Luckey Farmers offers a wide variety of feed products for all of your animal’s needs. We supply a line of quality brands to keep your livestock and pets healthy and happy. Check out our Products page or stop by one of our feed centers today.

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We supply a line of quality brands to keep your livestock and pets healthy and happy.

 

Feed Locations

Stop by one of our Luckey Farmers feed centers for all of your feed needs.

 

Sales

We are committed to providing excellent products and superior service. Please feel free to contact your local Luckey Farmers feedcenter or feed salesman with questions.

 

Latest Feed Posts

Luckey Farmers is Proud to Support Youth Livestock Sales

Luckey Farmers is proud to support the youth in our community through livestock sales. We were able to support 4-H and FFA members at the Fulton, Henry, Ottawa, Lenawee, Lucas, Sandusky, Seneca, and Wood County fairs along with the Pemberville Free Fair. We realize...

Luckey Farmers Donates to Local Food Pantry

Every year 2-million Ohioans suffer from food insecurity. Those who are food insecure look to find food at their local shelters, food banks and other non-profit associations that offer food. Within those 2-million there are many families right here at home that are...

Luckey Farmers Cattle Meeting – March 13

Luckey Farmers is hosting a cattle mineral discussion on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at the General Office in Woodville. Dr. Patrick Gunn from Purina Animal Nutrition, along with Luckey Farmers Cattle Feed Representative, Taylor Kruse will lead a discussion on strategies...

Ohio Crop Progress Report – August 28, 2017

National corn crop rating was left unchanged this week at 62% good/excellent.  Corn doughing was pegged at 76% and denting was 29%, both behind their five year averages. The national corn crop rating was left unchanged this week at 62%...

Ohio Crop Progress Report – August 21, 2017

National corn crop rating was left unchanged this week at 62% good/excellent.  Corn doughing was pegged at 76% and denting was 29%, both behind their five year averages. National soybean rating was up one point on the week at 60% g/e.  Soybeans blooming...