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Steve Becraft, the cooperative’s COO, will assume the President and CEO role on July 1, 2021, following the retirement of Jeff Stroburg.
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.
Industry consolidation has meant fewer retailers have at least 100 stores to their name. Find out which companies had the most outlets in 2020.
Unlike the other categories within the CropLife 100, crop nutrients ended up losing both sales and market share in 2020.
This compares to net income of $177.9 million in the first quarter of fiscal year 2020.
Although 2020 wasn’t that in focus for many segments of agriculture, crop protection products found a clear path to market gains.
Although anticipation was high for 2020, the seed category saw a very lackluster sales year for the CropLife 100 retailers.
Among ag retail machine manufacturers, you had to be larger to see your way to market share gains.
VantagePoint crop performance will deliver high quality products to optimize inputs, increase yields, and lower costs.
Following a challenging year in 2019, the category clearly gained ground this growing season.
Despite myriad cloud-filled challenges and plenty of market blurriness, the nation’s top retailers still brought many profits into focus this year.
Three new million-gallon tanks add efficiency to Pacific Northwest distribution facility.