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Member spotlight: Stampede Feed & Seed

Gabi Kautz, communications and marketing assistant, GINCC

Stampede Feed & Seed is a local family owned business conveniently located in Ishpeming at 604 Lakeshore Drive, just off the highway. They carry everything a pet owner would need, from animal feeds to work boots to equine supplies!

Whether you own a dog, cat, bird, horse, pig, chicken, cow, etc., Stampede is your one-stop shop for food and equipment. They offer dog and cat food, bird feeders and seed, livestock feed, and even specialty food such as the local Dr. Tim’s Pet Food and Nutri Source Pet Food. For your chicks and chickens, they have mealworms, oyster shell, grit and feeds, electric heaters, bases, bedding and feeders.

You don’t just feed your pets, you have to be active in taking care of them too. Stampede offers all of the pet health care items and supplements that you need to keep them healthy and living their best lives. Travel accessories are available to make traveling more enjoyable for you and your pet.

If you are a horse-owner, be sure to check out Stampede’s ample supply of EquiShine products! They also carry hay and bedding.

What more could you need!

If you’re a hunter, this is also a great stop for you as you prepare for the season. Stampede can provide you with all your food plot seed, pelletized lime, minerals, and attractants that you may need. Earthblinds are available in two sizes, Rifle or Bow.

There are even storage units available for rent through Stampede. For $75, you can rent a 9×20 heated storage unit. Call owner Bob at 906-362-8058 for more information.

Find Stampede Feed & Seed on Facebook at Facebook.com/stampedefeedstore and give them a like so you can stay up to date with all of the sales and specials they offer! If you have any kind of pet, stop in to Stampede as you are sure to find the items you need.

You might even find items that you never knew you needed!

EDITOR’S NOTE: Gabi Kautz is the communications and marketing assistant for GINCC. She currently resides in Ishpeming with her parents, Cathy and Claude Kautz. She enjoys traveling, yoga and photography.