Bedford Farmer's Co-Op

Bedford Farmer's Co-Op
Bedford Farmer's Co-Op is listed in the Fence Contractors category in Shelbyville, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Bedford Farmer's Co-Op which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Bedford Farmer's Co-Op on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Bedford Farmer's Co-Op is:
222 S Cannon Blvd
Shelbyville, TN 37160
(931) 684-3506

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Bedford Farmer's Co-Op has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Bedford Farmer's Co-Op has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Shelbyville, Tennessee is 36 and in the category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Tennessee Farmers Cooperative shared Tennessee Agricultural Museum's photo.
Looking for something fun and educational to do tomorrow? And it's FREE!
Come out this Saturday, July 22 from 9:00am—2:00pm for our final Farm Fun Day. This FREE event is perfect for children of all ages. Catering by Two Fat Men Ice Cream will be here to tame the heat! Fitzwilly's will have ice cold drinks and excellent food truck fare! • Goats for milking and feeding • Metro Mounted Horse Patrol demonstrations 10:00 and 11:30 am • Sheep shearing demonstrations • Beekeeping and local honey from the hive! • Ag Simulator virtual farming experience • Face painting • Giant Belgian horse team • Music and much more!

RT @FarmsNews: The Importance Of Doing Plant Tissue Analysis On Your Farm Watch now..…

The eclipse is exactly one month away!…

Summer heat has officially arrived in Tennessee, with temperatures in the mid-90s continuing through the weekend. But when you're a farmer, there's no getting around working outdoors. Here are 7 tips to follow when farming in the heat: 1. Drink 8 oz. of water every 15-30 minutes. Don't wait until you're thirsty to drink water. 2. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and large amounts of sugar because they can speed up the dehydration process. 3. Wear lightweight, loose clothing and light colors that reflect sunlight. 4. Save strenuous work for the cool times of the day. 5. Pace yourself. Take 15-minute breaks in the shade every two hours. 6. Check prescriptions and over-the-counter medications you're taking to see if there are heat-associated side effects. 7. Change work schedules and routines as possible if the heat and humidity index may exceed 105-degrees F.

Future leaders of our state!…

RT @FarmsNews: What Causes Low, Falling Numbers In Wheat? Read more..…

This will make your mouth water!…

As you're probably aware of by now, July is National Ice Cream Month. But did you know that today is National Peach Ice Cream Day (which just happens to be this post author's favorite flavor)? So, we'd like to know ... what's your favorite flavor of this irresistible dairy treat?

Another successful Tennessee Junior Beef Expo is in the books. Good to see so many youth interested in agriculture and displaying their skills as exhibitors! Congratulations to Morgan Lehnert, Lawrence County, Grand Champion Commercial Heifer; Samantha Roberts, McMinn County, Grand Champion Market Steer; and Murray Perkins, Henry County, Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer. Well done!

#ThrowbackThursday: Replacement layers on the range at Paul F. Blake and Sons poultry operation in Knox County, Oct. 1960.