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Snohomish Chick Schedule

View the incoming chick schedules and get other chick season information for Snohomish and Monroe.


Calming Products

Calming products are a great thing to have on hand at all times for your pets but especially in the summer with all the traveling, visitors, fireworks and parties.

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Introducing our house-brand feed line, SNOCO milled by Conway Feed

Milled by Conway Feed

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Curb Side Pick-Up Available

Drive-through warehouse pick-up also available.

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There's always something new at the co-op! Stop by either of our locations to browse new farm goods, apparel, pet supplies and more. Our friendly and  helpful staff will be happy to help you find what you need. You might also find a yummy food truck on site for local, hand-crafted goodies.

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Founded in 1935 to support the local farms and community in the Snohomish Valley the Snohomish Co-op is still going strong today. We are still just as dedicated to supporting local farms as well as all our neighbors and homesteaders. Now with two locations to serve you (Snohomish and Monroe) it is even easier to get great pricing, and exceptional service.

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June 22, 2024

Horse Tack

When it comes to equipping your horse for riding, the right tack makes all the difference

June 22, 2024

Fly Sprays

Fly sprays are essential tools in equine care, providing protection against a range of pests such as flies, mosquitoes, and ticks. These pests can cause significant discomfort, transmit diseases, and lead to severe health issues in horses. Effective fly control is crucial for maintaining the health and well-being of horses, especially during warmer months when these insects are most active.

June 22, 2024


As the grass gets low or just from eating off the ground more, the horses naturally consume large amounts of dirt and sand. This can cause severe problems such as inflammation, diarrhea & sand colic. There is a simple solution to this that should be included in the diets of the horses which is called Psyllium.