Dear Two Rivers Cooperative Customer, What a last six months we have all witnessed!! From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last winter through the Derecho that struck Iowa a few weeks ago, it has certainly been a time
Each year we continue the tradition of supporting our youngest customers livestock projects. It is an honor to watch these kids learn and grow into knowledgeable and accomplished stockmen and women. Congratulations to all on another successful year!
As with anything in life, there are things we can control and things we cannot. However, when it comes to best management practices and doing what is most suitable for our land and livestock – we are in control. As
March 18, 2020 Dear Two Rivers Cooperative Customer, This past week has made all of us stop in our tracks at times and think hard about where we are going, what we are doing and if it is important. With
What a great night! Producers packed the upstairs meeting room at co-op in Pella to listen to and interact with well-respected industry professionals like Dr. Drew Shain from Purina who talked about weaning and starting protocols including the newly launched
Pella FFA presents the independent film, SILO. Inspired by true events, SILO follows a harrowing day in an American farm town when teenager Cody Rose is entrapped in a 50-foot-tall grain bin. When the corn turns to quicksand, family, neighbors
Current Closing Hours: Pella: 7:00pm Otley: 7:00pm Monroe: 7:00pm Tracy: 7:30pm Locations will determine closing time based on harvest activity on a daily basis.
Congratulations to Kaisand Cattle of Bussey on a great day at the Clay County Fair in Spencer, bringing home several division winners along with Premier Breeder and Exhibitor in the Simmental Show! Congratulations to Ryder Thill and family
The time is coming upon us when weaning calves becomes a priority, additionally, cattle buyers are gearing up to reload pens. When it comes to starting calves off, we only get one chance to do it right—that is why we
Walking pens in the late spring and summer months, as temperatures rise, we can bet on seeing a few things; cattle are in the shade or looking for some, the water trough always has a line and feed intakes typically