Feed For All
Aspects of Life
Country Visions Lifestyle Feeds Specialists can help you keep your furry friends healthy and happy. Horses to hogs, dairy to dogs, finches to fish, chickens to cats, Country Visions has you covered! We offer a variety of products, including Purina, Buckeye and Tribute.
With multiple locations throughout Northeast Wisconsin we are equipped to meet your needs. Contact your local Lifestyle Feeds Nutritionist to learn more.
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Lifestyle Feed Team
Sarah Breuer is the Lifestyle Feed Specialist at Country Visions Cooperative. During her 14-year employment, Sarah’s role has consisted of on-farm animal nutrition consultations with producers on their production operations of dairy cattle, beef cattle, market/show livestock, horses, small livestock, and also companion animals.
Sarah has been a leader in directing feeding trials, feed and forage nutrition testing, and conducting educational events/meetings to bring information to producers. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Dairy Science and Soil Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Sarah and her husband, Brant, live in Marytown with their two daughters, Elizabeth (5) and Lydia (4).
In her spare time, Sarah loves to do activities with her family such as fishing and snowmobiling, painting ceramics, farming with her family, and caring for her flock of over 75 chickens.