Ryan Healy – Beef Nutrition Specialist This busy time is here again for those producers managing both a row crop and livestock operation. A major job to get done during the fall for cattle producers, besides harvesting the crops, is
As Senator Joni Ernst recently made her way across Iowa’s 99 counties, she made stops to visit many of Iowa’s businesses. This included a stop in Jasper County at the Two Rivers Cooperative location in Monroe. Welcoming Senator Ernst to
Please join us for our annual Customer Appreciation Day that is set for September 13, 2017 from 4:00-7:00 P.M. at the Pella location. Bring your family and enjoy food, beverages and an evening of fellowship. We value our customers and
Two Rivers Cooperative has been recognized for their partnership with the Marion County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). Marion County Emergency Management Coordinator, Jeff Anderson tells KNIA/KRLS News that Two Rivers received an award for their contributions to the local
Construction is moving right along on our Tracy location project. With the addition of two grain bins, the growing location will now have 500,000 bushel additional storage capacity and is on track to be completed before harvest 2017. Follow the
As we move into late spring, cattle producers need to start thinking about whether or not creep feeding is a profitable practice for your operation, and if so, choosing the correct feed that not only brings value to the animal, but the producer as well.
With the wet spring we have seen, corn planting progress got off to a slow start, but has since recovered and is currently running at about the 5-year average pace. Long range weather forecasts for the remainder of the year are all over the board, so trying to predict weather this growing season is near impossible.
Over the last few years, our budget billing program has proven itself to be a valuable tool for Two Rivers’ customers in controlling their energy costs. With the extremely volatile nature of the energy market, we recommend that ALL Two Rivers heating customers consider participating in the budget billing program.
In our recent issue of the Soil Report, I spoke of the Des Moines Water Works (DMWW) lawsuit, the current status and how it effects Iowa producers. Since then, as many of you know, the lawsuit has been dismissed on
Your board of directors recently approved a significant expansion project at the Tracy location. Construction will begin in the coming weeks on two grain bins, each having a 250,000 bushel capacity. This 500,000 bushel addition will add to the current