The New Year always bring Change to life, Even at the Federated Co-op Country store in Mora!
The End of 2019 marks the retirement of 2 very distinguished Men from our Team. Byron Anderson , our Cub
But that’s not what I meant! “Have you ever found yourself saying that?” asked Craig Gustafson, Federated’s director of agronomy operations, admitting he’s done just that. It’s easy to mix things up.
“It used to be simple to pick soybean varieties,” said Craig Loen, Federated agronomist at the Osceola location. “Today we need to be knowledgeable of all the technologies available in the marketplace
Nutrient management begins now, according to Matt Kurtz, manager at Federated’s Rush City location. “Pre-buying secures input costs [by locking in prices], and ordering now will secure the tons needed
The one word to describe 2019 for me is “Wow.” What a crazy year it has been. I know many of our patrons are ready to get on with the next decade. As I type that sentence, “Wow” comes to mind again. W
In a year that broke records for precipitation (11 inches above normal at 41.5 inches, as of Dec. 10), it can be difficult to find the silver lining in all the clouds, but Kevin Carlson, Federated’s a
Brian DeVries, Ogilvie Location Manager is retiring on December 31, 2019. Brian started with Federated in the spring of 2004 managing the petroleum operations for Federated. Brian’s accomplishments ea
Today we recognized Corey Nelson for 40 years with the co-op. I think he was hired the day he got his drivers license. For those that do not know Corey, he is a Propane Leader based in Princeton. Cor
The ground is covered with snow, the river waters are high, the barges have stopped, harvest is barely done, and fall fertilizer plans came to a standstill. Now what?
Look back at the past 12+ months