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Madico Made


At the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to promote the assets that strengthen our local economy and give us a competitive advantage at the state and regional level. The MADICO MADE program is the Chamber’s key marketing initiative that aims to do just that by celebrating the people, places, and products that make Madison County unique.

MADICO MADE enables the Chamber to cohesively brand the community’s superior products, businesses, and talent while encouraging consumers to support our member businesses and organizations. 

We encourage the greater Madison County community to support all things MADICO MADE first before going elsewhere. We encourage the public to "SHOP MADICO MADE," "HIRE MADICO MADE," "EAT MADICO MADE," and the list goes on.

Only Chamber member businesses that are located in Madison County are eligible to become MADICO MADE Ambassadors. Our growing list of innovative MADICO MADE Ambassadors serve as the face of the brand. 

This means that they can proudly display the logo on their products and any promotional materials, enjoy an elevated marketing platform through the Chamber,  and also have easy access to expert resources for member-to-member collaborations and strategic partnerships with like-minded businesses for shared success.

Please follow MADICO MADE on Instagram and visit our website regularly for a full list of participating MADICO MADE ambassadors and their products. Whether you want to support these ambassadors or become one yourself, the Chamber is eager to help you experience the difference MADICO MADE makes in our community.

Meet Our Ambassadors

MADICO MADE Agriculture Industry Promotional Spotlights

Cindy Jones - Crazy J Farms

Kalie Blevins - Bold Spring Blooms


The Madison County Chamber of Commerce and the Madison County Cooperative Extension Service conducted the first annual MADICO MADE Recipe Contest for Madison County youth, Kindergarten through 12th grade. Youth cooks submitted an original recipe featuring ingredients that Madison County farmers produce - examples included chicken, eggs, dairy, beef, pork, strawberries, blueberries, honey, wheat, etc. This contest was offered through our gracious sponsors: Beck Farms, Four Star Meats, Iron Pin Ranch, Moon Farms, and The Naked Farmer.

Contestants were asked to design their healthy recipe as well as take a picture with the completed dish they made. Contest winners were recognized and awarded prizes. This book contains all submitted recipes. Congratulations to the following winners:

  • Beau Knight, K-3rd Grade Category
  • Olivia West, 4th-6th Grade Category
  • Braydon Waldroup, 7th & 8th Grade Category
  • Clayton Adams, 9th-12th Grade Category

Click here to view the recipes.