Welcome

to the Snohomish Co-Op

On
Monday, May 30, 2022
we will be
closing at 3pm
for
Memorial Day.

Snohomish Chick Schedule

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

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

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Drive-through warehouse pick-up also available.

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Two locations to serve you

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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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Radio Tips
May 12, 2022

Composting in your yard

We have all heard that “composting” is a good thing, and that “compost” is a good source of nutrition for your gardens and flower beds. So what exactly is composting, how can you get started doing it and why should you?

Radio Tips
May 5, 2022

Dandelions: Friend or Foe?

Dandelions can be a menace to home owners who want that incredible “curb appeal” of a lush thick green lawn. But did you know that Dandelions are in your yard for a reason (or maybe multiple reasons)? Yup it’s true! As most things in nature, dandelions have a job (or two) to do. No none of their jobs is to make your life harder, although it may seem that way sometimes.

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May 4, 2022

Moss in your lawn and on your roof

Here in the PNW we have all of the ingredients to brow and sustain moss year-round. What causes moss to grow? Moisture and Shade (and the combination of both) are key factors in creating a place moss likes to thrive. Lack of drainage, and over watering can also cause moss to take root and set up shop. Here are some tips to help you reduce the chances of moss growing.