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Posted by Grange Co-op on 4th Oct 2022

Grange Co-op would like to introduce you to Bodie Johnson! Bodie is currently a Sophomore in high school. During the 2022 Jackson County Fair he received the title of Rate of Gain Champion for his steer! Grange Co-op was able to talk with Bodie about his experience and how he earned his championship title while only feeding Rogue Feed! As Bodie’s first year in 4-H as part of Wagner Valley beef club, he knew there would be some challenges and… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 16th Mar 2022

Grange Co-op is continuously pursuing opportunities to help support agriculture in our communities. There are so many ways individuals of any age can get involved in agricultural programs! For example, this doesn’t always require working directly with animals, but rather, it can include other opportunities such as being a representative and advocate for agriculture. An outreach initiative we recently learned more about is the Miss United State… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 27th Jan 2022

Grange Co-op, a community partner for eighty-eight years, worked together with customers, members, and employees to donate over $175,000 to youth in agriculture. Of the $175,000 Grange Co-op donated over $75,000 to local 4-H and FFA organizations. “Grange Co-op works to fulfill the cooperative model of helping our community. It’s because of our great customers and members that we can help so many,” states Jason Wall, Marketing Manager. … Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 15th Jul 2021

No matter the livestock you’re auctioning off this year, making minimum weight or just sliding under maximum weight will not suffice. Understanding livestock ADG (Average Daily Gain) and holding feed options for your specified project will help gauge how best to meet auction weight and produce a show animal that brings home a championship. HOW TO MANAGE LIVESTOCK ADG? “My project animal is at show weight, but fair isn’t for another m… Read more