Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center stocks high-quality feed for all kinds of animals, large and small.


Scratch and Peck FeedsScratch and Peck Feeds
Poultry, goat, sheep, pig; whole grains, garden products, animal supplements.Scratch and Peck uses naturally grown, non-GMO whole grains. Their feeds are 100% soy-free. They have corn-free feed, too.

“We buy whole grains grown sustainably right here
in Washington and the Pacific NW direct from the
farmers who grow them.... Our feeds are made
from whole grains left in their naturally nutritious
state instead of 'cooked' into pellets.”
Payback LogoPayback
Beef, dairy, swine, poultry, equine, sheep, goat; show feeds, organic feeds and specialty feeds. Payback supplies operations of all sizes, from fully integrated ranchers to “country lifestylers.”

“Every product in the Payback line is carefully
formulated with the highest quality ingredients and
all the essentials to improve your animals’ health,
performance and production. It’s dependable,
hardworking feed that gives each animal what it
needs, but nothing more.”
Royal CaninRoyal Canin
Dog, cat.
Canin uses a science-based, animal-first approach, making carefully informed choices in their kibble recipes.

“Our philosophy of knowledge and respect
translates into the very best nutrition for your
animals – nutrition that doesn’t just meet your
animals’ needs, but also contributes to their
longevity and wellbeing.”
Nutrisource LogoNutrisource
Dog, cat; grain-free, canned.
Sound nutrition, extensive research, quality testing. Many of the ingredients they use are purchased from local growers.

“We test the ingredients and the finished
products to make sure they are wholesome,
nutritious and tasty, and to make sure the products
meet the guaranteed analysis on each package.
We test our products to assure ourselves that real
life pets find them tasty and, in fact, do thrive on
our foods.”


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We sell beef. 100% pastured.

We sell beef. 100% pastured. Ask for details.

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