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CN Sawdust and Feed

There is a new place in town to get your animal feed. CN Sawdust and Feed offers a complete line of animal feed, from Buckeye Nutrene, Triple Crown and Hamilton Feed.

The business, owned by Joel Nyenhuis, was established in 2006, but just recently moved to Cedar Springs, at 4031 Solon Rd. They offer equine, beef, dairy, chicken, rabbit, pet and exotic animal feeds, as well as pine shavings, pelleted animal bedding and paper shavings. They also offer bulk sawdust, kiln-dried pine and dried softweed shavings.

“We will deliver direct to your farm,” said Nyenhuis. They hope to eventually include a drive through service also.

To really give customers their money’s worth, they have a super sale every third Saturday of the month from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Currently they are open on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and every third Saturday 8-3. For more info call 616-430-1958.

Speedway temporarily closed for remodeling

Speedway, at 4060 17 Mile in Cedar Springs, temporarily closed this week for renovations. According to Cedar Springs City Manager Christine Burns, they will be expanding the parking lot, adding on to the west end of the building, replacing all the pumps, upgrading the exterior to a brick façade, putting in sidewalks, and a new dumpster enclosure. There will be no change, however, to the driveways. They expect to reopen by January 17.

Soul Infusions and Kin of Hope

Soul Infusions LLC will be moving to a home-based business as of December 1, and Kin of Hope Natural Health, located in the same building, will be expanding their business to include a tea shop that is dedicated to being wheat free, and dairy free.

According to Perry Hopkins, owner of Kin of Hope, he tea shop will offer a wide variety of teas, healthy and organic coffees, snacks, soups, sandwiches, books, cds, herbs, nutritional supplements, ear candles, essential oils, space for group meetings, scrap booking, tea parties and more. They will also be doing some renovations to the shop. The new name of the tea shop will be announced at a later date. At this time it will be operated under the name Kin of Hope Natural Health.

Laura Bonarski, owner of Soul Infusions, has joined Brittanie’s Thyme, and will be hosting demonstrations for products and at home parties for the company.

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