Category: Lawn & Agriculture | Issue: November 2019
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For the past 40 years, Stillwater Milling Company Agri-Center has provided farmers, gardeners, and those needing a little help to green their thumb with the resources they need for whatever sizes projects they have in mind – and store manager Alan Schroeder has been there from the very beginning. Whether you’re a casual gardener or regard yourself as a serious horticulturist, Stillwater Milling in Claremore wants to help you achieve your goals. Stillwater Milling has seeds available beginning in late January, with a greenhouse set up in March to offer a variety of plants. Ultimately, Schroeder said he and his employees welcome questions from the public about gardening, lawn care or any other agricultural need. “We’ve got a lot to offer here – we’ve got a lot of feed, we’re strong in ag fencing, feeders, farm supplies, and we have several people on staff who can answer most questions people might have for us – that’s something that’s getting to be more and more rare, these days,” he said. “As to what might separate us from our competitors, I’m not sure, but I’ve been honest with people throughout the years and people have come to trust me, to trust us, for that.” Stillwater Milling has seeds available beginning in late January, with a greenhouse set up in March to offer a variety of plants. Although Schroeder said Stillwater Milling doesn’t offer a large assortment seed for pastures, clover and fescue typically are the seeds of choice for those wanting to grow and bail their own hay. Ultimately, Schroeder said he and his employees welcome questions from the public about gardening, lawn care or any other agricultural need. Stillwater Milling’s inventory includes feeding equipment, livestock panels, chutes and systems, and gates. They also carry stock tanks, round bale feeders and feed bunks. If you’re looking for great-looking work and casual clothing, you’ll find many popular brand names at Stillwater Milling – Wrangler, Carhartt, Key, Cinch, Cruel Girl and Roper. In addition, they carry Red Wing, Georgia, Muck, Rocky and LaCrosse boots. Also available is a large selection of work gloves in multiple sizes. They also offer electric fence chargers and pump sprayers – from small to those large enough to service hundreds of acres. For more information, contact Schroeder or any of the staff at Stillwater Milling Company. Their hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, or 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.