All Points and Country
Partners Cooperatives’ Member-Owners
The Boards of Directors of All Points Cooperative (APC), Gothenburg,
Neb., and Country Partners Cooperative (CPC), Spalding, Neb., met to
ratify the votes cast by their respective memberships and have
approved the merger of the two companies effective February 1, 2016.
The unified cooperative will retain the name of Country Partners.
Tod Clark will serve as CEO. Click
here to read the press release.
Our Mission: To partner with customers as a cooperative to enhance shared profitability.
Our Vision: To be the business of choice for our customers, employees, and communities by providing innovative services and quality products at competitive prices.
Congratulations to Shannon Rupe of
Shannon was the winner of our Harvest of Thanks for our Eustis
The All Points crew served lunch for his harvest crew.
Harvest of Thanks - Walking C Cattle
Congratulations to Terry Crawford and Walking C Cattle of Lexington. Terry was the winner of our Harvest of Thanks for the Lexington locations. The All Points crew provided lunch for their harvest crew.
2015 Harvest Hours
Friday November 27, 2015 Gothenburg: Open 8 am to 5 pm Farnam: Please call 308-569-2531 for hours
Gothenburg Elevator Phone: 308-537-7144
Farnam Elevator Phone: 308-569-2531
Please be safe and thank you for choosing All Points Cooperative.
Effective July 1, 2015 - All Points Cooperative will change fees related to Grain Bank storage. Public Service Commission approved rates will be $0.00120/bu/day (3.6 cents per month) and a handling fee of 25 cents/bu for grain taken back out of the elevator. We currently charge a 10 cent flat fee for handling and have no monthly storage charges.
We feel storage space is valuable and costs associated with keeping grain in condition warrant these changes. We also believe these rates to be quite reasonable. Please note…Grain Bank bushels processed through our feed mill will NOT be subject to 25 cent/bu handling fees, instead only posted rolling and/or mixing charges.
September 2015 Newsletter
The September 2015 edition of the All Points Cooperative POINTS OF INTEREST can be read Here.
Articles include: 1. Change Is Inevitable, but Growth is Intentional, by CEO Tod Clark 2. Promising Crops Searching for Demand, by Scott Hillius 3. Seeding Ideas for Next Crop Year, by Steve Ackerman 4. Fuels to Keep You Going, by Craig Saum 5. Stong Comebank Continues 6. New Additions Strengthen All Points Team 7. Increased Capacity = Input Stability, by Mark Ballmer 8. Familiar Faces in New Roles
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