Arizona Feeds Country Stores are your one stop neighborhood shop for all your horse and pet feeds and products. The original Arizona Feeds Country Stores were known for their own Arizona Feeds brand horse feed and have been in the Tucson area for decades. With a change in ownership in 2008, two stores remain in Tucson which are now independently owned and operated.
In the spirit of Arizona Feeds Country Stores tradition we still carry everything you need for your horse, but have also incorporated a full line of animal and pet products. And if we don’t have what you’re looking for, just ask. We may be able to special order it for you. Along with a large variety of product choices, our knowledgeable staff is here to answer all your pet questions.
Our larger North store location is on the southeast corner of I-10 & Ruthrauff. You’ll find a large selection of feed and products for your animals – large or small.
Our other store is in the heart of South Tucson just 2 minutes off the I-10 on 6th Avenue. Recently remodeled and looking great this store is know as your one stop poultry shop, but have been expanding equine products and other product lines to now be your one stop animal shop. Come check us out, we think you will be pleasantly surprised!
What others are saying about us…..
2013 – July
North Arizona Feeds Country Store has been recognized with the coveted Land O’Lakes Purina Feed Chow Honor Council (CHC) award for achievement and growth among local feed dealers.
Each year, the Chow Honor Council recognizes established feed dealers and cooperatives that have shown an increase in sales and achieved growth within their market territory.
2012 - September
Tucson Weekly said the South Store was the “Best Shopping for Your Yard”
2012 - July
EasyCare featured us as “Dealer of the Month”
Kate from Tucson said about the South Store on 12/17/12:
“This store is run from the heart. They are so generous and helpful. They don’t appear to be motivated by money. One really feels that the personnel truly want you to be happy and they care about the welfare of their animals. They have given me nice hay, excellent advice, offered to take back chicks that turned into roosters and dropped of my guinea pig hutch when it wouldn’t fit in my car.”