Highland Feed has been a part of downtown Highland for over 100 years and this wonderful historic place filled with so many memories recently burned down.
From the smell of sawdust shavings, worn leather, and sweet feed to the sight of shiny new plastic pitch forks, brightly colored halters, and the boundless array of country knick knacks, Highland Feed is nothing less than an icon in the local community.
Whether you are from down the street or across the country, each person to walk in the door is greeted with a neighborly hello and directed to the freshly baked homemade cookies on the counter. THIS is country living. THIS is going that extra mile. THIS is community. And THAT is what we are about supporting. You may not live on a farm, you may not have never stepped foot in a feed store, and heard the determined footsteps of cowboy boots on well worn wooden planks but we feel that, as part of this great community, it's our responsibility to extend a hand to help our neighbors in need, and we do so with pride.
We want to thank you for being an amazing part of our community and cheers to a brand new you! We look forward to Debbie's famous homemade cookies every Saturday at your new location, it's tradition you know!
Draught Horse Brewery is donating $5 for every annual mug club purchased and $10 for every lifetime mug club purchased now through October. Mug Clubs can be purchased on our website in the shop.