They have rabbit supplies and pine bedding, (not photographed), and small bales of hay and straw.
They sell coop kits for $175, that only take a little assembly.
They have a swell chicken yard with a large coop and dry run,
and three friendly ladies, who were busy when I took this picture, but came over to see what was shakin' while I was there.
I was very glad to see organic fertilizers (I bought two different kinds of fertilizer with mycorrhizal fungus and humic acid) and even more glad to see bulk soil amendments, like bone and blood meal, and rock phosphate. I bought some bone meal, since things are pretty young right now, but now I know where to go for the rock phosphate I'll want to add later when I plant the beds. Rock phosphate is important for making fruits and vegetables taste even better.
There were lots of different seed stands- one that had quite beautiful antique pictures and print for the heirloom seeds inside the packets, and fun posters and feed sacks on the walls.
I really liked the place. I think the only thing that they might think about adding are some tools (trowel, shovels, hoes, manure forks, and the like), a collection of work gloves, and possibly wheelbarrows and garden carts. Maybe some of those stool things for geezers to sit on while they weed - don't worry, I'm one of them and I'm going to buy one this year! They might also think about drip irrigation gear. I realize that a lot of this stuff can be had from the large mega-hardware store outfits, but it would be convenient for city folk to find this stuff there.
All in all, a great way to spend a half hour, and I know I'll be back. Maybe for chicks, who knows?