Co-op Supply Everett

Co-op Supply Everett Member-owned co-operative, serving Snohomish County from backyard to barnyard! Everett Co-op Supply's friendly, knowledgeable staff can help with a wide range of farm, ranch, garden, yard, and pet supply needs!

Operating as usual

When the tomatoes arrive, it means summer is on the way, right?
04/18/2021

When the tomatoes arrive, it means summer is on the way, right?

April 11th is National Pet Day - and during the month of April, Natural Balance Pet Foods is offering a $5 donation for ...
04/11/2021
Natural Pet Food | Natural Balance

April 11th is National Pet Day - and during the month of April, Natural Balance Pet Foods is offering a $5 donation for each 22-30# bag of dog food sold, and/or 10-15# bags of cat food sold, to our local shelter -- come on in and get a great deal on an excellent pet food, and help animals in need, at the same time!

https://www.naturalbalanceinc.com/

At Natural Balance, we know the dog and cat food you feed your pet is important. That's why most of our formulas include limited ingredients to let your pet thrive.

03/18/2021

The Legend of the P***y Willow

According to an old Polish legend, many springtimes ago a mother cat was crying at the bank of the river in which her kittens were drowning. The willows at the river’s edge longed to help her, so they swept their long graceful branches into the waters to rescue the tiny kittens who had fallen into the river while chasing butterflies. The kittens gripped on tightly to their branches and were safely brought to shore. Each springtime since, goes the legend, the willow branches sprout tiny fur-like buds at their tips where the tiny kittens once clung.

Artist Rose Mary Berlin

Mason Bees are in! https://crownbees.com/super-pollinators-spring If you have a garden, blueberry bushes, or fruit trees...
02/25/2021
Mason Bees are the Super Pollinators of Spring

Mason Bees are in! https://crownbees.com/super-pollinators-spring If you have a garden, blueberry bushes, or fruit trees, you'll be amazed at the production boost these super-pollinators give you!

Among the first bees to fly in cool, wet spring weather, spring mason bees are perfect for pollinating fruit and nut orchards and berry patches. The mason bees that we sell are native across North America and they are excellent local pollinators. Mason bees are super cross-pollinators that can doubl...

Egg-eating can be a stubborn and persistent behavior that's very difficult to break -- but here are some suggestions, if...
01/22/2021
Chickens Eating Eggs: 10 Ways to Stop or Prevent It - Backyard Poultry

Egg-eating can be a stubborn and persistent behavior that's very difficult to break -- but here are some suggestions, if you've got an egg-eater in your flock.

By keeping nesting boxes dark, providing enough protien in their diet, and collecting eggs often will help reduce chickens eating eggs.

Owls!
01/18/2021

Owls!

Wondering what to do with your flock matriarchs?
01/15/2021
Alternatives to Culling Chickens - Backyard Poultry

Wondering what to do with your flock matriarchs?

My oldest chicken is eight years old. She still manages to pop out a handful of eggs a year, but they’re usually wrinkled and a bit misshapen with thin shells. She certainly isn’t winning any awards for egg production and we can’t rely on her for breakfast any longer!

We're open our regular hours on New Year's Eve, but will be closed January 1st, in observance of New Year's Day. Happy N...
12/31/2020

We're open our regular hours on New Year's Eve, but will be closed January 1st, in observance of New Year's Day.

Happy New Year, everyone!

We're open our regular hours on New Year's Eve, but will be closed January 1st, in observance of New Year's Day.

Happy New Year, everyone!

Guess who gets his stove pellets at the Co-op...
12/20/2020

Guess who gets his stove pellets at the Co-op...

Guess who gets his stove pellets at the Co-op...

Shopping local!
12/06/2020

Shopping local!

"They look up at us doing the drift and you could see their jaws drop. " #michaelbellart #wordsbysuzannettleship #zamaramagallery #dteverett #nowshowing

Shop local, for Small Business Saturday, November 28th!Any customer who buys a Scratch and Peck product at our store on ...
11/23/2020

Shop local, for Small Business Saturday, November 28th!

Any customer who buys a Scratch and Peck product at our store on 11/28 can email a copy of their receipt to Scratch and Peck Feeds, and be entered to win one of 50 automatic coop door openers!

Some days we just need a snuggle...
11/15/2020

Some days we just need a snuggle...

Rate cuteness from 1-10 😍

The November flyer is out!
11/12/2020

The November flyer is out!

Ever see something that makes you just wanna go "awwwwww!" We did! This is Caitie and her chicken Stacy, and we think th...
10/13/2020

Ever see something that makes you just wanna go "awwwwww!" We did! This is Caitie and her chicken Stacy, and we think they are pretty darn cute! Show us your photos with your animal friends!

Our flyer runs through Oct 18th!
10/08/2020

Our flyer runs through Oct 18th!

