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UFC buys Midwest Ag Parnters PDF E-mail

 United Farmers Cooperative has announced its purchase of Midwest Ag Parnters in Marquette.

The York-based cooperative said the acquisition will help the company improve efficiency and reliabiliy across its 32 locations in Nebraska and Kansas. The site, which opened in 2008, will continue to focus primarily on agronomy sales and service, with Ray Shanks as manager.

The company has planned an open house Friday, Jan. 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

 
Building permits total $6.7M PDF E-mail

Construction activity started slowly in 2011, but finished with a flurry in the final two months to end the year with $6.7 million worth of building permits.

Following November’s $3.14 million total, the December report showed only four permits, though they added up to $607,900. Aurora Cooperative began building a $220,000 fueling station at 2530 Harvest Drive; Quality Investments (T.O. Haas) issued a $155,000 permit for an expansion of its Highway 14 facility; and Hamilton Sales & Service’s new owners are already making visible progress on a new $172,900 structure, also located on Highway 14. Randy Nutzman’s $60,000 fence/inground pool at 110 Wexford Road was the fourth and final permit for the month.

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New banking syndication highlights Aurora Cooperative year-end report PDF E-mail

The Aurora Cooperative’s fiscal year was marked by record sales and significant structural change.

For the year that ended Aug. 31, 2011, the company reported total sales of $882 million, with net income of $9.7 million. That compares to total sales a year ago of $607 million, and net income of $25.2 million.

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