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$25,000 top prize to be given for the most innovative idea.
Overall, the nation’s top ag retailers believe that 2021 will be a “great year” for agriculture when it’s all said and done, according to our recent survey.
Nutrien Ag Solutions delivered a record $109 million in adjusted EBITDA in the first quarter of 2021.
An assessment of the circumstances leading to a dust explosion is underway at the Jefferson, IA, facility.
The CropLife 100 cooperative and Castlen Enterprises have announced significant progress on a new large-scale warehouse distribution center in Owensboro, KY.
In the latest CropLife 100 ranking, eight companies are headquartered in Illinois — the third most of any state.
Steve Becraft, the cooperative’s COO, will assume the President and CEO role on July 1, 2021, following the retirement of Jeff Stroburg.
Despite the constant shake-up from consolidation, Wisconsin-based companies are well represented in the latest CropLife 100 list.
This expansion includes a new 7,500-ton dry fertilizer building equipped with a 24-ton blender and a NTEP certified Auto-Batch blending system.
Strategy is to implement an alternative to traditional mergers and acquisitions for local cooperatives and independent businesses.
Here are a dozen deals that have most impacted the ag retail landscape since 2016.
Fifteen CropLife 100 retailers called The Hawkeye State home in 2020, the most by far of any state. Find out which ones made the cut.
Following the addition of Central Valley Ag Cooperative in December, there are now nine CropLife 100 retailers that have joined the CommoditAg Network.
Despite market concerns, micronutrients have maintained steady support from ag retailers and their grower-customers in recent years.
The 2020 ranking saw 12 retailers either rise or fall at least seven spots, including one Kansas cooperative that skyrocketed up the CropLife 100.
According to the nation’s top ag retailers, growers are mostly “positive” for this year’s financial prospects.