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Notes from the Seed Shed: Reminders for Spring 2019
4/12/2019
Notes from the Seed Shed: Reminders for Spring 2019

In the coming weeks, your seed salesperson should have hopefully contacted you regarding spring seed distribution. Please make arrangements if you plan on picking up seed or having it delivered this spring. Here are a few reminders from the seed team…

Spring Load Limit Restrictions Released
3/15/2019
Spring Load Limit Restrictions Released

The Minnesota Department of Transportation and surrounding county highway departments have released spring road restrictions beginning Friday, March 15th. 

Change Offers Opportunity
3/30/2018
Change Offers Opportunity

Jon Schmitz, Agronomy Sales Manager jschmitz@allamericancoop.com (507) 434-0016 Benjamin Franklin has been quoted as saying, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”  With April 17th closing in,  we certainly know that there is a whole lot of truth to that and we all know that at some point our life here on […]

Feed at Night Calve During the Day
3/16/2018
Feed at Night Calve During the Day

Feeding cows later in the day and evening will increase the number of calves born during daylight hours.

An Estimate of March 1 Corn Stocks
3/13/2018
An Estimate of March 1 Corn Stocks

On March 29, the USDA will release the Quarterly Grain Stocks report.

Agronomy Center Ready for Spring
3/2/2018
Agronomy Center Ready for Spring

Have you been following the progress? All American Co-op Progressive Ag Center is very excited for Spring 2018 to get here. Spring is always an exciting time of year for our employees and our customers. After what seems to have been a very long winter, we finally get to put all of the planning we […]

I Can We Will
2/16/2018
I Can We Will

All American Co-op will celebrate National FFA Week, Feb. 17-24, 2018. This FFA Week embraces more than 90 years of FFA traditions while looking forward to the organization’s future. More than 653,000 members will participate in National FFA Week activities at local, state and national levels. These members have a passion for agriculture. Designated a […]

Main Course Project
2/16/2018
Main Course Project

Brent Vorpagel, Feed Department Manager vorpagel@allamericancoop.com (507) 533-4222 I feel very blessed to work in agriculture and live in a rural community. It is hard to explain but the agricultural and rural community have deep roots in helping others out when there is a need. A prime example of this is the relationship between All […]

What Goes Around Comes Around
2/16/2018
What Goes Around Comes Around

Dan Klavetter, Agronomy Sales, Plainview dklavetter@allamericancoop.com (507) 272-0157   Farming is quite cyclical. From the cropping seasons we go through, to the fluctuation in commodity pricing, things are always changing. As we work through the leaner times in agriculture, I believe preparation is the biggest key to success. One way to prepare is by locking […]

Precision Ag Advancements
2/16/2018
Precision Ag Advancements

Drew Underdahl, Precision Ag Specialist dunderdahl@allamericancoop.com (507) 696-4693 In 2014, located in the Salinas Valley, CA a robot named Potato, created by Jorge Heraud, was tested on its ability to thin baby lettuce plants so the hardiest ones had space to grow. Potato looks like a large Metal Pez dispenser laid sideways, attached to the […]

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