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Delayed Pricing Program for Corn and Soybeans

Aug 25, 2021

Free Delayed Price on Corn and Beans at the Brownton, Winthrop, Litchfield and Bird Island Elevators  

Our Winthrop Locations Numbers Have Changed!

Aug 25, 2021

Please take note of our updated Winthrop phone numbers.

UFC Customer Appreciation Celebration

Aug 15, 2021

AS A THANK YOU FOR YOUR LOYALTY AND PATRONAGE JOIN US FOR A DELICIOUS PORK CHOP DINNER. AUGUST 16, 2021 | 4:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M BERDAN EVENT CENTER 705 E 4TH ST. WINTHROP, MN 55396

RURAL FINANCE AUTHORITY CLEARS WAY FOR DISASTER LOANS

Jul 15, 2021

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture's Rural Finance Authority (RFA) Board today determined that an emergency exists in Minnesota due to drought, which makes zero-interest loans available immediately for Minnesota farmers whose operations are suffering from lack of rain.

United Farmers Cooperative Joins Optimization by Landus

Jun 09, 2021

United Farmers Cooperative (UFC) announced today it has entered into agreement with Landus to join the Landus Optimization Network.

Landus Optimization Network: Frequently Asked Questions

Jun 09, 2021

Here is everything you need to know about the Landus Optimization Network and how it benefits our member-owners. 

Plan ahead! Schedule your preseason dryer service today!

May 26, 2021

Our preseason dryer service program is now available!

3 Tips to Maximize Micronutrient ROI

May 14, 2021

Compared to macronutrients, which are generally applied in hundreds of pounds per acre, micronutrients might seem less critical for plant nutrition. Although crops may only require small quantities of micronutrients, critical functions within the plant are halted or less efficient without them. To ensure your crops have what they need to thrive and optimize the return on your micronutrient investment, keep these tips in mind.

WHAT COULD A DRY SEASON MEAN FOR YOUR CROPS?

May 03, 2021

By: Jason Haegele, Agronomy Manager, Winfield United   Abnormally dry to extreme drought conditions can have substantial impacts on crop performance. Even though some parts of the country are seeing plenty of moisture now, we all know conditions can change quickly. Consider these insights as you think ahead and prepare for dry weather.

WHAT COULD A WET SEASON MEAN FOR YOUR CROPS?

May 03, 2021

By: Jason Haegele, Agronomy Manager, Winfield United  Moisture is essential for optimal crop growth, but too much of it can flood fields and hinder plant performance. Knowing the answers to these questions can help you prepare for and mitigate the effects of saturated soils.

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