A Note from Bart Krisle, Tennessee Farmers Cooperative Chief Executive Officer
Jul 01, 2019
This website, along with Co-op content on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube ensures you have many opportunities to connect with us from your phone, tablet, or computer. We want to be sure to offer you the opportunity to stay in touch with Co-op in whatever way is most convenient for you.
Please take a moment to see what the site offers. We hope you will immediately notice the sleek, modern design and its emphasis on easy navigation. Product areas are organized by category — Agronomy, Livestock, and Rural Lifestyle.
You will notice lots of news on the site. We plan to update content on the page often to keep you aware of what’s happening in the Co-op world. You will also find posts from Tennessee Farmers Co-op about activities and programs that benefit the entire system. We will offer product-specific posts to provide up-to-date information and news as well. Look for those on the home page and product pages. You’ll find the latest information on markets, commodities, and weather, too.
A digital version of The Cooperator is prominently displayed on the site. You can access your favorite features of the publication here, from Featured Products to the popular Recipes section, along with all the other Co-op and agricultural news and stories. The most recent issue will automatically appear in this feed.
This page is also a gateway to your local Co-op. The Locations tab will take you to a map where you’ll be able to find basic information about your local Co-op. If your Co-op has a page of its own — and many do — you will find a link to it here.
After you’ve explored the new site, I invite you to drop us a note at the Contact Us button below. Let us know how you like the site, and offer any improvements or suggestions you might have. If you’d like to share your email address with us, we will add you to our contacts list for future updates and promotions.
Thank you for dropping by, and thank you for supporting Co-op!
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