4 D Acres

  (Louisburg, Kansas)
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This Isn’t Just Any Dog and Pony Show

If you were to have a dog and pony show – a travelling circus in the late 19th, early 20thcenturies – you’d want your dogs and ponies to be in tip top shape! 4 D Acres can help! It’s no dog trick that you can keep your pet’s coat shiny and healthy by adding emu oil to their diet with just a few drops in their food. The rich emollients in the emu oil also help restore the beauty to their hair when added to your favorite pet shampoo. If your pet has had a real dog day and injured itself, the transdermal properties of the emu oil speed healing and aids in reduced scarring. See what this dog lover has to say about Rusty's Refined Emu Oil.
Our dog ZAPATO is a large black and silver German Shepherd and Lab mix. We were told she was allergic to the saliva in flea bites, so every time she was bitten it caused a large red bump. Her vet put her on medication for 2 months and finally the bumps were gone. But then we had another problem, the medication had left her skin dry as toast, and she had huge white flakes in her fur. It looked like a very bad case of dandruff. What her vet sold me didn't work, and the biting and scratching got worst. Then I remembered buying Rusty's Refined Emu Oil and started using it on her problem areas. It calmed her skin down immediately and gave her much needed relief. Now after 3 weeks here dry skin condition is gone and so are the white flakes. ZAPATO's coat feel like silk and is in beautiful condition. I used a small amount of oil and rubbed it in with my fingers by giving her a puppy massage. Thank you Rusty and Mike - CL & ZAPATO TOO Merriam KS
We’re not horsing around with your ponies either. Does your equine have cracked hooves or open wounds from fences or equipment? Equine Aid is a deep penetrating, non-irritating, highly moisturizing, all natural nutritional supplement to the skin. Keep one in your first aid kit. Don’t take it from us. Check out this reviews by some of our faithful customers.
At the Farm and Ranch Show this week I learned for the first time of emu oil, and the benefits it can have for cuts on horses. I decided to buy some to have on hand, just in case. Unbelievably enough this very Friday our 8 month old filly didn't like that we moved her mother to another location. One of the benefits for doing this was to try to wean the filly. But she panicked tonight and jumped the neighbor's fence that is chain link with a hot wire and barbed wire on top. She received about 6 different very large gashes across her chest and above her leg. I called our vet but could not get a hold of anyone. I thought of the emu oil that I had just purchased. I applied it with a Q-tip, but I wanted to confirm are we supposed to do anything else besides apply it twice a day? How much of it are we supposed to try and get into or onto the cuts? The timing of all this I whole heart believe it's nothing short of a miracle. The Lord's guidance was definitely involved in the decision to purchase the Equine Aide. Thank You, - I. B. Wichita, Kansas
  Just when you thought the show was over:  
I want to thank you for letting me know that the Emu Oil would be safe in treating my cat (Angel's) wound. She was hurt and I found out late in the evening. I noticed she had a lump on her side, when I went to investigate the wound erupted. I cleaned her up and she was not happy. After calling you I put Emu Oil on the wound and the next morning it was healed. What a miracle. I was already convinced you have a great product, but after this it was confirmed beyond belief. I saved a lot of money and worry by using the (Emu) oil and it was easier on Angel. She is not fond of the ride to the vet. Thank you! so so much! - S.T. Shawnee, KS
  So whether you have dogs or ponies or a herd of cats, consider 4 D Acres Emu Oil Products for your pets. Rusty's Refined Emu Oil and Equine Aid are grade B oil, which means that it is refined but does not meet the international trade rules for a grade A oil. Perfect for animal use.

Care of Emu Oil

Care of Emu Oil

How best to care for my emu oil is a question I receive a lot of time while selling at shows. 4 D Acres Pure Refined Emu Oil has a shelf life of 2 - 3 years from the date of refining at normal room temperature. We keep records of when each batch is refined and a batch number is printed on each bottle. Also when we receive a batch of emu oil in from our refinery we refrigerate it, thus extending the life of the oil. We also only keep about a 30 day supply of emu oil on our shelves for retail sale. Refrigeration slows down the natural process of the oil turning rancid. All emu oil will eventually turn rancid and this is detectable by the odor it will have upon opening the bottle. We also do not fragrance our oil as we want you to know when it is turning rancid. Emu oil should not have an odor unless a fragrance is added.
So how can you best take care of your bottle of emu oil. Here are a few suggestions:

Keep out of direct sunlight

Store your oil away from heat sources

If you buy a large quantity, transfer a small amount into a smaller size bottle for daily use and place the remainder under refrigeration - to reliquefy, just warm the large bottle under warm tap water and it will become fluid again allowing you to refill the smaller bottle.

Buy your oil from a reputable source and know what you are buying. There are currently three grades of emu oil on the market today. Grade A - fully refined and meets the international trade rules for Grade A oil; Grade B - this oil is refined but does not meet all of the international trade rules; Grade C - crude emu oil unrefined (usually used in the making of homemade soap).

4 D Acres Fully Refined Emu Oil is refined in an edible oil, food grade refinery so it is safe to use anywhere on your body. This is Grade A emu oil.

Rusty's Refined Emu Oil and Equine Aide are Grade B emu oil and are for animal use.

Our handmade bar soap is made with Grade C emu oil and is sold for home soapmaker.

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