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Producers Cooperative

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1800 N Texas Ave, Bryan, TX 77803
http://www.producerscooperative.com
(979) 778-6000
 
History: Producers Cooperative Association was formed in 1943. It has become one of the largest member-owned local agricultural supply cooperatives in the nation. Visionary leaders, loyal members and dedicated employees have worked together to build...read more
History: Producers Cooperative Association was formed in 1943. It has become one of the largest member-owned local agricultural supply cooperatives in the nation. Visionary leaders, loyal members and dedicated employees have worked together to build a sustainable cooperative. 1940s...Brazos County Producers Cooperative Association chartered at least 17 members who loaded grain from boxcars to feed primarily turkeys and chickens. The first year of business. As local dairy business gained momentum, Producers began to meet their feed needs. A locker division also provided members with custom slaughtering and processing for all types of livestock. 1950s...As upland cotton production declined, members began to improve pastures with grasses such as Coastal and Alicia. Producers became a manufactured feed hub for local ranchers. 1960s...Producers took on its current name and moved from downtown Bryan to the present location. A feed mill, warehouse and store were built. As members became more concerned about herd health, Producers expanded its animal health products and farm/ranch equipment lines. 1970s...A fertilizer division was formed in 1973 and in the following year, Producers began delivering fuel. 1980s...In 1982, Producers built the first automated fueling facility in the area. The first "million-dollar year" was in 1984. The locker division was discontinued in 1988 and in 1989, a full-line Garden Center was established. 1990s...An addition to the supply store was built in 1994. Other building projects included the fuel center, petroleum building and fertilizer additions. 21st Century... Producers Cooperative Association has continued to grow while remaining customer-sensitive. With loyal members and an independent philosophy, Producers Cooperative will continue to enhance our members' profitability for years to come. Doing Business With Us: Membership is not necessary to do business with us at PRODUCERS. We invite our friends and neighbors to take full advantage of our experience in the science of agriculture. We foster a friendly, helpful atmosphere at our store and hope you'll find us to give practical, expert advice. Non-member credit accounts are available. Should you desire to set up one of these accounts, please notify our accounting office and we will proceed with that process.
 
 

Business Details

Category

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Feed & Grain Brokers

Hours of Operation

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  • Mon 07:30 AM-05:30 PM
  • Tue 07:30 AM-05:30 PM
  • Wed 07:30 AM-05:30 PM
  • Thu 07:30 AM-05:30 PM
  • Fri 07:30 AM-05:30 PM
  • Sat 07:30 AM-05:30 PM

Additional Information

  • Making Things Grow Since 1943, Liquid Fertilizer & Feed

In Business Since

  • 1943

Customers Served

  • Residential, Commercial

Products & Services

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  • Animal Health Products
  • Garden Equipment
  • Lawn Care Supplies
  • Liquid Feed
  • Liquid Fertilizer

Specialties

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  • PRODUCERS Scholarship Program: Each year, five scholarships totaling $10, 000 are available to graduating seniors in Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Milam, Robertson, Waller and Washington counties. Students are encouraged to apply through their county extension office. Educating Our Friends and Neighbors About Agriculture: From the Ground Up educates our friends and neighbors in the Brazos Valley about agriculture and its impact on their everyday lives. We talk with our members about their agricultural operations, academics about technological advancements and outreach, legislators about issues that impact rural life, and a host of other people who have insight to share about our nation's food and fiber. You can watch the weekly television segment at approximately 6:15 a.m. on Thursdays or during the Saturday 6 o'clock evening news on KBTX- TV 3, Bryan- College Station's CBS affiliate. Awesome Texas Agriculture increases student interest in the vital role that agriculture plays in their daily lives. It complements existing educational formats and allows teachers to easily embrace agricultural themes in the classroom. The latest issue reached thousands of classrooms and homes throughout Texas. Producers Cooperative partnered with other sponsors, the Texas Department of Agriculture and Newspapers in Education.

Payment Options

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  • Debit Cards
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Money Orders
  • Travelers Checks
  • More
  • Insured
 

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History: Producers Cooperative Association was formed in 1943. It has become one of the largest member-owned local agricultural supply cooperatives in the nation. Visionary leaders, loyal members and dedicated employees have worked together to build a sustainable cooperative. 1940s...Brazos County Producers Cooperative Association chartered at least 17 members who loaded grain from boxcars to feed primarily turkeys and chickens. The first year of business. As local dairy business gained momentum, Producers began to meet their feed needs. A locker division also provided members with custom slaughtering and processing for all types of livestock. 1950s...As upland cotton production declined, members began to improve pastures with grasses such as Coastal and Alicia. Producers became a manufactured feed hub for local ranchers. 1960s...Producers took on its current name and moved from downtown Bryan to the present location. A feed mill, warehouse and store were built. As members became more concerned about herd health, Producers expanded its animal health products and farm/ranch equipment lines. 1970s...A fertilizer division was formed in 1973 and in the following year, Producers began delivering fuel. 1980s...In 1982, Producers built the first automated fueling facility in the area. The first "million-dollar year" was in 1984. The locker division was discontinued in 1988 and in 1989, a full-line Garden Center was established. 1990s...An addition to the supply store was built in 1994. Other building projects included the fuel center, petroleum building and fertilizer additions. 21st Century... Producers Cooperative Association has continued to grow while remaining customer-sensitive. With loyal members and an independent philosophy, Producers Cooperative will continue to enhance our members' profitability for years to come. Doing Business With Us: Membership is not necessary to do business with us at PRODUCERS. We invite our friends and neighbors to take full advantage of our experience in the science of agriculture. We foster a friendly, helpful atmosphere at our store and hope you'll find us to give practical, expert advice. Non-member credit accounts are available. Should you desire to set up one of these accounts, please notify our accounting office and we will proceed with that process.