This time of year there’s little left to do but attend to the finer points. Have you made the window signs for your grain-delivery vehicles? Put out rodent bait stations around your livestock buildings? Answered those nagging questions about EPA regulations?
We’ve assembled reminders, answers to questions, and news of an improved grain service that will help as you make a nightly review of your details.
SPCC Questions Require Advanced Diagnostics
Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans for agriculture have many of you on edge. I’m bombarded with questions. Read More
Let’s Evaluate Your Fields Together
It’s your last chance to look under the hood of this 2011 model. A second set of eyes could be very helpful. Read More
Say Farewell to Larry Olsen—and Check Out the New (But Familiar) Grain Guy
Aric Gordon, the son of a former general manager, learned the grain business thanks to Larry Olsen, who used to give him a dirty job or two. Now he’s back to take over when Larry retires. Read More
Grain Levels Might Be Lower Than Predicted
As the USDA downgrades its crop estimates, we have to ask ourselves, “Just how much did July’s heat hurt this crop?” Read More
Fall Upkeep Puts a Shine on Your Operation
Right now you have time for those all-important little things that reduce risks around your barns. When you’re ready to take a break from waxing your combine, spend some time on these three procedures. Read More
Tuning Up to Provide Instant Scale Tickets
FCA Co-op is reconfiguring its scale program just in time for harvest. One of our goals is to provide you the convenience to review your scale tickets from our Jackson, Round Lake, and Trimont locations at the close of every harvest day. Read More