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Central Valley Ag Delivers Value

Dec 23, 2021

(York, NE) – Central Valley Ag (CVA) continues to give back to member-owners, demonstrating the cooperative spirit. Recently, CVA’s Board of Directors approved the distribution of patronage to its member-owners. A total payout of $18.0 Million was approved based on Central Valley Ag’s continuing success. $10.8 Million will be returned in cash, while the remaining $7.2 Million has been allocated as non-qualified equity to be returned in a future year.

NCC Foundation Scholarship Program

Dec 14, 2021

The Nebraska Co-op Council is now accepting applications for its scholarship program. Full scholarship details below: The Scholarship Program began with the 1993/94 academic year. Since that time 220 scholarships totaling $282,600 have been awarded to students. Click here for an historical list of our scholarship winners. The funding for scholarships comes from investment income/interest from the Foundation’s scholarship endowment account.

CHS Inc. Owners Elect Five Board Members During Annual Meeting

Dec 08, 2021

CHS Inc. owners elected five board members to three-year terms during the cooperative’s 2021 annual meeting held Dec. 2 and 3 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. CHS Inc. is the nation’s largest cooperative and a leading global agribusiness company owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States.

CVA Hosts Annual Meeting

Nov 30, 2021

Central Valley Ag Cooperative (CVA) recently hosted its Annual Meeting at the Holthus Center in York, Neb., on November 22, 2021, to review the fiscal year for member-owners. CVA reported $29.7 million in total profit from $2.2 billion in total sales for their fiscal year 2021, ending on August 31, 2021.

Central Valley Ag launches 2022 Scholarship Program

Nov 16, 2021

Central Valley Ag (CVA) offers 20 $1,000 college scholarship opportunities to students pursuing higher education in an agriculturally related field.

The Future Is Now

Nov 10, 2021

The agriculture industry has been moving along the path to precision technology and automation for years. Variable rate technology (VRT), GPS-guided applications, automatic adjustable spray systems and automated steering systems are all either a stable of grower’s operations or are on the way to being one. All along, innovators at the leading edge were thinking into the future, with the goal of truly driverless equipment, which would free growers from the cab and allow them to increase productivity and efficiency. Well, that future is now, with the launch of Raven’s OMNiPOWER™ system.

Central Valley Ag Delivers Value to Member-Owners in the Form of $16 Million of Equity Payments

Oct 28, 2021

Central Valley Ag (CVA) continues to give back to member-owners, demonstrating the cooperative spirit. Recently, CVA’s Board of Directors approved the distribution of year-earned and age-based equity and retirement payments to its member-owners totaling almost 16 million dollars.

Meet Your Board | Ron Benson

Oct 25, 2021

Ron Benson is a CVA Director for Region 7. His farm is located near Clay Center, Kansas, just a few miles northeast of town. Ron primarily raises corn, soybeans, grain sorghum, and a little bit of wheat on his dryland farm. Ron grew up on this farm and in 1993 he transitioned and took over from his parents. Currently he farms with his wife, Kathryn, and their two sons, Alex and Jude, and one employee.  

Agronomy Focus | Raven Autonomous Technology

Oct 14, 2021

The era of autonomous technology is here as Raven brings OMNiPOWER™ and OMNiDRIVE™ to the industry. Paul Bruns, Raven Sales Specialist, joins your host Tim Mundorf to discuss the exciting new technology opportunities!

Bulls vs Bears

Bulls vs Bears - who will win?

Sep 30, 2021

Supply for all consumer goods including fuels has continued to be a major problem since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. It seems that Covid-19 could be peaking out. If this is true, it could cause a potential boon to oil demand as countries open for travel and reduce restrictions. 

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