Memorial Day - We will be closed! 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 Farmers Pride will be awarding seven scholarships in the amount of $400 to eligible seniors from qualifying northeast Nebraska high schools this year. High school seniors who will be enrolling at a post-secondary school and majoring in agriculture or an agriculture-related program were eligible to apply. This year, those recipients include Noah Koehler, Osmond High School; Brendan Napier, Ewing High School; Justin Smith, Oakland-Craig High School; Courtney Pellatz, Neligh-Oakdale High School; Parker Wallin, Newman Grove High School; Eric Abbenhaus, Bloomfield High School; and Travis Belina, Battle Creek High School. [See recipients]
The Norfolk High School FFA group traveled to Westside Elementary for a Grid Sampling experiement with Farmers Pride. The students went around each plotted point and took about 10 soil samples from each point. They sent the samples in to Ward Labratories to test for the major nutrients and micronutrients and received the results back. Bob Pollack, an agronomist with Farmers Pride, showed them the importance of precision agriculture. [See Pictures]