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Back when America moved by horses instead of horsepower, the local feed mill was an important trackside business in towns of every size. Here, all types of grains were ground for animal feed, then bagged for easier handling and storage. They're still going strong in areas where livestock and dairy production requires a constant supply of feed. Others serve suburban customers with pet foods, bird food, lawn and garden supplies and more. This detailed model is complete with authentic "wooden" drop siding, a larger dust collector for the roof, rail and truck/wagon unloading docks and colorful decals.
Accessories such as figures, furniture, vehicles and trains are not included.