Our mission is to create an honest, caring and forthright business based on sound business practices and economic stability. Our promise to our customers is to provide interactive customer service by problem solving, keeping accurate purchase history and educating on current nutrition which allows the customer to keep owning their pet, horse, or livestock, affordable and realistic.

  • Welcome! Come on in and say "Hello!"
  • Check out the garden center!
  • Friendly staff just waiting to answer any questions you may have.
  • 4-legged family members welcome.
  • Turn in at the tractor for all your pet and garden needs.

Stop in and say “Hello!”

Look for the red tractor in front of our store.

4441 Main Street
Springfield, Oregon 97478
Phone: (541)726-2951
Fax: (541)726-4397





Here is an interesting event this weekend. Walk the Bridge of the Gods for a cause
For a peaceful half hour beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, the iconic Bridge of the

Gods connecting the PCT in Oregon and Washington will be closed to motorized traffic so pedestrians and bicyclists can celebrate its breathtaking views.

Explore what it's like to cross the bridge as a hiker on the Pacific Crest Trail. Celebrate the bi-state connection of Gorge communities and economies. Learn about the efforts to make the bridge safer for pedestrians, bikes, and horses.

In the heart of the Columbia River Gorge, hub of world-class hiking and bicycling, the

Bridge of the Gods sits at the convergence of The Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail, three National Historic Trails and the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.

The Bridge is a beautiful asset to residents and visitors alike.

At the same time, many long-distance hikers and equestrians refer to the bridge as the

most treacherous part of the PCT. Despite the fact that pedestrians, horses, bicyclists,

and even casual tourists are permitted on the bridge, there’s no shoulder. The narrow

lanes must be shared with constant two-way traffic.

A gorge-based coalition is working to identify options to improve the safety of non-motorized bridge users. The addition of a non-motorized pathway across the Bridge would radically transform the experience of countless cyclists, commuters, history buffs, photographers, students, families and sightseers.

The initial fundraising target is $18,000 for an engineering cost analysis. Contributions from four organizations currently $13,000. The coalition hopes to fill the $5,000 gap with a public awareness presentation and fundraiser during the bridge walk event. While enjoying the Gorge views from the Bridge Walk, visitors should consider donating a voluntary “walker bridge toll" toward long term safety efforts for non-motorized users.

The walk begins at 9 a.m. Meet earlier at the Bridge of the Gods PCT trailhead area, near the tollbooth. Park vehicles in the Marine Park or downtown Cascade Locks. Please, no pets. Use extreme caution with children. Following the Bridge Walk event, enjoy the PCT Days festival occurring on Thunder Island in the Marine
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