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Connections

We believe in what you do. And we put your equity to work every day with a portfolio that supports every aspect of your operation, and an unwavering commitment to your success — however you measure it.

SAFETY TIPS

We believe in a progressive safety culture that protects our employees and farmer-owners by providing top-notch facilities, proper safety equipment and continuing education. Our priority is to get everyone back to their families each and every night.

09/23/2021

The fall season is upon us, bringing with it a busy and hectic harvest season. It’s important for all farm equipment operators to remain alert at all times to avoid accidents. With the finish line close, it's tempting to skip steps, but we encourage you to take the time to do things safely. Below are…

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03/03/2021

As we begin to approach more spring like weather, below are a few tips to remember while driving: We still can get some snowfall, which means the warm spring sun can melt ice and snow near the road. This melt water can freeze when the sun stops shining on it and the temperatures drop below…

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12/31/2020

As farmers begin to move grain out of storage during the winter months, here are a few reminders and safety measures to practice while working around grain: Keep children out of grain bins, beds, and wagons at all times. Grain flow can cover them before anyone realizes what is happening. Lock out the control circuit…

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11/11/2020

Winter is here! Check out these helpful tips in how you can keep your home safe and prepared for the winter months ahead! Test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and change the batteries: Are there batteries in them? Are the batteries current? Batteries lose their charge. Make a habit of changing batteries-some people use daylight…

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RECENT BLOG POSTS

05/10/2022

Market Recap Corn and beans have had a decent pull back over the last 7 days, with funds being sellers. Funds are sellers due to weather, China lockdowns, and global recession. US corn planting progress came in at 22% complete, down from 64% last year and 50% on a 5-year average. Beans came in this…

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08/06/2021

My name is PAYTON STEVENS, and I am from Polk Nebraska. I grew up on my family farm outside of Hordville where we raise corn, soybeans, cattle, and buffalo. I am currently going to be a senior at Concordia University. There I am studying Business Administration with a concentration in Agribusiness. I am also part…

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07/29/2021

My name is WESTON FRANK, and I am interning at the Tyndall, SD location as an agronomy intern. I will be beginning my senior year as an agronomy major at South Dakota State University this fall, and I will graduate next spring. My internship with Aurora Coop this summer is my first internship that I…

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