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Foaling

Farm and Ranch

Foaling time is upon us and we all want to be ready. We’ve waited almost a year for this and now the time is near. Thirty to sixty days before your mare’s due date you want to be sure to give her a 4-way vaccine. This boosts her immune system as well as helps to […]

January 1, 2015View Post
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Horse Chewing

Farm and Ranch

“It’s Winter and I’m Bored!” “Rainy, ugly weather, it’s too cold to ride, my arena’s muddy, the trails are too slick” – we’ve got a whole list of excuses not to ride this time of year. Meanwhile, our horse pals are stuck in a stall or a small paddock with nothing to do, so they […]

November 1, 2014View Post
Free Runner Blanket Green

Horse Blanket

Farm and Ranch

To Horse Blanket or Not to Horse Blanket… that is the question that we get asked every year. When a horse owner is considering whether or not to blanket their horse there are several things to take into consideration We as humans tend to put our feelings into our horse, therefore if we’re cold they […]

October 7, 2014View Post
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Forage Crops

Farm and Ranch

FORAGE CROPS FOR SOUTHERN OREGON Grange Co-op is southern Oregon’s leading supplier of seed for forage crops. Because forage crops such as pasture, hay, green chop and silage are so important to the agriculture economy of southern Oregon, Grange Co-op strives to provide our customers with the highest quality seed at competitive prices. We are […]

October 1, 2014View Post
Rogue Poultry Feed Top 5

Caring for Baby Chickens

Farm and Ranch

In this Farm & Ranch video tip Grange Co-op’s Andy Sakraida shows how to best care for baby chickens. Shop online for the items seen and mentioned in this video here.

September 8, 2014View Post
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Order a Top 5 Rogue Poultry Feed Here

Farm and Ranch

Rogue Quality Feeds and Rogue Nature’s Harmony Organic Feeds are formulated and produced in Central Point, Oregon, and have been for over 70 years! The Grange Co-op feed mill is certified for producing organic feeds. We’ve got lots of great information about our individual feeds on our website, but sometimes you just want to know […]

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Warning: Electric Fence!

Building Your Electric Fence

Farm and Ranch

In 1938, the first electric fence was developed in New Zealand by Gallagher. Since that time, electric fencing systems have made farm and ranch life easier. Today, both permanent and portable electric fencing products are used all over the world. Basics of Electric Fencing Electric fencing is ideal for grazing or pasture management by containing […]

September 1, 2014View Post
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Equerry’s Products

Farm and Ranch

Founded in 1986 in Aurora, Oregon, Equerry’s products are based on the nutritional needs of your animal, and the benefits of probiotics (beneficial bacteria). Equerry’s proven microencapsulated probiotic blends, along with other synergistic nutrients make animals healthy and their human companions happy. Grange Co-op is proud to carry many of Equerry’s very popular products, including […]

March 24, 2014View Post
Grange Co-op Gift Cards

Grange Co-op Gift Cards

Clothing & Footwear

Assorted Gift Card Designs Grange Co-op Gift Cards are the right gift for anyone– especially when you’re not sure what they want! They are available in 5 amounts: $10, $25, $50, $100 or $250. You also get to choose from 5 colorful designs: Sporting Goods, Pet, Garden, Farm, and Clothing. Regardless of the design you […]

October 1, 2013View Post
Rogue Corn, Oats, and Barley, (C.O.B.)

Rogue Corn, Oats, and Barley, (C.O.B.)

Farm and Ranch

In this video post, Brian from Grange Co-op shares tips for success and information about Grange Co-op’s Rogue Quality Feed:  Rogue C.O.B. Visit our Rogue Quality Feed department to learn more or browse our other Rogue Quality Feeds.

September 1, 2013View Post

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