Feed & Livestock

Feed & Livestock

No matter the task at hand, Orange-Madison Coop staff know the livestock products and services that are required to get the job done. We aim to be a resource for your operation, not only as a retail center for the products you need to buy, but for industry knowledge. We are here to help you care for and manage your farm in a cost-efficient manner. From Beef and Dairy Cattle to Sheep and Goat Farming, we stock a variety of livestock feed, livestock fencing equipment, and livestock feeders. We proudly carry Southern States branded feeds in addition to other blends. Call us today or stop in to shop our variety!

Livestock Feeds

Cattle Feed (Southern States, OMC)
Calf Feed (Southern States)
Horse Feed (Legends, Southern States, Triple Crown)
Swine Feeds (Southern States, OMC)
Llama Alpaca Feeds (Southern States) 
Goat Feed (Southern States, OMC) 
Sheep Feed (Southern States
Other Custom Mixes 
Bulk Mixes 
Bulk Commodities

Livestock Feeders

Orange Madison Co-Op has every animal in mind from cattle and horses to goats and rabbits when it comes to livestock feeders. All of our locations carry Apache Creep feeders, poly bunks, mineral feeders, feed pans, and even buckets.  

Poultry Feed/Products

Are you looking to expand your poultry farm? Then do not look any further! Orange Madison Co-Op has everything you are looking for, from feeders to incubators. Did you know we also have “Chicken Houses” for those chicks to live in? 

We carry in-stock:
Chicken feed
Turkey Feed
Duck/waterfowl feed
Chicken waterers/feeders
Basic health products
Incubators
Chicken Houses

Need a Chicken Coop? - An increasing number of people are embracing the trend of keeping live chickens in their backyard. After all, having a pet that provides you a daily breakfast is not a bad idea. Being a family that intakes organic products is also a plus. 

Chicken coops can be a DIY project or can be purchased from a farm supply like Orange Madison Co-Op. Chicken don’t need a lot of space, but they need room to stretch their legs.

Chicken are a food source – 100 % organic fresh, tasteful eggs that are full of nutrition. All breeds are different! From some hens you can expect one egg per day while others lay 3 to 4 eggs weekly. If you are raising your chicken for meat, home-grown chicken taste better and are healthier than factory farmed poultry. You’ll enjoy more flavor, and less fat and calories.

Chicken are fun pets – Who would think that chicken have their own personality? Just like any other pet, they adapt to you and are fun little creatures to have around. A very low-maintenance animal, chicken basically need to be fed and watered, and have a coop. 

Chicken will help clean - These hard-working birds will clear harvested garden beds of weeds, and eat fallen fruit from trees before they start rotting and attract bugs. Chicken can eat many of the food items we would normally throw away, including food scraps from salads, vegetable peelings, rice, fruits, nuts, and seeds. You can also control problems with crickets, grasshoppers, snails, slugs and other pests in your garden as chicken eat them up.

Chicken can carry Salmonella - Chicken have the potential of carrying Salmonella germs in their droppings and on their feathers, feet, and beaks. It’s important to wash your hands after handling chicken or touching places where they live to avoid the risk of illness.










Fencing

In our industry, fences are commonly used to keep animals in or out of an area. The standard height of a fence starts at around 4 feet and can be made from a wide variety of materials, depending on terrain, location and animals that need to be kept out of certain areas. Orange Madison
Co-Op has experienced personnel that will help you every step of the way in building a strong and life lasting fence.  

1. Barbed wire - particularly effective for containing cattle. Built by using one or two strands of barbed wire in conjunction with woven wire to both discourage the bigger animals from reaching over the top of a fence and also meant for keeping out those little ones that have the capacity of crawling under. Barbed wire must be used with caution, there is very high risk of injury occurring when a thin-skinned, fast-moving animal with long legs runs into it or puts a leg through the strands.

2. Welded wire -  made with galvanized steel manufactured in a 2 in. W x 4 in. H spacing that helps to prevent entanglement. It is used to mark property lines, gardens and small animal confinement and can also be used with horses and other large animals. Welded wire is easy to assemble and often meant to be used with T-posts. 

3. Woven wire – comes in many different sizes and its advantage over all other fencing material is its security. If you are having problems with security then stop by one of our Orange Madison Co-Op locations to talk to the experts in fencing.   

4. Boards – looking to give your farm / home a bit of elegance and simplicity? Then board fencing is what you are looking for. With this type of fencing, you will place a post every 8’ and run 3 to 4 boards horizontally. Its flexibility will let you run your fence through the hills and curves, as needed. This product can be left in its natural color or can be painted any color you select; either way your estate will have a warm country welcome upon arriving.  

5. Electric Fencing - a barrier that uses electric shocks to deter animals from crossing a boundary. Once most animals have learned of the unpleasant consequences of touching the fence they tend to avoid it for considerable periods of time, even when it is inactive

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