Farmers' Electric Cooperative is a Member-Owned business providing rural electric service to residents in nine North Missouri counties: Caldwell, Carroll, Chariton, Clinton, Daviess, Dekalb, Livingston, Linn, and Ray. With headquarters in Chillicothe, Missouri, we currently serve more than 10,000 Members with 13,000 meters and 3,700 miles of electric power lines.
We are guided by a simple mission statement: Safety, Member-Owner, Delivery of Power. We are committed to the safety of our employees, Members, and our communities. We work for our Member-Owners and reflect their values. On Delivery of Power, we are committed to our Members and our co-workers to provide services vital to the lives of others.
Wheeling, Missouri is located in eastern Livingston County. Wheeling was laid out in 1865 and was named by its founder, Henry Nay, for his native town of Wheeling, West Virginia.
2020 Census: 220.
The village of Rothville, Missouri is located in Chariton County. Rothville was laid out in 1883 and named for its pioneer founder, John Roth.
2020 Census: 92.
Pattonsburg, Missouri is located in Daviess County. The plat of Pattonsburg is filed under the name of Elm Flat. Elm Flat was incorporated in 1877.
2020 Census: 314.
Laclede, Missouri is located in Linn County. Laclede was platted in 1853 and named in honor of Pierre Laclede, the founder of St. Louis. 2020
The Village of Jameson, Missouri is located in Daviess County. Jameson was incorporated in 1876.
2020 Census: 73.
Hale, Missouri is located in Carroll County. Hale was laid out in 1883 and named for Judge John B. Hale of Carrollton, Missouri.
2020 Census: 375.
Coffey, Missouri is located in Daviess County. Coffey was platted in 1856 and originally platted under the name Salem.
2020 Census: 151.