***NOTE*** All United Farmers Cooperative locations will NOT be receiving grain on Sep 1 and Sep 2 and we will NOT be able to issue any grain checks those days. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work through this transaction. United Farmers Cooperative is going through a company wide accounting system change due to the merger.
News You Need to Know about UNITED FARMERS COOPERATIVE
We’re less than a month away before the official start of United Farmers Cooperative, which offers some exciting opportunities for you in propane, fuel cards and Anhydrous Ammonia.
Propane Many of you are already taking advantage of some of these options, as reflected in the successful propane booking campaign. This was a new service for members on the eastern side of United Farmers Cooperative trade territory, and we appreciate your interest.
Saving money on every gallon you buy at a United Farmers fuel station. You’ll pay a penny less per gallon each time you use your new United Farmers fuel card, which will arrive in your mailbox soon and will become effective September 1. Your card will have a PIN number for your security. If you’re a UFC member, you may receive a patronage refund for your fuel purchases at the end of our fiscal year (August 31). Questions about fuel cards? Call Lynette in Red Oak at 712-623-5453, or Randi in Afton at 641-347-8428.
Enjoying greater convenience. Your United Farmers Cooperative fuel card will work at any of the fuel locations, including Red Oak, Corning (C-store and Cardtrol), Villisca, Creston, Afton, Mt. Ayr, and the J20 station in the Ellston/Sun valley Lake area. We’ve proud to offer high-quality Cenex premium gasoline and diesel products, as well as various ethanol blends.
Having more fuel options. Bulk refined fuel and propane delivery are available throughout United Farmers Cooperative’s trade territory. Contact Randy in Villisca (712-826-2172) or Darin in Creston (641-202-1403) for more details.
Finding competitive prices on fertilizer. We’re posting anhydrous prices now, and prices are cheaper than last year. Now’s the time to talk to your United Farmers Cooperative agronomist about your fall agronomy needs before you get busy with harvest.
It won’t be long before combines are running. We’ve been getting our elevators ready so we can handle your grain efficiently and keep you rolling this fall. Thanks for your support of UNITED FARMERS COOPERATIVE. We’re committed to your success and look forward to serving you.