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AGP St. Joe


 
Cash
New Crop '19
SOYBEANS
8.66 -0.40
8.84 -0.55
Symbol Contract Open Close High Low Change
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT @KW9K May '19 4.3900 4.3650 4.4075 4.3825 0.0250
CORN @C9K May '19 3.7200 3.7150 3.7225 3.7150 0.0050
SOYBEANS @S9K May '19 9.0550 9.0575 9.0700 9.0425 0.0000
FEEDER CATTLE @GF9H Mar '19 141.325 141.650 142.325 141.075 0.325
LIVE CATTLE @LE9J Apr '19 129.250 128.325 129.700 128.200 -0.775
LEAN HOGS @HE9J Apr '19 69.625 71.025 71.175 67.525 2.225
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Answer Tech
Tech Provides New Perspective on Alfalfa, Soybean Performance

Tech Provides New Perspective on Alfalfa, Soybean Performance

You need to detect in-field problems in a timely manner so you can manage them before they negatively affect your bottom line. There are several technology tools that can help you...

Mar 05, 2019
Answer Tech
Use Data to Shape Your Nutrient Strategy

Use Data to Shape Your Nutrient Strategy

As you prep for 2019, it’s easy to remember the one part of the field that did really well last season or the other part that wasdisappointing. We tend to look at the outliers...

Feb 19, 2019
Answer Plot
Looking to 2020: Updates on the 2019 Answer Plot Program

Looking to 2020: Updates on the 2019 Answer Plot Program

Winter is a busy time for our Answer Plot® teams we plan, count and package trials to for the spring. Each year the Answer Plot program challenge is to anticipate the potential for...

Feb 14, 2019

The Value of a Coop

Besides being the biggest employer in many of the towns we serve, local co-ops are also engines of economic growth. Profits in the form of patronage go back into the pockets of our member-owners, who then purchase goods and services from other local businesses. Our employees also spend money in their local communities. And our Ag Partners board of directors invests directly in the communities we serve, funding everything from Little League baseball uniforms to community swimming pools. It’s a virtuous cycle that makes many of our members feel especially proud to be part of the cooperative system.

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Ag Partners In The Community

From schools, churches and food pantries to events the whole community looks forward to each year, Ag Partners is dedicated to this place we call home. Giving back to the community is an important aspect of our mission, and we are happy to do our part through local financial contributions, volunteering and coordinating with others who are doing good work here. Nothing helps our cooperative attract and keep talented employees more than healthy, vibrant communities.
 

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Ag Partners History

In 2018, a two-thirds majority of Nemeha County Cooperative Association and Ag Partners Cooperative members voted to merge their two organizations into one, moving forward under the Ag Partner’s name.

Mergers like this are never easy, and members of both legacy cooperatives had mixed feelings about giving up control of local institutions that had been operating independently in their communities for decades. But with larger co-ops pressing in from two sides, and ag retail businesses (some foreign-owned) eyeing the productive local farms and ranches in this area, our member-owners agreed it was time to merge our two successful organizations into a single, larger cooperative.

Of course, simply becoming bigger doesn’t guarantee a successful outcome. However, it gives us more leverage to negotiate better prices with our suppliers. It gives us the financial strength to take advantage of opportunities we might not have been able to do separately. And perhaps most importantly, it keeps control our cooperative in local hands, close to the farmers we serve and the communities where we live.
 

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Ag Partners Grain Text Service

Sign up for the Ag Partners Coop Grain Updates text service. Updates will include price notifications, hours of operation, space updates, and any other pertinent information.

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Careers at Ag Partners

If you just finished high school or college, or you’re searching for a new opportunity, Ag Partners is always looking for career-oriented team members with a customer-service mindset. Many of our local co-op managers and team leaders came up through the co-op system, starting with jobs in high school or right out of college. We place a high priority on recruiting local talent; young people who grew up around here and come to work for us often turn into our best employees because of their homegrown values, education and willingness to work hard.

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Mr. Tire

You may call us to schedule a pick up for service at Mr. Tire Service Center in Seneca (within Seneca city limits).

Mr. Tire
201 North 6th Street
Seneca, KS 66538
785.336.6153

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