We are a locally owned and operated feed manufacturer and retailer of high quality feed and animal supplies. We specialize in poultry and poultry supplies, and we are a Certified Purina Expert Feed Dealer. We pride ourselves on offering the best and friendliest service in Fort Collins and surrounding areas. Our goal has always been to provide quick and reliable customer service without pushing people out the door. We are happy to sit down with you and answer any questions you may have, from feed questions to solving problems that occur in our field. We still load-out our customers, as well as make deliveries and custom blends and we greet you when you walk in the door.
Dennis has owned Northern Colorado Feeders Supply since 1972. Born in Chicago, Illinois he moved from Florida to Colorado where he attended Colorado State University, graduating with a degree in Avian Science. He married and had two daughters, Kimberly Widhalm (Nater), a UNC grad with a teaching degree, and Danielle (Scrivner) Nater, who currently runs the store. He worked very hard for many years, and while he is semi-retired, he still comes in daily and hangs out with his daughter and the customers when he isn’t vacationing in Florida. With his charming wit and soap-box speeches, he has become a sort of legend in the community, greeting customers by name and teaching his employees how to make the best of themselves.
Danielle is the youngest daughter of owner Dennis, and is graduate of Colorado State University with a degree in Communications and Business. She has been with the company since birth, and is second generation running the business. For the past 10 years, Danielle has been running the feed store full time. Danielle, along with her father, is the resident chicken expert and does the special ordering. She also loves animals, and had worked for a local vet for 18 years. Currently, she has her own little farm with 7 dogs, 2 horses, a pony, a donkey, 3 Zebu bulls and well over 100 of her own chickens. She goes to Purina trainings multiple times a year and continues to educate herself on the latest science in feed and poultry. She married in 2012 and has a young son named Dominic, who wants to work at the feed store one day.