UFC Operations Update

Mar 17, 2020

UFC Operations Update
Dear Valued UFC Customer:
In this time of uncertainty, we want to assure you that we are committed to being here to meet your farm supply and service needs.  Supporting those in agriculture, who are the foundation of our nation’s food supply, is at the heart of what we do. This is especially important at this time of crisis.
Our farm supply stores will remain open and staffed to serve you. However, to protect our customers and our employees, we will strive to maintain recommended social distancing as much as possible. We’re all washing our hands, using hand sanitizer regularly and taking other steps to stay healthy and keep you healthy. Employees have been asked to stay home if they are sick. We ask that you do the same. If you are unable to visit the store, let us know and we’ll do our best to help.
We also continue to operate services including shop repairs, parts, LP and fuel deliveries; feed production and delivery; grain marketing and positioning of products for spring. 

UFC offices remain staffed, but we are limiting public access. Customers can mail payments to PO Box 461, Winthrop MN 55396 or and can also pay online at www.UFCmn.com.  

We all recognize that this situation evolves from day to day. This means we may have to adjust our approach at some point, but will strive to find other ways to meet your critical farm supply needs. Updates will be available via our website and social media accounts.
Thank you for your support of UFC. We wish you continued good health.
Mitch Altermatt
CEO/General Manager

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