Fully assembled H&H Feed Mill from Woodland Scenics

Posted by Bob Keller
on Tuesday, May 09, 2017

The H&H Feed Mill is an impressive structure with amazing detail on the exterior (yes those are birds on the sign), and replicates scenes from a small town feed and seed store near you.

Just arriving at our office is the latest Built-&-Ready structure to arrive in stores is the no. BR5859 H&H Feed Mill. The fully assembled and decorated 1:48 scale structure models a rural farm supply shop. It has a long loading dock for rail service in the rear, a truck delivery dock in the front, and a pickup dock on the left side. There is also a silo with a movable grain chute. There is illumination for signage, the silo, and the interior for viewing the printed storefront. Add-on details include soda machines, pigeons, a water hose, and sacks of seed. The LED lighting was made for use with the JustPlug system. The building costs $249.99. See your hobby retailer or order online at www.woodlandscenics.com.

Details include signage, pop machines, a barrel of shovels, a scale, wall mounted thermometer, and a neat peek inside the store through the windows.

I thought the recessed delivery dock a unique feature. The driver better be careful or those stones of the foundation will leave their mark on the truck's paint!

Third shift workers will find plenty of illumination for safety and security.

Back up that pickup to the dock and load it before that thundetozrm hits!

The rail dock is ready for boxcars (note the pallet jack) or hoppers (the spout lowers with the touch of your finger).

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