At First Farmers Coop we strive be the leader in Livestock Equipment. We carry all the major brands such as Priefert, WW, Apache, and Kodiak to meet your needs from bush-hogging the farm to handling your cattle. Not only can you get these equipment pieces but, you can get those specialty items that might be needed on the farm. Let one of our team members meet with you and discuss your wants and needs.
The proper balance of protein, energy, vitamins and minerals in diets is needed to make a successful nutrition program that is both productive and economical. From a 50 pound bag of feed or mineral, or a 22 ton load of feed delivered to your bin on the farm let First Farmers help you find the right feeds and minerals to make your nutrition program successful.
At First Farmers we can help you find not only Feed, but everything your horses need. From the regular necessities of daily feed and water buckets to those specialty show supplies, we are your one stop shop for all of your equine supplies.
Man’s best friend is always welcome in First Farmers Co-op. For the pets, Co-op has everything to get prepared for bringing your new pet home. We have dog kennels, dog houses, crates, pet beds, Pet Porters, automatic feeders and pet dishes. To outfit your pets, Co-op has a wide selection of collars, leashes, dog jackets, and we even make name tags for your pets. Treats and toys are always in stock for rewarding your pets. We have sizes and styles to accommodate any sized pet. Pet health products are available for deworming and vaccinating needs.
Mineral Supplements Designed for Local Forages
In a perfect world, the forages grown on our farms would provide all the protein, energy, vitamins, and minerals our cattle need to grow, reproduce, and give milk at a desirable rate.&n...
The Importance of Electrolytes for Calves
Raising calves is an enjoyable experience, but it also requires attention to detail. Feeding an electrolyte supplement to stay ahead of health challenges should be a standard practice f...
Choosing a Cattle Mineral
With the pasture-based nature of most cow-calf production, supplementing hay or forage crops with free-choice minerals often provides a sizeable return on investment.