Feed and seed stores were found in communities large and small, and many are still in operation today. In rural areas they also sell a wide range of items for use around area farms and ranches such as fencing, pesticides, herbicides, feeders, water troughs and more. In larger cities they handle mostly lawn and garden supplies and pet foods. Larger shipments and bagged feed and seed would have arrived by rail just a few years ago. This structure could easily be used as a warehouse or freight depot too._ The precision fit tab and slot walls in this laser-cut wood kit feature laser-etched vertical planks with nail holes, knots and imperfections. The laser-etched porch floor has random length boards with nail holes. Laser cut door trim, window trim and corner trim feature peel-n-stick adhesive for easier assembly. Windows may be installed open or closed.
The laser-etched loading dock also has random length boards with nail holes, and can be built on either side of the main building.
Laser cut handrails, stairs and a stair assembly jig, along with laser-cut peel-n-stick pre-weathered corrugated roofing and a rooftop sign are all included. Other details include a cast metal smoke jack, laser-cut pallets, laser-cut eave brackets, soda machine and feed sacks. Numerous feed store signs, along with signs for a warehouse or freight station are also provided.