Spring is Coming…Is Your Small Engine Ready?
Do you know why you need to look at giving your small engines a tune up now vs. in the spring? It’s simple …convenience, and time. If you take your lawn mower into a small engine mechanic in the spring you will be fighting the hoards of other procrastinators. Taking it in now, you won’t […]Read More >>
Winterizing Your Small Engines – Tips from Legacy Feed & Fuel
As summer winds down, now is the time to begin planning for the colder months ahead. One of the most important tasks is “winterizing” your small engines. Proper storage is important since many of these engines won’t be used again for months. Taking a few important steps now will ensure your important equipment stays healthy […]Read More >>
Questions to Ask Your Small Engine Repair Shop
Questions to Ask Your Small Engine Repair Shop If you’re like most Americans, you likely have more than a few small engines that you depend on for work, fun and/or convenience. Whether it’s a chainsaw that you use every year for firewood or your weekend lawnmower, keeping these engines running at peak performance is important! […]Read More >>
Spring Small Engine Maintenance: Get Ready for Summer!
Spring is here and that means it’s time to break out our small engines that have been sitting quietly all winter. From lawn mowers to weed eaters and everything in between, if it has a small engine, there are a few steps you’ll want to take before firing them up for a long hot season […]Read More >>
Premium Pet Foods: 3 Reasons Why They Make Sense for Your Cat and Dog!
There are many options when it comes time to feed your furry friends. You can choose to go with an economy brand dog food, a middle-of-the-road food, or you can choose a premium pet food. There can be significant differences in cost between the three. The questions remain, which is the best food for my […]Read More >>