At the end of WWII, farmers in Tennessee decided they needed to form their own cooperative. The Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, in combination with 33 other county owned associations, created the Tennessee Farmers Cooperative in Columbia, Tennessee. The coop later moved to LaVergne, Tennessee.
The coop (often referred to as Coop Feeds) is a federated agricultural supply cooperative. The company offers a wide range of farm and livestock products, including crop protection products, fertilizers, and seeds; animal health products, including antibiotics, animal identification products, cattle products, cattle vaccines, dairy products, equine products, goat and sheep products, human products, instruments, pet products, premise products, poultry products, and swine products. In addition, the company provides farming apparel and associated farm equipment.
Tennessee Farmers Cooperative services customers in Missouri, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee.