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Cold Weather Supplies - Tractor Supply Co.

Cold Weather Supplies From Tractor Supply Co.

When temperatures drop, stay warm with essential cold weather gear from Tractor Supply. Shop the best brands of insulated clothing, outerwear and footwear to keep you comfortable on the farm, to the garage and beyond. 

Find the perfect portable heater, or heat your entire house with a wood pellet stove. Tractor supply carries a wide variety of heaters and heating supplies. 

When snow runs deep, dig out with powerful snow blowers and quality shovels. Stock up on winter vehicle supplies to keep your engine running. 

And, of course, we have everything you need to care for your dogs, cats, horses, chickens, and every other critter that makes its home in your home. We carry the feed, supplements, blankets & beds your furry & feathered friends will need. 

Cold Weather Products

Winterize your Power Equipment

Power equipment, such as lawn mowers, tillers, and chippers require additional winter preparations. Always refer to the owner's manual for specific information. However, in general, the following steps can be taken to winterize lawnmowers.

Wipe the equipment to remove collected grease, dirt, and plant material. Theoretically, this should be done after each use. Tighten loose screws and nuts.

Sharpen cutting edges and wipe with an oily rag if this wasn't done earlier. If your equipment has a four-cycle engine, change the oil by following instructions listed in your owner's manual.

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Winter Animal Care

Make sure your animals are ready for winter.

How To Prepare Your Chickens For Winter

With a few easy steps, keeping your chickens healthy during the winter can be accomplished and may even reward you with egg-production year-round. When preparing your chickens for cold weather, some areas to consider include lighting, heating, proper air flow in their coop, water and feedings.

Obviously, the best time to prepare for winter is during the late summer or fall, as winter can be a very miserable time for your birds. Of course, some breeds are hardier than others, but, typically, all birds will need some extra protection as those chilly months draw in.

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Winter Livestock Feeding

Each winter, animals grow a longer, thicker hair coat to insulate themselves, keeping body heat in and cold out. To create more body warmth in freezing temperatures, they need more "fuel," which means more feed.

Cold weather increases appetite because every animal needs more calories to produce body heat. The extra feed should be provided in a way best used by the animal.

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Horse Hydration

Keep your horse's digestive system healthy by warming his drinking water in winter.

Horses generally drink less water in cold weather than in summer, partly because they're not sweating and needing to replace that fluid. They also don't feel like drinking when they're cold — especially if the water is cold, chilling them more.

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Home Heating Tips

Preparation now will lead to warmth and comfort this winter.

How To Select a Heating System

There are many types of home heating systems that you can choose from. Your choice will depend on a number of factors, including the price of different types of fuel in your area, the age of your home, and your budget.

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Chimney Maintenance

Though your chimney seems solid as a rock or as strong as steel, weather and use will take a toll, so it's important to watch for signs of wear and repair them quickly.

Regardless of what kind of chimney you have — masonry or metal (also called a stovepipe chimney) — it must be cleaned regularly to work efficiently and remain safe.

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How To Stop Energy Leaks In Your Home

Take steps this winter to keep warm air in, cold air out. Some houses secretly seep energy, causing energy bills to rise as winter temperatures tumble.

The solution seems straightforward: a perfectly sealed home to keep the warm air in and the cool air out. Reality, though, rarely proves so simple.

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Heating Video

Learn more about heating and maintenance by watching our heating and woodcutting videos.

Cold Weather Recipes

Butternut Squash Soup

Submitted by Kelly Jo Klimkewicz, Jeromesville, OH

"This is a very tasty recipe that soothes the fall and winter blues," writes Kelly Jo. "It's a big hit at my fall birthday parties."



  • 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 3 medium-sized squash or 3 10-oz. packages frozen squash, thawed
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 1 tsp. minced garlic
  • ½ tsp. ground allspice
  • 2-14 ½-ounce cans chicken broth
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • Saltine crackers


Heat oil in large saucepan on medium heat. Add squash, onion, and garlic and cook 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add allspice and stir for 1 minute. Add chicken broth and bring to a boil. Cover and reduce heat to low. Add sour cream. Simmer 15 minutes. Serve with crackers.

Honey Pecan Pie

Submitted by Clara Ramsey, El Reno, OK

“Here is a recipe for pecan pie that you will love,” writes Clara Ramsey. “It is not too sweet and sugary like most pecan pies, and it is beautiful. You will be proud of it.”


Honey Pecan Pie

  • 3 eggs
  • 1 cup pecans, chopped
  • 1 cup light corn syrup
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ¼ cup brown sugar, packed
  • 2 Tbsp. butter, melted
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • ½ tsp. salt


  • 2 Tbsp. butter
  • ¼ cup brown sugar, packed
  • 2 Tbsp. honey
  • 1½ cups pecan halves


Honey Pecan Pie

Combine ingredients and pour in deep 9-inch unbaked piecrust. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.


In small saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Stir in brown sugar and honey until combined. Stir in pecan halves until coated. Spoon over pie. Bake 15-20 minutes longer until bubbly and golden. Cool completely. Refrigerate leftovers.

Crock-pot Roast

Submitted by Judy Lauritsen, Fairfield, IA

“This makes a nice brown gravy with your roast — delicious!” writes Judy.

Crock Pot Roast



  • Frozen Pot Roast (I prefer to use an arm roast)
  • 1 package dry Onion Soup mix
  • 1 can of cream soup (I use cream of celery)
  • 1 can of cola


Place frozen roast in your crock pot. Sprinkle dry onion soup mix over the top. Spread one can of cream of celery soup over the roast (do not dilute with water or milk), then pour one can of cola over it all. Turn the crock pot on high for 10 or more hours.