Gozney ARC XL Pizza Oven

What’s NEW at Burns Feed Store? It’s a pizza-perfection!

Introducing the world’s most advanced compact oven.  The Arc XL brings Gozney’s renowned design ethos into a sleek form that’s compact outside yet big on cooking space inside. An innovative lateral rolling flame and revolutionary burner replicates the flame of traditional wood-fired ovens, distributing heat evenly and consistently—so you can spend less time turning pizza and more time making memories. Plus, Arc’s intuitive flame control makes it easy to create restaurant-quality 16” pizza in 60s or less, making it the go-to for our world-famous Pizza Collective. 

With the Arc by your side, whipping up legendary pizzas in your dream outdoor kitchen has never been more of a breeze!

Oven external dimensions: Width 530mm (20.9″) x Depth 629mm (24.8″) x Height 342mm (13.5″)

Oven internal dimensions: Width 427mm (16.8”) x Depth 517mm (20.3”) x Height 173mm (6.8”)

Door Size: Width 427mm (16.8”) x Height 95mm (3.8”)

Weight:26.5 Kg/58.5 Ibs(33kg/73lbs in packaging)

What’s in the box

Everything you need to get started:

Arc XL Outdoor Oven


1.2m Gas Hose & Regulator

Burner Guard

Flue Outlet

Stone Adjustment Tool

Torx Screw Driver

Matchstick Holder


5 Year Warranty

The Arc XL is crafted to stand the test of time with top-notch pro materials. Register your product within 60 days of purchase and benefit from an extended 5 year warranty. Our 1 year warranty comes as standard.

No matter how you slice it, the Arc XL is your ticket to completing the circle of life! But hold up…do you knead dough? Well, get ready for a fantastic addition to your pizza-making escapades with GOZNEY pizza dough!! Now up for grabs at Burns Feed Store in these classic pizza styles:



New York

Pizza making accessories? We’ve got them! Stop on by Burns Feed Store and let us help you level up your own slice of life!


Indian Runner Ducks at Burns Feed Store

In the lush realms of Southeast Asia, the noble Runner ducks were originally crafted for their bountiful egg offerings and nimble grace. Echoes of their ancient lineage whisper through time, captured in stone tales from Java’s mystical lands, aged over two millennia. As shadows dance with the past, these wondrous ducks continue their ageless dance, guided by ancient wisdom. Each dawn, they roam fields in orchestrated ballets, feasting on nature’s offerings of rice remnants, weed seeds, and tiny creatures. Nightfall finds them nestled in bamboo sanctuaries, where they gift the world with eggs before embarking on their cleansing journeys once more. Across their fleeting existences, these avian wanderers traverse vast distances, embodying the essence of resilience and adaptability. Behold, in the Runner, a beacon of foraging prowess unmatched by any other duck kind.


Why are they called Indian Runners? Tradition has it the ducks were first imported into England in the 1850s and were named Indians as the ship had proceeded from India and had traded with the “Indies”. It wasn’t until 1909 that the importing family acknowledged that they came from Southeast Asia – not India. But by then the name had stuck and the breed was extremely popular throughout the country. Until the Khaki Campbell was bred, Runners were by far the most productive egg laying ducks. Prior to the turn of the century there were many egg trials in England where representatives of different breeds and farmers were put on a common site and their egg production monitored and compared.

The first Runners imported into England were either Fawn, Fawn-and-White, or White in color. The first records of them being in an exhibition were in 1877 at the Dumfries Show in Scotland. In 1898 they were admitted into the American Standard Registry. The Black, Blue and Chocolate were not admitted until 1977. Though the Black and Chocolate breed true, the Blue do not as only 50% of their progeny are Blue. So that we produce 100% Blue colored birds, we have two pens of breeders. One pen has Black Runner males on Silver females. The other pen has Silver males on Black females.

Runner Ducks are like the MVPs of foraging and egg-laying! Having a flock of these quirky ducks not only brings you fresh eggs but also turns your yard into a hilarious entertaining time of watching penguin-like bowling pins forage around the yard. The Indian runner duck are very versatile in their diets. Lucky for the average gardener, runner ducks eat a variety of harmful bugs. They eat mosquitos and their larvae, flies, slugs, snails, and particularly enjoy ticks.


However you crack it, duck eggs are like little powerhouses of nutrition! With their sunny-side-up golden yolks boasting extra antioxidants, omega-3s, and a whopping 50% more vitamin A than their chicken counterparts, these eggs are the real MVPs. Plus, they pack a protein punch that even takes their larger size into account. Eggs come in a range of hues, from pearly whites to dreamy blue-greens, depending on the feathered friends laying them. In the world of Black Runners (including Chocolate), you might spot some eggs with a quirky ‘sooty’ look at the start of the egg-laying season. But fear not, as the later eggs can be as pristine white as any other Runner’s eggs.


Burns Feed Store has a variety of Runner ducklings throughout our chick season! You can check out our Chick Schedule at www.BurnsFeed.com or give us a call at 503-663-3246!

