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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Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee received 40,000 pounds of Land O’Lakes Macaroni & Cheese today from Land O’ Lakes Foundation as part of its First Run program. The First Run program donates truckloads of fresh dairy products to food banks across the country to alleviate hunger in local communities. Land O’Lakes is a sister cooperative to Tennessee Farmers Cooperative, which has been supportive of Second Harvest’s efforts to fight hunger through programs like Shooting Hunger.

Tennessee Farmers Cooperative shared U.S. Department of Agriculture's photo.
Congratulations to Sonny Perdue on being confirmed as the new U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary of Agriculture.
Welcome Secretary Sonny Perdue! Sonny Perdue came by his knowledge of agriculture the old fashioned way: he was born into a farming family in Bonaire, Georgia. From childhood, and through his life in business and elected office, Perdue has experienced the industry from every possible perspective. Uniquely qualified as a former farmer, agribusinessman, veterinarian, Air Force veteran, state legislator, and governor of Georgia, he became the 31st United States Secretary of the Department of Agriculture today. Check us out on Facebook Live & YouTube Live- Bio page- Follow @SecretarySonny via Twitter!

Congratulations to Weakley Farmers Cooperative members Jay and Alice Ann Yeargin — Tennessee Farm Bureau's Young Farmers & Ranchers Achievement Award winners and runners-up for the prestigious national YF&R Achievement Award.

SOUTHEAST TENNESSEE BEEF SUMMIT: Cattlemen and women can find tips, techniques, and the latest in technological advances to make their operations more successful at next week's Southeast Tennessee Beef Summit. The free event takes place on Friday, April 28 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the McMinn County Expo Center in Athens. Co-op will be one of many exhibitors at "Southeast Tennessee's largest trade show." Lunch is provided. Registration is required by tomorrow, April 21, by contacting UT Extension offices in McMinn County (423-745-2852) or Meigs County (423-334-5781). For more information, visit

Wouldn't a ripe, juicy strawberry taste good right about now? Or anytime, for that matter? The versatile fruit is available now, or will be very soon, at patches across Tennessee. To find a location near you, visit Oh, and save us a piece of strawberry shortcake, please!

RT @FarmToTableTalk: Need a job? Ag needs you. There will be 60K jobs in Ag opening up in the next 5 yrs, and not enough grads to fill em h…

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RT @firstonthefarm: Thanks to all our participants in the 2016 First Farmers Co-op Yield Contest.

RT @TNAgriculture: Do you have a great idea for an #agriculture startup? Apply for the next #AgLaunch Accelerator program now.…