HISTORY1936July 1936A.J. Poulin purchases the former Mort Parker Store in Newport Center Village. Part of the site is now the Town Garage. The new warehouse is used to inventory Bull brand and Red Rose Feeds.1940September 1940A.J. Poulin purchases the Fowler Mill in North Troy, Vermont. From this mill, A.J. starts blending and mixing Poulin Feeds. The new mill is also used to store Blue Seal Feeds for sale to local farms.1940October 1940Fifteen year old Gaston Poulin begins working after school at the feed mill.1954January 1954A.J. Poulin decides to retire and turn ownership of Poulin grain over to Gaston Poulin. Gaston continues to manufacture Poulin Feeds and begin to distribute Beacon Feeds along with Blue Seal Feeds.1961August 1961Gaston leads Poulin Grain into the era of bulk feeds. The feed mill is completely rebuilt and updated to handle bulk and bagged feed, and a liquid blending system is installed to add molasses to feeds. The Poulin Feed line is expanded to meet new demands.1965March 1965Gaston expands to hardware and starts to offer a complete line of building supplies. Poulin Grain becomes Poulin Grain & Lumber, Inc.1970January 1970Steve Poulin joins Poulin Grain & Lumber and begins working to expand sales.1974September 1974The Purina Checkerboard Store located in Newport, Vermont is purchased. (This is now the present location of Poulin Grain.)1974October 1974The decision is made to close and tear down the feed mixing system in North Troy after 35 years of manufacturing grain at that site.1975January 1975Poulin Grain & Lumber become two separate companies. Steve and Peter from Poulin Lumber, Inc. purchase the building and lumber inventory in North Troy. Gaston and Jeff retain Poulin Grain, Inc. at its present location in Newport, Vermont. Decision is made to carry Blue Seal Feed exclusively.19851985Peter Poulin purchases Steve's shares of Poulin Lumber and gains sole ownership of Poulin Lumber, Inc. Peter decides to purchase land and build a new retail lumber store on the Derby Road in Derby, Vermont. This will prove to be the largest location.19941994Peter decides to purchase the old Greaves Building location in Hardwick, Vermont. This location will complete the circle of coverage in the state of Vermont.19961996Cory Poulin, Peter's son, comes on board.19981998Peter Poulin decides to sell part of his business to Cory. Cory is the 4th generation Poulin to maintain the company's strong industry presence.20022002Cory's brother, Christopher, becomes a partner.20052005Christopher decides to pursue other interests and Cory purchases all remaining stock, becoming the sole owner of Poulin Lumber, Inc.20072007Poulin Lumber opens a sales office and showroom in Enosburg Falls, Vermont.2010July 2010Cory acquires the former Lacillade Lumber facility in Williamstown, Vermont. After extensive renovations, Poulin Lumber opens their fourth location on July 16th, bringing a full-service lumberyard, retail store and design showroom to the central Vermont market.20112011Poulin Lumber expands their Enosburg Falls location to 335 Main Street, tripling their showroom space and hire a skilled sales staff with decades of experience.20132013The Hardwick location gets a facelift.2015October 2015Cory sells Poulin Lumber, Inc. to Wallboard Supply under US-LBM, LLC. Poulin Lumber becomes Poulin Lumber- US LBM, LLC. Cory remains as President, and the staff all remain in place. The company operates on a more competitive level under this new direction.2016June 2016Poulin Lumber relocates the Enosburg Falls Showroom/Sales Office location to the newly expanded location in Williston, VT. The new location will be WSC Building Materials, specializing in Exterior Products for residential and commercial projects.