The Alceco board of Directors is pleased to authorize a cash revolvement of $1.3 million to its members.
This is the November 2016 Newsletter
Researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences have received a grant to design a low-cost, integrated system that can identify and screen for high-yielding, deeper-rooted crops.
The Ag Partners Fonda location will be unable to take grain Feb. 6-10 because of repair work.
The current pace of corn consumption indicates corn prices may stay in the price range from $3.40 - $3.70 for the next several weeks.
Winter is here and snow and icy roads will increase the risk for accidents.
For many homeowners a power outage may be viewed as just and inconvenience with some potential repair cost associated with it. But for a lot of livestock operations, a power outage has the potential to be a very costly event.
Ag Partners Precision Ag Technicians Brett Peelen and Derek Haupert discuss how you can upgrade your planter to best suit your needs.
When taking into account an increase in projected gasoline consumption in 2017 and robust ethanol export levels, the ability to surpass this projection is a strong possibility.
Safety is the name of the game when trying to clean up following storms.
Consumers will likely be paying slightly more to gas up their vehicles and heat their homes in 2017.
Village Northwest Unlimited, a nonprofit organization based in Sheldon, was recently awarded matching grants from Alceco, a farmer-owned cooperative, and the Land O’Lakes Foundation.
The Sutherland Fire Department was recently awarded matching grants from Alceco, a farmer-owned cooperative, and the Land O'Lakes Foundation.
The potential for strong South American soybean export competition in the second half of the marketing year is the limiting factor in expanded U.S. soybean exports.
Agricultural producer sentiment about the industry's economy improved substantially in November.
Have a holly, jolly and safe green holiday.
With harvest winding down and manure application underway, it's a good time to remember manure safety.
InSiteCDM, Ag Partners' proprietary data management program can show you how. Click here for more information.
The Sac City Public Library was awarded funds which will be used next summer to fund six arts and crafts-based programs through the months of June – August.
Gehlen Catholic was awarded funding to be used to assist the school in helping update their physical science curriculum. The physical science curriculum includes agriculture, chemistry and physics.
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship again reminds farmers that grain impacted by river flooding may be considered adulterated by the Food and Drug Administration. Grain that has been determined to be adulterated cannot be used for feed or food.
The fundraiser raised funds for the Clay Central Everly MavPack program, which provides weekend meals for kids in need.
Fall harvest and texting do not mix.