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CME/CBOT markets, cattle industry and national ag news, commentary, input prices and related business information are available with this convenient easy-to-use application.
The Beef Producer app is provided by BEEF PRODUCER, available in the nation's leading state farm and ranch publications published by Farm Progress.
Local Cash Bids
Best Cash Bid
Ag News and more
Your Agriculture information, all in one place
From the phone, growers can access weather pinpointed to their fields and find their local and best cash price bids within a 100-miles of their location (adjusted for trucking and storage costs).
Growers Edge users can also receive local market commentary and ag news, compare risk management options and fully utilize the Profit Manager tool to establish profit goals, edit input costs, record marketing transactions and track profit by crop and year.
Growers Edge pulls all of the information that's important to you and organizes it into one easy to use app.
All Growers Edge features and programs are FREE, safe, secure and are accessible 24/7 from their phone or at www.growers-edge.com
The Safety-Reports application will automatically generate professional looking reports that include a cover letter, photos, comments and recommendations. Our app allows data to be collected using smart phones or tablets. The app even works in remote locations where Wi-Fi or cellular connections are not available.
Inspection data can be accessed for trending and analysis allowing you to identify areas where compliance is lacking. Analytical reports allow you to filter the data to help you drill down to where the issues are occurring. The data is scored as a “percent positive” and is a great tool for administering Safety Recognition Programs.
Corrective Action Tracking will be released soon allowing users to follow all open items through to completion to ensure negative observations are closed out.
Safety-Reports.com is a companion app for existing Safety-Reports.com Customers.
The GSM App is the best way to track grain during harvest and throughout the year. The phone app makes it easy and convenient to keep track of loads into your bins or loads into the local elevator. All the data is stored in the cloud and is immediately available. No more keeping track of scale tickets or wondering how much grain you hauled to town. Easily know when it is time to move augers and know which bins have room for more grain.
GSM has features such as calculating shrinkage, bin capacity and setting reminders to check bins. The user can easily generate an Excel spreadsheet showing each of the bins data. The spreadsheet can be emailed to the account holder or shared with his banker or landlord.
The GSM App is password protected and the data entered is securely and privately stored per account. Each account requires an email as the username which is then verified before the account can be established. Accounts can be shared by family farm operations by using the unique user name feature which creates each transaction using that users name.
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Ag Valley Cooperative is a full-service agriculturally diversified company with numerous locations conveniently located across southcentral Nebraska and northwestern Kansas. The Cooperative was organized and incorporated in 1953 primarily as a grain elevator by a group of Edison, NE farmers, then known as Edison Non-Stock Cooperative. The Coop has since purchased or merged with several other companies the past 60 years before finally becoming Ag Valley Cooperative Non-Stock in the mid-1990’s after it was decided that a name change was needed to reflect its greater service and trade area.
Today Ag Valley Cooperative is made up of five primary business sectors: Agronomy, Grain, Feed, Petroleum and Water Resources. The Agronomy division and its accomplished staff provide a full complement of products and services that bring value to customers. Through use of the R7 Tool, variable-rate technology and tissue sampling, to name just a few, our team of specialists can help you get the most out of every acre on your farm. Whether it’s seed, fertilizers (dry or liquid), herbicides or pesticides, we have you covered. The Grain division buys and sells farm commodities produced by area farmers, also providing transportation services to or from the farm and direct to market; and an experienced in-house grain merchandising staff offer a vast array of contract and delivery options to cover most every situation. Our Feed division personnel sell and/or deliver pre-mix, concentrate and custom-mix and blend feeds and our experienced nutritionists can provide recommendations on animal health and nutrition to all sizes of livestock operations. With warehouses and feed mills spread out across the trade area, products and services are convenient for all our customers. The Petroleum division provides gasoline, ethanol, diesel, propane, oils, hydraulic fluids, grease and various farm supplies to area farmers, ranchers and community residents. Bulk purchases and delivery provide convenience and cost advantage to our customers, while 24-hour cardtrol fuel services, service stations and retail convenience stores exist in a number of the communities we reside. Finally, our Water Resource division stands ready to provide sales and installation of sub-surface drip irrigation systems and related products. Water is a precious resource. Let Ag Valley bring the utmost efficiency to every drop of water used to grow crops on your farm.
By definition, a Cooperative is an association or corporation established for the purpose of providing goods and services at a competitive price to its shareholders or members who own and control it. Any profits then generated by the Cooperative are shared with those member-owners in the form of a patronage refund. The Board of Directors may also elect to direct a portion of this income into retained savings, which is often used to make larger capital investments for the company. Board of Directors are elected among voting membership to provide direction and oversight, which always guarantees that the member-owners are the ones that have control over the direction of their Cooperative.
Ag Valley is a proud Cooperative, employing over 300 men and women at 22 locations with annual sales exceeding $500 million.
1) Inventories: placements, lot inventory, show list, shipments
2) Profit & Loss: weekly avg., breakeven
3) Feeds & Feeding: DMI, Ration costs, beta agonists
4) Animal Health: death loss
MRGA Facility Facts
Grain Storage Capacity: 7.6 million bushels (company wide)
Shuttle Facility Storage: 2.5 million bushel (Casselton)
Drying Capacity: 17,500 bushels per hour (Casselton)
Receiving Capability: 75,000 bushels per hour (Casselton)
Loading Capability: 90,000 bushels per hour (Casselton)
3 separate unloading driveways with RFID automated scales in & out (Casselton)
Fertilizer Plant Capacity: 38,000 tons
Bulk Seed Storage: 35,000 units
Retail and wholesale loading bays
Fully automated loading and blending
36,000 sq. ft. of flat storage for seed
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