Black Creek Farm & Feed carries an array of feeds for livestock, horses, poultry, and domestic animals. All bagged feed products are vegetable based and free of animal by-products.
We carry GMO-free poultry feeds, for those seeking organic feeds.
Ask about our “stage” feeds for dogs and horses—feeds designed for the unique nutritional needs of animals at certain stages of life.
Yesterday Tom (I better have his name right…) helped me solve a problem I was having with hog nipples. He is very knowledgeable and took the time to make sure I went off with a solution that worked. I’ve interacted with him over the years and he’s always been helpful (as have all the staff) and his experience being a farmer himself is invaluable.
I wish I was closer to BCFF so I could patronize the store more often.
Great customer service always, informed, helpful & will take the time to go over your gardening, animal or Reno ideas to make sure you get what you need!!
Friendly and helpful staff and everything you need in a farm and feed store. They also have a really good little garden centre and a good hardware department with most things you might need for your home projects.
Have everything we need for our hobby farm, or will find it! They have amazing staff, that are always a wealth of information & happy to help! ;D
The staff were all very friendly and helpful when we stopped in on Saturday afternoon. The lady in the nursery/plants area outside was extremely helpful. If you have any questions or need plants or trees, go see her! Thanx.
Awesome customer service tonight! Thank you very much Tom!!
What a great local business. Much better than the big box stores. They carry what you need, not what you want. We were at Cabela’s in Nanaimo looking for Christmas gifts for our boys. It turns out Black Creek had the perfect camo hunting blind chair. Cabela’s didn’t! Ha! Love it.
I love this store. Thanks Steve for the hay delivery. You guys are the best!
It was nice meeting you today Diane. Thanks for being so helpful for feed and food for my goats and dogs! The Campbell River Cheese lady