We Are Hiring!
Seasonal Work The fall harvest season is quickly approaching. All American Co-op is hiring additional seasonal employees to help us handle the additional traffic and work load that comes with the fall harvest season. It is important to us that we are able to offer exceptional customer service to our co-op members. We have several […]
Spring Planting Decisions in August?
Larry Veith, Seed Specialist, Elgin email@example.com (507) 923-5628 Where has the summer gone? It seems like just yesterday we were wondering if we were ever going to get into the field, and now we are already planning for harvest and yes, spring planting for 2019, or at least you should be. Every year brings its’ […]
Agricultural trade issues continue to garner a substantial amount of media attention.
SE Minnesota Forage Council Field Day-August 2nd
Aug. 2 Southeast Minnesota Forage Council Field Day Features Tours, Forage Feeding – Highlights: New Heifer Barn & Field Tours, Educational Sessions, Equipment – Farmers are invited to trek through a new heifer barn with state-of-the-art technology as well as tour alfalfa fields and learn the latest in feeding forages during the Thursday, Aug. 2, […]
Offices Closed July 4th
We WILL be open on July 5th and 6th In the midst of parades, fireworks, BBQs, and celebrations this week, I hope we all remember to bow our heads for true reflection on the why of July 4th. Celebrate safe everyone! –The Illinois Farm Girl
Open House-Elgin Agronomy Center July 10th
Open House-July 10th-5 PM to 8 pm All American Co-op is pleased to announce the opening of its new agronomy center near Elgin, MN. All American Co-op began operations out of this facility during the spring of 2018. At the new agronomy center, they receive bulk fertilizer in by trucks. The fertilizer is then precision […]
Critical Control Points (CCP) of Alfalfa Haylage
Callie Courtney, Forage Specialist, All American Co-op firstname.lastname@example.org (563) 880-3080 CCP 1 Decision Making Identify who is the decision maker to start and stop the harvest and ensiling process. Who will make decisions regarding whether certain loads of forage are included in the bunker/pile or separated for feeding Immediately. BOTTOM LINE – Identify the decision […]
Collaboration for Forage Success!
with Jesse Fox and Veiths Custom Choppers, Goodhue, MN Why is harvesting quality forage such a big deal? “Producers are making a huge investment in variety selection, fertilizer application, and crop protection choices to get the crop to the finish line. When our crew pulls into their field, we want to make sure that the […]
June is Dairy Month
Bill Hammel, Dairy Specialist email@example.com (507) 273-1882 Once again it’s time to salute dairy farmers across the nation for their supreme efforts in providing all of us with nutritious/tasty foods which is necessary for proper nutrition, both here and abroad. Despite the economic shortcomings of the past couple of years, there are still 455,000 milk […]