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AGP Contributes to Midwest Flood Relief Efforts

Apr 15, 2019

Omaha, NE (April 15, 2019) – Ag Processing Inc (AGP) announced today that the Company is aiding in the recovery efforts from the recent floods that have affected parts of Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri. The aid consists of a $100,000 contribution split equally among four charities and relief organizations assisting recovery efforts in the region: the American Red Cross of Nebraska and Southwest Iowa; the Salvation Army of Omaha, NE; the United Way of the Midlands; and the Fremont Area United Way of Fremont, NE.

“The flood damage to farms and communities in this region negatively affected many people,” said AGP Chief Executive Officer Keith Spackler. “We are encouraged by the care and assistance of countless volunteers and organizations who have provided relief to the people and communities who need it the most. AGP’s contribution supports these recovery efforts.”

AGP ( is a leading agribusiness with primary operations as a major U.S. soybean processor/refiner producing and marketing soybean meal, refined soybean oil, and biodiesel. AGP businesses also include agricultural product trading in domestic and international markets and numerous U.S. grain elevator operations. AGP is owned by local and regional cooperatives representing farmerā€producers across the United States. Corporate headquarters are located in Omaha, Nebraska.

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