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CVA Announces Ted Beckner as Territory Manager of new CVA locations; former Farmer Rancher locations

Apr 07, 2020

(YORK, Neb.) – Central Valley Ag (CVA) is pleased to announce Ted Beckner as Territory Manager of the recently merged Farmers Ranchers Cooperative (FRC) locations in Ainsworth, Valentine and Springview, Neb. He will be responsible for management of operations for CVA locations in these towns and delivering value to CVA’s member-owners. Beckner has over 37 years of experience working in the cooperative system and was previously the VP of Accounting Audit & Strategy Planning for CVA Feed.
“With his experience and skills, Ted is an excellent choice to lead our locations in Ainsworth, Valentine and Springview,” said Carl Dickinson, CEO/President of Central Valley Ag. “He has demonstrated his commitment to the cooperative spirit and delivering value to our members. We are excited to have him in this new role.”
Central Valley Ag and Farmers Ranchers Cooperative announced a merger between the two cooperatives on April 1, 2020 following a vote by Farmer Ranchers Cooperative members approving the unification. Beckner will assume management duties immediately while the official merger date of the cooperatives is June 1, 2020. 
“I am excited to lead a talented group of people at these CVA locations, working with them to find efficiencies and opportunities in our operations,” said Beckner. “I look forward to the responsibility of delivering outstanding service and value to our customers.”

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