May 5, 2011

Watt St Feed & Supply, Chillicothe

Watt St Feed & Supply is your go-to place in Chillicothe for livestock feed and supplies.  Store owner Cathy Cobb provides service with a smile at her store located across from Greenlawn Cemetery.

(Photo by  Watt St Feed & Supply)

Cathy has owned Watt St Feed & Supply for six years and maintains the business herself, with a friend or family helping out occasionally.   Several brands of horse and chicken feed, as well as dog and cat food in several varieties are stacked within.  Watt St Feed & Supply has dog biscuits by the pound and products to control fleas and ticks on your pets.

If Cathy doesn't have what you need on hand, she's happy to order it for you.  With convenient drive-through service, your vehicle will be loaded for you so no need for any heavy lifting.

Convenient drive-through service
(photo by RCR)

Cathy provides the muscle ...

... with a smile

Cathy's knowledge of lawn and pasture care ranges from seeding through fertilizing, and her expertise is relied upon by the Chillicothe school system in the maintenance of their grounds.  In addition to grass seed and lawn supplies, she carries bush, pole and lima beans, cucumber, radish, zucchini, cauliflower and seed potatoes, to name just a few.

In need of a mouser?  Watt St Feed & Supply can fill that order too as there are usually a few extra cats hanging around in need of good homes.  No vermin on their watch!

(Photo by  Watt St Feed & Supply)

Part of the home-town charm at Watt St Feed & Supply is that Cathy provides personal service and knows her customers well.  When you walk through her door, she's likely to remember the type of feed you came to pick up - even if you don't!

Store hours are Mon-Fri 8:00 - 5:00 and Sat 8:00 - noon.  Call Watt St Feed and Supply at 740.774.1145 or stop by their page on Facebook.

I’ll be featuring 26 local Ohio businesses and attractions during May, starting with the letter Z on May 2 and working back to the letter A on May 30, while participating in the Z to A in May blogging challenge.


Tony Payne said...

Takes me back to when I was living in Northern Indiana.

Sandy said...

The picture of the cat....cracks me up. My SIL is always involved in rescues. Do they need any more kitties there?

Watt Street...had relatives who lived there, and have spent lots of time there at Greenlawn Cemetery. Most of my Mom's folks are buried there.

There's also a very interesting British Officer buried there beside the Soldiers Circle, as I recall.


Tamara McRill said...

That cat is hilarious! I love shopping at friendly local businesses.

pbquig said...

Wow this is so midwestern, I love it. Especially that you can get a free mouser. As a city girl I don't have a clue, but as someone who has had their own business I give her a thumbs up.

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Joyce Lansky said...

I found you for a second time with the Z-A Surprise me button. Never heard back from you about the Q in Ohio.


Florence said...

You can always count on Cathy for expert advice on feed , fertilizers and seed for my pasture. Plus it is always fun to stop on and visit for awhile and pet a cat or two.

Sandy said...

You've not been around in quite awhile, wondering if you're ok?