New Year, New Deals

Jan 01, 2022

New Year, New Deals
Hello January! As we close out 2021, we welcome on members of the former CHS-Larsen Cooperative team. With the acquisition of another cooperative, brought another country store located in New London into our mix. 2022 brings a fresh start for everyone.

With the winter weather in full swing, we want to make sure EVERYONE stays safe, including your pets. We now have PET FRIENDLY SALT available at all our country store locations. The varieties and sizes may vary based on location.
This month ONLY when you buy any size or variety bag of Exclusive Signature Dog Food you will receive one FREE bag of Comfort Care Snacks! You may receive one free bag per transaction, while the Comfort Care Snacks last.
GOT DUCKS? Did you know that we sell duck feed at all our Country Visions Country Store locations? Stop in to learn more and pick up a bag today!
January 24, 2022 is National Peanut Butter Day and we are celebrating. Solve the riddle at any of our convenience or country store locations to enter for your chance to WIN a gift certificate. You may enter to win January 17-23, 2022. All correct answers will be put in a drawing to determine the winner. Winner to be picked on January 24, 2022. One winner will be picked per location (9 winners). Good luck!
Country Visions Cooperative wishes you and your family a very prosperous and joyful 2022!

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Dec 05, 2023
Let the holiday season begin!
You can feel the magic in the air this time of year.
Speaking of time, make sure you spend some time shopping our Country Visions Country Stores this holiday season. 
Oct 25, 2023
We want to thank our customers and welcome everyone to attend Purina FlockTober during the week of October 22, 2023 at our Country Visions Country Stores.  Stop in for Snacks N Chats-Round Table Style. Enjoy some snacks and learn about transitioning your chickens to the next stage-EGG PRODUCTION.  Take advantage of the savings on Purina Layena products.
Aug 01, 2023
It has been hot and dry, so, we will welcome any rain we can get.  According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the term “Dog Days” traditionally refers to a particularly hot and humid period occurring during the summer months of July and August in the Northern Hemisphere.