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Old 07-02-2015, 10:14 AM   #1
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Tractor Supply coming to town


Store opening in a couple of months in my town.

Never even set foot in one of their stores before.

Is this a big deal or ho-hum.

Our town already has Big Orange Box, Ace and True Value.

Any feedback on TS?
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Old 07-02-2015, 10:38 AM   #2
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My experience with them is good. A bit pricey on some items and good discounts on others.
Work clothes to welding supplies and various animal feeds. I shop the new one in my locale fairly regularly.

Go check them out, I think you will like what you find.

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Old 07-02-2015, 11:29 AM   #3
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That's where we bought our granddaughter's little pink boots for her trip to our step daughter's farm. She said "Grandma, I don't have any boots!"
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Old 07-02-2015, 12:11 PM   #4
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I bet Grandpa is poppin a few buttons off his shirt over that little cutey, aren't grandkids...well... grand. You have a beautiful family MT, nothing beats the country life also.

We have a Tractor Supply here, they do have a good selection of things.
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My TS store has BEST selection of bird feeders and outdoor things I need like galvanized cans for feed, etc. lots of nice outdoor decorations. Handy things too.
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They sell hardware (nuts, bolts, screws) by the pound. A lot cheaper than buying in little plastic bags.
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Just bought some D rings and a spare tire and rim for my new trailer, some heavy duty lopers.
Always buying latch pins and other hardware there.
Furniture, clothes, shoes and boots, power tools, trailer parts, pet food, lawn equipment, interesting place.
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TS is a good store but in my area RURAL KING is taking over with better prices and better overall selection of items.
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I like the quality of most items I buy at TS. Much better than the Orange aprons and blue vests. Still not as good as some really good locals on select items .
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I have one less then a mile from my house, and big orange and blue are 7 miles.
They carry a wide variety of stuff, but miss out lots of things that you would expect them to have.
i thing that stand out in my mind is no 10/32 screws.
They have 10/24. It sucked to have to drive seven miles to buy some.

They also have a low cost vet clinic on most weekends.
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Not a money saving type store, but have a great selection of more industrial type items you would have to special order at the big box stores.

Look for their black friday ad and order the things on line to pu in the store. Great deals, including a great gas pressure washer . (Have the same pressure washer each year for $299 that HD sells for $459)
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