Cooler temps, football, campfires and s’mores, pumpkin spice everything and hayrides. It’s fall season and for many it’s the most anticipated time of the year.
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Marshall County Co-Op is here and ready to help you with winter. Learn more about our snow salt, deer corn, and propane options.
It's propane season, already? Yes - get the best deals on propane with Marshall County Co-Op. We also have lots of updates for the birds.
The Marshall County Co-Op will be closed on July 4th. We will reopen on July 6th with our normal business hours.
It’s July! July is a month with a lot of things going on. Gardens are producing vegetables and fruits. Families are going on vacations (as much as social distancing will allow), beaches and pools are filled with kids and laughter. And we also celebrate the 4th of July, a day that represents the Declaration of...
Hello June! By now, most people have their gardens planted and well underway and are just waiting for all the delicious vegetables and fruit to sprout out of the ground which will then be cooked, roasted or eaten raw! Sounds easy right? It basically is, but as gardeners, we all need to know a few...
The Annual Mother’s Day event at the Marshall County Co-Op BEGINS Monday, May 4th!
It’s just about everyone’s favorite time of the year...the Marshall County Co-Op’s annual Mother’s Day event. Every year the Marshall County Co-op blooms and overflows with vegetable plants, beautiful hanging flowers, trees and shrubs, lawn and garden supplies and so much more!!
Marshall County Co-Op is essential and open for business. Learn how we are keeping our store clean, employees safe, and customers a priority.
Are you ready for Spring? You might be but we might not get what you expect. Find out what the Farmer's Almanac has to say about our weather.