Today, we welcome Farmer’s Cooperative Company (FCC) of Hinton, IA as they officially merge to join Central Valley Ag. Your board and management teams have been working diligently to make sure this transition goes smoothly for both employees and customers. I appreciate the efforts and dedication of all individuals involved in this merger process. As […]
The Columbus, Nebraska CVA location is home to 12 full-time and 12 seasonal employees. From this location CVA customers can purchase fertilizer and chemicals with the option for custom application. They can also get anything from lawn and garden supplies, to select oil for equipment.
It is an exciting time in the life of your cooperative. Your board and management teams have worked hard to create a cooperative that you can be proud of and will serve you long into the future.
The Board of Directors of Central Valley Ag Cooperative (CVA) and United Farmers Cooperative (UFC) met July 1 to ratify the votes cast by their respective member-owners approving the merger of the two companies effective September 1, 2014.
On March 20th, the Boards of Directors for Central Valley Ag Cooperative and United Farmers Cooperative announced that they have unanimously approved and entered into an Agreement and Plan of Merger.
Following months of study and preparations after initial discussions began one year ago, the Boards of Directors of both Central Valley Ag Cooperatives (CVA) and United Farmers Cooperative (UFC) have unanimously approved and entered into a Letter of Intent to finalize an Agreement and Plan of Merger.
I had the opportunity to visit with over 400 of you over the past month or so. I really appreciate your taking the time to get together and visit about how your cooperative is doing and what the future looks like.
Indications are that 2013 will result in the highest on-farm income in history. In fact, the past five years have been the best stretch of profitability most of us have ever seen. For most of us, it has been pretty easy. Not to say that we haven’t had to work hard, and make good decisions.