Grange Co-op is awarding up to $14,000 dollars in scholarship money to students in Southern Oregon/Northern California! Grange Co-op recognizes the importance of investing in students' education. To assist those who wish to further their education, Grange Co-op is proud to provide financial aid to graduating high school seniors. Apply today by visiting us at grangecoop.com/scholarship-program.
For healthier cattle pastures, it is essential to maintain strategy and accurate management practices to control the level of grazing by the cattle. Overgrazing and under-grazing can both be equally problematic for the quality of pastures. Taking the time to prepare your pasture for the appropriate head of cattle is not only responsible, but required for success. Visit our latest GrangeKnows blogs post to read factors that affect pasture growth and health. Enriching and maximizing the nutritional and growth value of pastures can be achieved with help from Grange Co-op!
Grange Co-op, in partnership with FFA and local FFA chapters, proudly presents ‘Battle of the Cans’ to drive away hunger statewide! We’re heading up an opportunity for our communities, customers and employees to work together to fight for hunger relief.
A fenced land and property line can provide convenience to your lifestyle. However, the process of fencing can at times appear daunting as it does require a certain set of skills, time and labor. At Grange Co-op, we want to make DIY projects as simple and effortless as possible, learn some of the basics to fencing before you start! From planning the fence type to measuring, installing and finishing, we have tips of the trade to help you achieve your fencing goals!
Increase the success of your crops with the simple addition of Rogue Cover Crop varieties mid-February through March and again in mid-September through October.
With the changing of the seasons, you may notice an increase in flea and ticks on your pets! Did you know one the most common tick-borne diseases dogs are susceptible to is Lyme borreliosis, or commonly known as, Lyme disease. Lymes is a bacterial disease transmitted by a certain species of infected ticks that contain a bacterium called Borrelia burgdoferi. Once this bacterium is within the bloodstream, it can quickly compromise organ health and ultimately make your pet extremely ill. At Grange Co-op, we recognize pets are more than that, they’re family, and deserve to be taken care of as such. We have a range of tick control products to help prevent this devastating disease from taking hold. Visit us online to read suggestions and browse products available, pertinent to this fall season.
Klamath Falls, OR: Effective July 23rd Grange Co-op has begun raising funds at point-of-sale for fire relief contributions to the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association Livestock Aid. As part of their GrangeGives campaign, Grange Co-op has also pledged to match up to $5,000 in relief funds raised by customers. All Grange Co-op retail stores within Oregon are now offering the opportunity for customers to round up their transactions and donate funds to provide assistance for the cattlemen devastated by the Bootleg Fire.
Getting a pet kitten or cat is an exciting decision! With their playful and fun temperament, felines can make great pets. If you're a new cat parent, you may have questions about care and health practices. Cats are generally easy to care for, often requiring less maintenance than other pets. And, once you learn the fundamental cat health tips, all you have left is to shower them in love and have fun enjoying your new furry friend. Continue reading for basic cat health tips to keep your furry friend happy and healthy for years to come.