Farmers Pride is in YOUR Community. [See our Newsletter] Agronomy Alert - we offer several services to make your 2015 season a success.[View our Services today!] Take advantage of summer fill propane prices and contracts for next winter-call 800-233-6679 for details[View our Services today!] FREE corn storage thru November 30Check for plant nutrients with tissue sampling and variable rate technology [read more]Get the BEST Price for your crop with our Direct Ship Program [click for details]Farmers Pride is in the Community with youth scholarships, FFA, 4-H and non-profit organizations [view 2015 Recipients]We are a locally owned cooperative strengthening the well-being of Ag Producers, Employees & their Communities! [read about us]
Welcome to Farmers Pride Cooperative!
Farmers Pride is a locally (Nebraska) owned farm supply and grain marketing cooperative. It was established in Battle Creek, Nebraska as a Creamery Cooperative in 1929. Today the company serves agricultural producers, commercial customers and home owners throughout a 30 county area in northeast Nebraska. A base of approximately 9,200 customers indicates a strong market presence. [read more About Us ]
ANNOUNCEMENTS Earn one $50 VISA gift card for every 125 gallons purchased between November 1, 2015 and January 31, 2016! Complete a Gift Cards for Gallons Redemption Form, attach the qualifying receipt, and mail it to CHS post-marked no later than March 1, 2016. Qualifying Products include: Superlube TMS, Superlube 518, Qwiklift HTB, Maxtron Enviro-EDGE, Maxtron DEO, Maxtron THF+, MP Gear Lube, Maxtron GL, HD Moly Xtreme, Poly-Xtreme, Maxtron EP, Blue Gard 500+, Molyplex 500+, and ML 365.
Submit your 2015 Harvest Photo by November 30th for a chance to win a $50 or $25 gift card. Check out our Farmers Pride Facebook page or click HERE for more details!
In an effort to collect as much information as it can on proposed rules on railroad performance data reporting, the Surface Transportation Board earlier this month announced it will waive its prohibition on ex parte communications. The move means that instead of having to submit all comments to the board through public meetings and/or written records, interested parties may schedule meetings with board staff to discuss the proposed rules.