Popcorn Made Your Way

Grab your kernels and get ready to pop the day away!🍿Whether you like it buttery, cheesy, or caramelized, let’s celebrate the crunchy goodness together. Keep it simple or spice it up, Burns Feed Store has so many new options from Amish Country Popcorn. Let’s start things off by choosing your desired kernel.
We stock a variety of sizes and types such as Blue Popcorn, Baby White Hulless, Rainbow, Red, Ladyfinger…..the list goes on! Are you ready to experiment with some new seasonings and drizzles? Well here ya go:Say hello to popcorn dust – it’s like fairy dust but for your popcorn. Enhance the flavor of your freshly popped popcorn with a sprinkle of this magic. And guess what? It’s not just for popcorn! Sprinkle it on your favorite foods to unlock even more delicious flavors!

Popcorn really is an American Tradition and we are here to help keep this tradition popping! Stop on by today and check out the variety of options that there is to choose from!

Gate Maintenance

Gate and System Maintenance

These guidelines are meant to be general in nature and specific needs will vary based on your environment.

Getting Started:

  • Adjust the gate hinges to make sure the gate swings level, plumb and freely throughout the full opening and closing range of motion. Level is horizontal and plumb vertical. Plumb refers to something being straight up and down. The gate post(s) needs to be plumb and hinges need to be aligned vertically. When a gate/post is not plumb it may surge/hesitate in a particular direction of its travel and possibly not function.
  • Clean your gate with a mild cleaner, a rag, a soft brush, and a water hose to remove dirt and dust.
  • Do any rust removal and touch up painting, that you might deem necessary.

The Gate:

Keeping your gates swinging easily and freely is very important so that your gate opener system continues to work correctly. If your ball-bearing/bearing type gate hinges are binding, out of grease, or have become difficult to move, your gate opener system may treat this as an obstruction. If it seems to be associated in some way with the temperature the problem can likely be resolved by lubricating your gate hinges. If the hinges are worn or damaged replace them.

We suggest removing the pin from the front of the operator and working the grease into the gate hinges as much as possible. Use a grease suited for the temperature range in your location. Lithium-based grease tends to work well in many applications. Don’t forget to put the front clevis pin back into the front of the operator when you have finished greasing the hinges.


Lubricate The Operator Arm

Using a silicone spray, you can maintain/clean the silver aluminum push-pull tube (with the operator arm extended and the system turned off) , spray a clean cloth with the silicone and wipe the extended push-pull of the operator arm. Cleaning this part of the arm helps remove any dirt and debris that has accumulated over time and can help reduce premature wear and noise on the internal parts of the operator arm.

Check The System Batteries

As a battery ages its ability to work becomes reduced. A good rule of thumb would be to inspect the battery(s) each fall.

  • Clean any corrosion from the battery terminals and connectors. A wire brush the size of a toothbrush is a handy tool for this job. Brush it lightly until any corrosion is removed. Most automotive part stores also have some type of anti-corrosion product that can be added to your system for additional protection.
  • Check all battery and battery harness connections to ensure none of the connections are loose.
  • The batteries can be loaded tested as well
    • Disconnect the charging source. (solar panel or transformer connections)
    • Measure battery voltage.
      • a. If you have two batteries, check them individually.
      • b. If the voltage(s) is above 12 Vdc, proceed with the load test.
      • c. If the voltage(s) is below 12 Vdc, charge the batteries externally before proceeding. At no greater than 2 amps.
    • The load test will only be conducted on one battery at a time. Measure the voltage prior to operation. Activate the unit while continuing to monitor the voltage. The voltage should drop less than .5 volt during the cycle.
    • Repeat for 4 more half cycles (open or close) pausing for approximately 10 seconds in between activations. The voltage should drop less than .5 volt during these movements.
    • If the voltage drops are greater than .5 a volt the battery/batteries should be replaced.

Solar Installations

  • Use glass cleaner: Clean the glass on your solar panel to remove any algae, mold, mildew, or dirt that may have accumulated throughout the year. Keeping your solar panel glass clean helps to maximize the potential charging ability of the panel which is more important during the winter months as the number of hours of unobstructed sunlight hitting the panel decreases. Move/relocate panel if needed.
  • Using the screwdriver provided with your kit, tighten any of the wiring terminal connections that are loose.

E-Z Haul Carts

The perfect balance of an E-Z Haul Cart will get the job done with less effort.

These carts are built to last! They are made with the most durable components to handle big loads, regardless of cart size.

The E-Z Haul Cart is available in three sizes with load ratings from 250 to 600 pounds.

Sizes available at Burns Feed Store are:
5 1/2Cu.Ft. Garden Cart
8Cu.Ft. Utility Cart
11 1/2Cu.Ft. Jumbo Cart

Since 1986, the E-Z Haul cart has been manufactured in the United States, to provide cost effective service for new products and replacement parts. We carry a full line of replacement parts if you need to spruce up your old cart!

E-Z Haul Carts are Affordable, Durable and Versatile!