We really enjoy September - pumpkins and chickens. See how Marshall County Co-Op celebrates September.
Lawn & Garden Supplies
Find everything you need to keep your lawn and garden healthy all year round. Discover our wide variety of lawn and garden products, including grass seed and fertilizers, power equipment and mowers, vegetable seeds and watering devices.
Horse Feed & Supplies
From feed to fencing, waterers to dewormers, Marshall County Co-Op is your one stop shop for livestock and horse needs. Browse our selection of horse feed, health supplements, stall supplies, and grooming products to keep your horses and livestock feeling (and looking) their best.
Nursery & Garden Center
Stop by and see our great selection of seasonal flowers, hanging baskets, mums, and so much more. If you are looking to plant your own flowers or decorate with our full bloomed flowers, Marshall County Co-Op is your best option.
Whether you run a small hobby farm or a large agricultural production, Moundsville’s Marshall County Co-Op has the products and tools you need to keep your operation running smoothly. Explore our selection of farm supplies, from vegetable seeds to power equipment and everything in between.
Marshall County Co-Op Featured Products
If you need propane for your RV or Camper, Marshall County Co-Op has options for you.
We Have the Straw
If you are looking for certified weed free straw, small square straw, large square straw, cereal grain, bales, mats, or blankets – we have it! As you can tell, we know a lot about STRAW.
Bottle Water in Bulk
If you are managing a team of workers, we have great options for your bottled water. Staying hydrated keeps you moving and productive. Get the best bottled water.
Informed Workers and Farmers are the
BEST Workers and Farmers
Marshall County Co-Op News and Blog
Enjoy the summer while you can and help save the birds. Learn more about the bird sickness happening in North America.
As we enter July, summer is in full swing! July is probably one of my favorite times of the year, minus the heat that is. Unless I am floating in a pool, ocean or the lake, I am not a big fan of heat. Give me nice, 70–75-degree days anytime. But of course, the heat is necessary, especially if you are a farmer or a gardener. The heat helps your vegetables and fruits flourish. Farmers Markets are in full swing, overflowing with summers abundance of crops!!! Eating fresh grown veggies and fruits is another one of the reasons I love...