memories with your family (including your...
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Do you know there is over 600 varieties of roses? From modern to old fashioned, miniature and bushes to standards, climbers and weepers. Coming from French rose breeders to English, German, American and also Australian ones! We are lucky enough to have received a shipment of Miniature Roses, Standard Roses and Bush Roses. These guys vary...
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Sit, drop and stay! Dogs are such empathetic, loving creatures who give us unconditional love. They are also incredible intelligent! Check out the list below to see if your dog made the cut for Top 5 smartest dog breeds     5. Labrador Retrievers  One of the most popular dog breeds, the Labrador retriever is named for...
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Seed potatoes are one of mankind’s staple crops and seed is available to the consumer which is disease resistant and offers prolific production. 1kg of potato seed can produce up to 20kg of potatoes in ideal conditions! Click here to learn how to care for your seed potatoes:  Care sheet – Seed Potatoes Waxy, Floury and...
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Do you know what foods can be toxic to your pets? Easter is often a time for relaxation, celebration, family (all members) and eating. As a pet parent, there are a few extra things that need to be considered to ensure your pet has a healthy and happy Easter. Over the Easter period it is...
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The community is very important to us at Capalaba Produce! We had the honour of attending the Somerville house show jumping event on March 4th held at Moggill Pony Club. The early morning arrivals rolled in with their clean floats, excited horses and drowsy eyes for the Somerville interschool showjumping Qualifier event.Hopes ran high through the...
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Your checklist for Autumn! Welcome March and the beginning of Autumn! The cracking of popping seed pods has been a common sound that fill have those warm summer evenings.  This is nature preparing for an abundant future as the next generation of plants explode out of their pods and capsules and make their way to...
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Treats! Dogs love them and we love giving them. Those smiling eyes, the wiggly butt dance, just begging for a crunchy snack—how do you say no?! Treats are great for rewarding good behaviour when training, a fun way to give your dog variety in their diet and a way to show our dogs how much we...
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Which hay should I feed my horse? The most common question we get on a day to day basis. We are here to answer all your hay questions. Hay is a crop that is grown specifically for the purpose of creating hay, unlike straw while straw is a by-product of different kinds of crops. Hay is...
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CONDITION: EGG BOUND Ouuuuch! Is your chook giving you a look that says “Human, something doesn’t feel right, please help!” If so, continue reading to see how you can help your chook. The description of a hen being ‘egg bound’ is often mentioned but is it really egg bound? Here’s how to find out, and...
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