You Buy It, We Load It


We thought this looked like a great weekend meal! It’s light and looks pretty simple to make! Enjoy!

Made Marshall


1 2oz boneless skinless chicken breast – 65 cal. (4oz – 120 cal.)

1 Van Der Kamp whole wheat hamburger bun – 75 cal.

  • 1 Van Der Kamp white hamburger bun – 125 cal.

1 tbsp. Moorehouse spicy mustard – 0 cal.

  • 1tbsp. Best Foods mayonnaise – 90 cal.
  • 1 tbsp. Miracle Whip mayonnaise substitute – 36 cal.

2 1/4″ thick Tomato slices – 8 cal.

1 leaf of Romaine Lettuce – 2 cal.

1/2 tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil – 50 cal.

1/8 cup sauté White Mushrooms – 20 cal.

1 slice of Kraft American Cheese slice (optional) – 70 cal.

Shake of Salt and Pepper – 0 cal.

Pinch of Mixed Seasoning (i.e. Italian, Gourmét Bouquet, etc…) – 0 cal.

Non-stick Frying Pan, Butter Knife, Spatula, Spoon with Holes (for draining oil)


(Step 1) Slice up 1/8 of White Mushrooms (adds up to about 3-4…

View original post 326 more words


We don’t often blog about cats here on Pine Counrty Feed but we thought this blog was cute! Enjoy!

Then there is This

PIne Country FeedWarm weather is the call of the day – the time when faces turn to the sun and hearts to the carefree days of late spring.  Coffee on the porch in the early morning, a mid afternoon venture through the back pasture astride the mare that always knows just how you feel, the first taste of quiet, breezy evenings when the sun seems reluctant to sink behind the hills.  We are determined this year to experience the moments instead of the seasons, to relish the whispers and cling to the reminders that life is a fleeting fancy that should be treasured for its possibilities.  We are blessed with the wealth of family and friends and the joy of today and we wish all of you the wonder and warmth of the late, sweet spring.

Little Yellow Wonder

A day-old chick

Image via Wikipedia

It’s that time of year again when all hearts look forward with anticipation to chick days at Pine Country Feed.  Mark your calendars for April 13th – 15th, when the cheeping of the little yellow balls of fuzz will once again fill the air giving quick thinking individuals the chance to own a little piece of the farm – the egg producing part.  Let us warn you that last year all of the cutest chicks were gone within a couple hours, and they were all pretty cute, so don’t delay.  So set your clock and sweep out your coop – chick days at Pine Country Feed are about to hatch!

Uncommon Friendship

tack and feed stores in colorado



Scent of a friend.

A Stitch in Time

In 1873, immigrants David Jacobs and Levi Strauss, combined their talents and resources and came up with a new phenomenon, called Waist Overhalls, more commonly known as jeans.  From this first creation of denim thread and metal rivets, the single most popular clothing item in the history the world has taken shape, and variations are endless.  Brilliant because of their durability and style, practical because they last forever and get the job done, jeans are synonymous with hard work and high fashion all at the same time.  When women finally started wearing “trousers” in the forties and then “slacks” in the fifties, a proper pair of women’s jeans weren’t far behind.  Cowgirl Tough Jeans have taken the jean world by storm, doing their well-fitting best to make women’s legs look longer, behinds firmer, and all with a sense of wild west chic.  Pine Country Feed has the good sense to carry a product that goes so far in making women’s fashion about comfort, style and ease of care.  Proud to carry the Cowgirl Tough brand, Pine Country is the place you’ll find a treasure around every corner.

Kick it Up

How about taking some of that Wild West ingenuity and spicing up the office – the place where the same work gets done every day and the brain begins to atrophy.  We are told that the office requires professionalism and it does, but professional does not need to be synonymous with a “gee, I hope the parole board grants me an early release”.  There is no place where the manifestation of your personality is more important than in your office, because remember, you weren’t hired to fill a chair, or because you were exactly like the person they just got rid of.  They saw a spark in you, and you need to fan that ember into a nice warm fire that tells the people you work with that things are going to happen when you’re in the room, so they just better get ready.  Hang cowboy hats on the coat rack, and wear one from time to time, put a painting of a horse in a full out run on the wall opposite your desk.  It will remind you that there is life out there waiting for you.  Hang spurs on the doorknob and throw an Indian blanket over the leather side chair.  If someone questions whether or not you are behaving in a professional manner, explain that you absolutely are – a professional cowgirl.