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Posted by Grange Co-op on 15th Aug 2023

Hogs are some of the easiest farm animals to raise. All it takes is some basic barn supplies, housing, and the right pig feed and care. Most often, people raise hogs as a source of fresh meat or for profit. Unlike large commercial operations, you can start small and make more deliberate choices about your small operation. If you decide to expand your hog-raising business later, you'll have a better understa… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 8th Aug 2023

Keeping chickens can be a lot of fun and quite a bit of work. Some people enjoy watching their chickens in the backyard, while others treat keeping chickens as a serious business. Even a few birds can help put a little extra cash in your pocket. It doesn’t matter what the size of your flock is or your reason for raising them – the breed of chicken you choose couldn’t be more important. There… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 4th Aug 2023

Since 1947 in Central Point, Oregon, the Grange Co-op grain elevator has stood tall, dominating the skyline of this community. The grain elevator is a hub of activity, with staff working tirelessly to produce, bag, and ship out Rogue Quality Feeds. Despite its unassuming location, the grain elevator is a critical part of this region's agricultural industry, providing farmers and ranchers with the resources they need to care for th… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 2nd Aug 2023

Milo, or sorghum, is one of the top cereal crops in the world. The United States is the leading producer of this ancient grain, where it is used primarily for cattle feed. Milo feed is gluten-free and a good source of protein, fiber, antioxidants, B vitamins, phosphorous, copper, manganese, and iron. It is also easy to grow in hot, dry climates. What Is Milo Used For? Milo has a role in multiple applicati… Read more