All locations closed on Monday, September 7th
Independence Day Holiday
Our locations will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance of the 4th of July holiday.
Prepaid storage program now available for fall 2020
In addition to our current grain storage options, All American Co-op has launched a new, prepaid program for the fall of 2020. Participants in the program are guaranteed storage from September 1st, 2020 to December 31st, 2020 at $0.20 / bu.
After Hours Drop Box Now Available in Stewartville
This drop box is for paperwork and payments to be left with us outside of normal business hours, or if you are just swinging through Stewartville and don’t have another need to come in the office.
Employee Milestones and New Employees
Welcome New Employees! Keith Mercer began at the end of July as a full-time Grain Operation Laborer in the Stewartville location after a three year hiatus from working with the co-op. Keith is a re-hire that has worked in a few departments with All American CO-op. Keith is from Chatfield and graduated from Chosen Valley […]
Yearend Grain Department Reminders
Many customers do not know that we have the ability to set up a direct deposit. With direct deposit activated on your account, funds will be released to your account automatically on Thursday, January 2nd. To set up direct deposit, please give me a call in Stewartville by Monday, December 23rd.
“You better make hay while the sun shines”
Moving forward in the growing season, there are some things to consider. I would encourage you to go out and evaluate the stand. Are there certain hybrids or varieties that are struggling to germinate compared to others? Is there leafing out underneath the soil due to marginal planting conditions?
“Working with you”: The Daley Grind
The agronomy side of the farming industry isn’t the only facet that was effected by the spring weather. As dairymen and beef producers started to run out of feed this spring, they were forced to rely on forage rations earlier than anticipated, resulting in an overall shortage in availability. Beyond cutting into the stored forage they already had, they were also forced to be patient while waiting to harvest a dry first crop.
Notes from HR
HR Notes for January Cheryl Simpson, HR Director W-2’s will be sent out before the end of January. Please make sure the address on your paystub is correct as this is the address they will be sent to. 1095-C’s are due to employees by March 4th. These will be coming in the mail from All […]
St. Charles Seasonal Operation Notice
The January/February issue of our Co-operative Link will contain the following statement regarding seasonal operation of our Saint Charles location. Please direct all questions to Glenn. “Our Saint Charles location will be open seasonally this spring for anhydrous ammonia pickup and delivery. We will continue to utilize our warehouse, fertilizer storage, shop and office space […]
All American Gives to our Communities
Results from the 2018 Food Drive Nichol Arndorfer, Central Feed Order Coordinator & Food Drive Coordinator All American Co-op’s 2018 Food Drive had another successful year. Our company collected a total of 131 lbs of non-perishable goods, which were dropped off at the Plainview-Elgin Food Shelf in Elgin and the Wykoff Food Shelf at St. […]
Looking Forward in Feed
Looking Forward in Feed Brent Vorpagel, Feed Department Manager As we look to the new year the state of the dairy industry is a constant topic of discussion. With increased operating cost and decreased milk prices dairy producers have been losing money for more than 4 years with no relief expected in 2019. This has […]
Post Harvest Grain News
Post Harvest Grain News Todd Stockdale, Grain Manager There isn’t much for excitement for grain this time of year. Harvest is over and the crews are doing after harvest deep cleaning and making lists of future repair and maintenance issues to be addressed. Full time grain department personnel are moving and blending grain for shipping. […]
January Message from the General Manager
Message from Glenn Glenn Lutteke, General Manager The mission and vision statements developed by our employees and management were approved by our board of directors at their December meeting. The board of directors were very impressed with the work and effort of our employees to put the statements together. Having something where all employees had […]
December Message from the General Manager
Message from Glenn Glenn Lutteke, General Manager Our fall season is complete, and the holiday season is on our doorstep. Reflecting back on this fall we had a long drawn-out fall season. Weather played a huge factor with the rain in October and below normal cold in November freezing the ground earlier than normal. The […]
December Employee Milestones
December Anniversaries Matt Kimm 12/1 1 year Brent Lunning 12/1 3 years Jeff Anderson 12/12 23 years Jamison Schneckloth 12/14 1 year Nick Doherty 12/19 2 years Amos Prudoehl 12/23 3 years Jared Tabor 12/26 6 years Callie Courtney 12/29 1 year Dan Klavetter 12/31 4 years Welcome New Employees! Luke Prudoehl is a […]
Feed Department Notes
Feed department notes Brent Vorpagel, Feed Department Manager Christmas and New Year’s Day are fast approaching. This means back to back short work weeks for the feed department. While we welcome the opportunity to celebrate with family and friends it does make for some challenges to get ingredients in, feed made and feed delivered out […]