Stores in: Fallbrook • Escondido • Santee


Feed & Homestead Supply

Stores in: Fallbrook • Escondido • Santee


We deliver 7 days a week. Most deliveries of pet feed and products are free (restrictions apply). Baled feed is low to no cost depending on size of delivery and distance to customer location.

Health and Safety Guidelines:

Our Driver will gladly deliver and stack your product up to 8 feet from where the truck bed can clearly access, and up to 4 bales high. If your facility requires further, higher, up or down hill; you have the choice of either a person on site to assist, or a second delivery person and extra equipment fees.

Our staff is happy to do a free onsite feed storage consultation, as part of our service commitment.

Return Policy

In order to best suit your needs, we now have a return policy. Let us know if you have any questions!

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Store Pickup

Please call ahead and we will have your order ready for you when you arrive.  Ring us again and we will bring your order to your vehicle with very low exposure. 

Quality products

Fair prices

Homespun service

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A special message from Hawthorne Country Store

Hawthorne Country Store wishes to acknowledge the land we live and work on with its origins tied to the indigenous community. In our area, Luiseon and Kumeyaay peoples remain within their traditional territories. We honor their heritage and acknowledge their ongoing trauma, recognizing we benefit from the colonization of these territories.