12 Days of Co-op Christmas

Dec 16,2019

From clothing and home décor items to farm supplies and hunting equipment, Co-op stores have a wide selection of unique gifts to satisfy even the hardest person to buy for on your list!
 

Add Co-Op To Christmas Shopping Destination List

Dec 07,2020

Let’s face it: Christmas shopping can test the calmest of souls. There are the long lines … nightmarish traffic tie-ups … the frazzled employees. And, to top it all off, there’s the mind-blowing number of choices to sort through.

Animal Friendly Grants Help Shelters and Pet Owners

Apr 19,2021

Tennessee specialty license plates sales help pet owners have access to low-cost spay and neutering services. Funds from the Animal Friendly - Spay and Neuter Saves Lives license plates go to Animal Friendly Grants, a program administered by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s (TDA) Animal Health Division.
 

A Seed for Every Bird

Apr 26,2021

Did you know that birdwatching and exposure to nature has been linked to improved mental health by thousands of scientific studies? Observing birds of all sizes and colors flitting around your backyard can help you to switch your focus off your busy week and to live in the present moment.
 

Automatic Watering Benefits

Jan 20,2020

Water is crucial to the well-being of livestock and horses. But providing continual fresh, clean water to these animals can be a challenge for owners who do so through the use of water troughs. The water can become stagnant, and this contaminated water is unhealthy to the animals and discourages water intake.
 

Automatic Watering Benefits

Jan 25,2021

Water is crucial to the well-being of livestock and horses. But providing continual fresh, clean water to these animals can be a challenge for owners who do so through the use of water troughs. The water can become stagnant, and this contaminated water is unhealthy to the animals and discourages water intake.
 

Being essential requires staying safe

Apr 06,2020

Agriculture has been deemed an essential business by the federal and state government. That isn’t news to us. We know that the rest of the country cannot operate without access to safe and healthy food and clothes. However, while essential workers are out working the fields, visiting the local Co-op and stopping for diesel, they can be exposed to the coronavirus without even knowing it. During this time, it is vitally important to stay safe while on the job.
 

Benefits of Using Raised Garden Beds

Apr 12,2021

To kick off Garden Week, we’d like to call attention to the benefits of using raised garden beds. The practicality of using raised beds has been debated by many gardeners, but it is definitely not a new concept. Raised garden beds date all the way back to 300 B.C. when the Incas used a system of parallel canals and raised plant beds to prevent erosion in an agricultural technique called Waru Waru.

Beware of winter hazards for pets

Jan 13,2020

Winter can be a dangerous time for pets if special care isn’t taken to protect them. Here are some of the most common cold-weather hazards and ways to keep dogs and cats safe:
 

Beware of winter hazards for pets

Jan 11,2021

Winter can be a dangerous time for pets if special care isn’t taken to protect them. Here are some of the most common cold-weather hazards and ways to keep dogs and cats safe: