Sanitation and Snow
Makaila Klejeski, Calf & Heifer Specialist, Purina Animal Nutrition firstname.lastname@example.org (507) 676-2316 It’s beginning to look a lot like winter. While the temperatures decrease, so does our patience. Hutches are still a very common source of calf housing; with that said, imagine standing in the dark with negative temperatures numbing your fingers and toes. Let’s top that off with bottle feeding […]
Looking Back at 2018 & Ahead to 2019
Gary Suess, Precision Ag Specialist email@example.com (507) 273-7043 As we move into the last few weeks of 2018 and review this year’s growing season, one thing was clear: farming in 2018 has been a challenge from start to finish. We started the year with a wet spring that made getting our crops planted timely a daunting task. A hot […]
From the Seed Shed – Tough Decisions Getting Tougher
Larry Veith, Seed Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org (507) 923-5628 As we wrap up the 2018 harvest season and begin to prepare for the 2019 cropping year, I am sure many of you are asking the following question to yourselves and neighbors; “what the heck happened to the crop in 2018?” After experiencing some of the best crop yields in both corn and soybeans […]
Celebrating the Meaning of Christmas
Brent Vorpagel, Feed Department Manager email@example.com (507) 533-4222 As many of you know I love the Christmas season and the importance of celebrating the true meaning of Christmas. Every year it seems like we celebrate less of the true meaning and more of what we have made Christmas into. The true meaning of Christmas is simple on the surface yet […]
2018 Annual Shareholders Meeting Report
Glenn Lutteke, General Manager firstname.lastname@example.org (507) 533-4222 Highlights from the financial report for All American Co-op’s fiscal year ending June 30, 2018 are as follows. All American Co-op closed the year with company sales at $68,509,924. Other operating receipts were at $6,660,766 for the 2017-18 fiscal year end. Local margins were $1,196,122. Net margins were $1,319,849. Checks totaling $277,571 were distributed at […]
Holiday Hours at All American Co-op
All locations of All American Co-op will be closing at noon on Monday, December 24th. No feed deliveries will be scheduled for this day. All locations of All American Co-op will be closed Tuesday, December 25th and Tuesday, January 1st. We wish you and your family a happy holiday season.
2019 Scholarship Applications now Available!
College Scholarships Available All American Co-op is proud to continue our scholarship program. Multiple college scholarships to students furthering their education in an ag-related field of study are available for 2019. To view or print the application please click here. All parts of the application are due to All American Co-op by March 15, 2019. […]
Planning for Success-Weaning Time
Mark Werner, Livestock Production Specialist email@example.com (507) 990-8235 Weaning, and the timeline revolving around it, is the most stressful time in a calf’s life. Having a well thought out plan in place can set those claves up for a lifetime of success, and cattle never get over a great start! Having a proper facility to […]
Winter is coming, are you ready?
Kayti Lyseth, Dairy Production Specialist, Purina Animal Nutrition firstname.lastname@example.org (320) 385-0699 Now that fall harvest is wrapped up and the choppers are put back in the shed, it’s time to prepare for what Minnesota is known for, winter. Often times when the harvest crew is in full swing one of the most important part of […]