Hey, horse people - we've had some rain, and now the sun is back! If your horses are on pasture and prone to founder, it...
09/28/2020
Preventing Fall Founder - Horse Illustrated

Hey, horse people - we've had some rain, and now the sun is back! If your horses are on pasture and prone to founder, it's a good time to keep a close eye on things.
https://www.horseillustrated.com/horse-health-preventing-fall-founder

In these cooler fall months, a bit of rain and a burst of the last remaining summer warmth can cause a growth spurt in your pasture. This sudden increase in rich grass can put your horse at risk for founder in the fall. Here are some tips to prevent this seasonal problem. Founder, medically known .....

We'll be closed on Monday, September 7th, in observation of Labor Day. Have a safe and fun holiday, all!
09/06/2020

We'll be closed on Monday, September 7th, in observation of Labor Day. Have a safe and fun holiday, all!

08/30/2020
Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardens for Western Washington | Snohomish County | Washington State University

Did you know your gardening doesn't have to be coming to an end? There are still a variety of things you can plant and grow during the upcoming fall and winter, in our area!
https://extension.wsu.edu/snohomish/fall-and-winter-vegetable-gardens-for-western-washington/

Western Washington has generally cool summers and mild winters in most locations. At altitudes below 1000′ frost in the soil is rare and can usually be prevented with a light mulch on the soil surface. This combination of weather conditions allows home gardeners to produce satisfactory crops of ma...

August sale!
08/13/2020

August sale!

Weatherman says that we've got another round of hot weather coming our way. Hot weather makes some plants "bolt" or, put...
07/24/2020
What Is Bolting: What It Means When A Plant Bolts

Weatherman says that we've got another round of hot weather coming our way. Hot weather makes some plants "bolt" or, put out flowers sooner then expected, making it difficult or impossible to harvest. Here is an article about why plants do it, and how to help prevent it, so you can enjoy your planted vegetables and herbs longer.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/vgen/what-is-bolting-what-it-means-when-a-plant-bolts.htm#:~:text=Most%20plants%20bolt%20due%20to,survival%20mechanism%20in%20a%20plant.

You may have been reading an article that said to watch for a plant bolting or a description of a plant that has bolted. If you are unfamiliar with the term, you can find information about bolting in vegetables here.

Whew! It's been a hot couple of days, and we for one, are happy for the slight cooling today. However, with the heat, th...
07/22/2020
When is the Best Time to Water Your Garden?

Whew! It's been a hot couple of days, and we for one, are happy for the slight cooling today. However, with the heat, the plants are in constant need of water, especially those pots that are in the full sun.

So when is the best time to water for the best benefit for your garden and water consumption? Multiple sources recommend watering in the early morning.

Here is a great article explaining why you should get up a little early to take care of your plants.

https://www.epicgardening.com/best-time-to-water-garden/

Knowing the best time to water a vegetable garden is critical to getting the best results. It's easy once you understand a few simple gardening concepts...

Still trying to salvage those tomato plants in spite of the weather? Here's some help!
07/10/2020
Solved! How to Overcome 11 Common Tomato Plant Problems

Still trying to salvage those tomato plants in spite of the weather? Here's some help!

Having a problem with the tomato plants that don’t grow well? This guide on tomato plant problems can help you to identify the problem and solve it.

We're closed on Saturday, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day. We'll open again at 10 AM, Sunday July 5th. Have ...
07/03/2020

We're closed on Saturday, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day. We'll open again at 10 AM, Sunday July 5th. Have a safe and happy 4th, everyone!

06/03/2020

We have chicks!! Red and gold sexlinks, dominant copper marans, and novagen reds. (Rhode island red hybrid) We also have some Freedom Ranger slow meat broilers.

Prices range from $3.49-$4.99

Address

2901 State Street
Everett, WA
98201

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm

Telephone

(425) 259-5571

Products

Farm supplies, feed, fertilizer, yard, garden, hardware, fencing, pet supplies

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Hard working, Wonderful People. Knowledgeable willing to help. Love the Everett Co-op 💯💯💯💯💯💯💯Thank you
Do you know of a donation truck heading over to E. WA? I heard they are in desperate need of hay.
Do you have or will you be getting in any female Welsh Harlequin ducklings????
Is there a place on line where I can look at your sale ads on ine?
Do you have any bantams in right now? Or do you have a them coming in soon?
Thanks for being open today even tho its snowing. Our little homestead critters are much happier now!! Fresh shavings and food, straw for their mudholes! We small farmers rely heavily on your store to keep us in "the stuffs" and appreciate yall staying open in crap weather even tho your warehouse is cooooolllllldddd. THANKS SO MUCH!!
Friendly& knowledgeable! I love this place & it's peoples!!
Thanks to the livestock panels that I got from y'all, I was able to easily able to put up 100 feet of fencing, by myself, in just a couple of hours.
Does the Co-op supply sell concrete bricks for landscape projects?
The greatest!❤️ Thanks for All that you do!
Hens welcomed in my new blue wyondottes...8 weeks old now. Thank you.
Thank you for letting Mr. Rooster ride on our Klahaya Days parade float.