I love good, old-fashioned feed stores.
They have a great history with GardenLine, going back to the time before GardenLine was GardenLine. Originally – in the ‘60s and ‘70s - it was a KTRH farm-and-ranch show. And with my years at Texas A&M’s College of Agriculture, it’s fair to say I’ve seen plenty of feed stores in my day. But, I don’t think I’ve ever seen one as neat, clean and well-organized as Spring Creek Feed Center in Magnolia. And from my perspective as a consumer, one thing that has always stood out for me at Spring Creek Feed (also known as America’s Country Store), is just how friendly and helpful the staff is.
When they first opened over a decade ago at 26211 FM 2978, I was excited that there was finally a major feed store to serve the Magnolia area, including the growing communities north of Tomball and the west side of The Woodlands. And I’ve been impressed with how they’ve gone out of their way to meet the needs of all the gardeners in that region, too. They’ve done a remarkable job of offering a variety of supplies to help any lawn, garden or pasture be healthy and looking its best. Their selection includes both organic and synthetic herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, and preventative care for all plants, plus a full line of mulches, composts and soil amendments.
This is also a genuine feed store, through and through. You name an animal, and they have food for it. So they can help with livestock, pets, horses, and show projects. I’ve even seen their shelves stocked with primate food, just in case you take care of monkeys or apes!
But since Spring Creek is far more than just a feed store, they also offer seasonal and year-round home décor and great gifts. With specials running every week, Spring Creek Feed is bound to have a deal for you.
And let me get back to the friendly and knowledgeable staff. You are invited to bring in questions on anything from animal feed to lawn food … they will help you get the product you need to meet your goals, with customer service second to none.
And get this! With their local delivery options, you won’t have to haul off 20 bags of horse feed in the family sedan.
So, if you live anywhere near Magnolia, or if you’re a homeowner in Tomball or just west of The Woodlands with no animals to feed but a landscape to take care of, please check out Spring Creek Feed Center. They’re open 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sundays.
And be sure to check www.springcreekfeed.com from month to month, because they always offer a wide array of specials and sale prices. You’ll also find military, senior, 4-H and FFA discounts available.