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 UNION COUNTY CO-OP


 
 
 
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Welcome
 
 
UNION COUNTY CO-OP  

 About Us

Union County Co-op was incorporated as Union County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, Inc. on March 15, 1930, to "engage in any activity in connection with marketing, selling, manufacturing, etc.and in handling of any agricultural products and supplies for patrons of Union County.  This is to be a Non-Profit-Cooperative.  All savings after expenses are distributed to patrons in the form of cash, common stock, etc." according to their first document.
 

Union County Co-op is Co-owner of Union County Propane LLC. Union County Propane LLC was formed as a partnership with Shelby County Co-op in 2007 to serve patrons in Union County as well as surrounding areas.

 

Hours of operation:
Monday- Friday
8:00am-5:00pm
Saturday
8:00am- 12:00pm

 

 

  

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Union County Propane, LLC
 

 

 UNION COUNTY PROPANE, LLC  

Union County Propane, LLC began operating on July 1, 2007 as a distributor of bulk propane for home heating and farm propane needs. 
Please call the office at (765) 458-5141 or (800) 348-2667 for further details.
     

 
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