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Rockingham CooperativeProudly serving agriculture since 1921
Rockingham Cooperative is headquartered in Harrisonburg, Virginia, with retail stores in Harrisonburg, Bridgewater, Elkton, Timberville, Woodstock, Monterey, Waynesboro, Stuarts Draft, Verona, Troutville, Wirtz, and Strasburg, Virginia. We are retail farm and consumer products stores with a presence in Rockingham, Shenandoah, Augusta, Highland, Botetourt and Franklin counties. Rockingham Cooperative does business in over 7 states in the Mideastern region of the United States.
Supplies for All Farming Operations
Ag & Farm Supply – with retail locations from Strasburg down to Franklin County, Rockingham Cooperative has the presence and knowledge to help your farm operation grow and prosper no matter your farm size, operation, or location. We succeed with our members and appreciate the opportunity to serve you for your agricultural needs.
ACE Hardware – “ACE is the place with the helpful hardware folks” and there’s no better place to visit than your local Rockingham Cooperative ACE Hardware. With eight ACE Hardware locations (Harrisonburg, Bridgewater, Strasburg, Monterey, Stuarts Draft, Waynesboro, Verona, & Troutville) Rockingham Cooperative is the helpful place for your next home project. Shop with us for everything from that hard-to-find part to your lawn & garden supplies, and even power tools, paint, and everything in between. Shop online for our ACE Hardware department items, select “Pick Up In-Store” and we’ll have your items waiting for you!
Rockingham Cooperative’s Mission
As a farmer-owned cooperative, we serve as a resource to exceed our customers’ expectations by providing goods and services that enable us to invest in our valued employees, facilities, and the community!
From Our Board
” Agriculture is the backbone of our cooperative and every decision our board of directors makes is with the best interest of our membership at heart. On behalf of the entire Board of Directors serving Rockingham Cooperative members from Pennsylvania to Georgia, we’re proud to represent each and every one of you and vow to make the business decisions of the cooperative with our collective member’s best interests at heart. “
– Mike Humphries
Rockingham Cooperative Board of Directors
President ’19 – ’21
Support for our Communities
Sharing knowledge and time to benefit the communities we live and work in
Each year, we are pleased to offer special incentives, promotions and opportunities in support of these programs, including 0% Financing (until the first check is received) on products within our feed, feeding equipment, animal health and show supply departments. The 4-H/FFA 0% Financing Program is available to any 4-H/FFA member showing market livestock during the current show/show year. Find out more by clicking here.
Market Animal College
Rockingham Cooperative is proud to be able to provide this immersive 4-H & FFA livestock showman experience each year to any youth interested in showing livestock. All ages are invited to participate in this full-day event. Click here to find out more.
Accounts & Forms
See your account balance, pay your bill online, and download/fill-out applicable forms for your account by clicking here.
Come back often to see up-to-date articles relating to the agricultural industry or announcements relevant to our members/customers.
The following is an excerpt from the Kentucky Dairy Development Council's newsletter that provided an overview of the efforts, led by Rockingham Cooperative, to send Virginia sourced agricultural products to the rural areas of Kentucky following the devastating...
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