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Farmers Co Op in Winchester, TN
1.Franklin Farmers CO-OP
Feed DealersFarm EquipmentFarm SuppliesTire Dealers
2.Franklin Farmers Co-Op
337 Main St
3.Moore Farmers Co-Op
1533 Fayetteville Hwy
Feed DealersGrain DealersFeed-Wholesale & ManufacturersFarm Equipment
4.Lincoln Farmers Co-Op
My 80 year old parents love this co-op. They drove a long distance today to get there before they closed. Unfortunately, there store store hours on the internet do not coincide with there actual hours. So my parents drove a long distance to get there, and they were already closed at 4:30. The Internet says they close at five. Lincoln County co-op needs to change that.
5.Co-Op Coffee Farmers
93 Interstate Dr
Feed DealersFarm EquipmentFeed-Wholesale & ManufacturersFertilizers
6.Bedford Farmer's Co-Op
222 S Cannon Blvd
7.Jackson Farmers Co-Op
101 Kentucky Ave
Grain ElevatorsFarm EquipmentFeed Dealers
Jackson Farmers Cooperative became incorporated on November 30, 1959. The business was formed to provide a service to area farmers by helping them attain their seed, fertilizer, feed, and related products at a local business and for a lower cost. The primary business was built in Scottsboro.
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