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County Line Barn now offers tack, feed
Long Co. owners hold grand-opening ceremony to celebrate expansion
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From left: Long County Chamber of Commerce Director Charlotte McGinn, Treasurer Kathy Atkins, County Line Barn owners Rick and Karen Waters, chamber President-elect Gaynelle Garrison, Secretary Miriam Murray and Director Alice Manning participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday at the County Line Barn/Tack and Feed Store. - photo by Mikee Riddle

The County Line Barn/Tack and Feed Store held a grand-opening ceremony Saturday in Long County. Although the County Line Barn has been open for five years now, owners Karen and Rick Waters recently expanded the store into a tack and feed supplier in addition to the western shop.

“It’s always good when we have a new business open in Long County, but it is even better when we have one of our established businesses be able to expand and offer more to the county,” Long County Chamber of Commerce President-elect Gaynelle Garrison said.

Chamber members Miriam Murray, Kathy Atkins, Alice Manning and Charlotte McGinn also were on hand to celebrate the grand opening. During the event, the owners gave away T-shirts, hot dogs and cake and offered pony and horse rides for the kids.

The store now offers textured feeds, pelleted feeds, supplements, bales, Purina feed and Seminole feed, according to Karen Waters.

She said they will continue to furnish all products for western enthusiasts, including saddles, hats, shirts and jeans.

The County Line Barn/Tack and Feed Store is at 11801 Georgia Highway 196, just past the County Line Road intersection.
For more information, call 408-2276.

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