Farmers Co-Op Association

1204 Saint Olaf Ave N
PO Box 149
Canby, MN 56220
507-223-7241
301 East 1st Street
PO Box 128
Minneota, MN 56264
507-872-6182

FCA News

Two Numbers to Rule Them All

By Aaron Petersen, Information Technology What used to be 26 telephone lines has now been reduced to two. That’s just one significant advantage

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Making Soybeans Slicker

By Alex Schubert, Agronomy Sales Attendance was good at our March grower meeting, and I want to thank everyone who turned out. The topics covered were relevant to what we’re

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New Tank Program at FCA

By Brad Stoddard, Agronomy Operations Manager FCA is implementing a tank deposit program this year on all outgoing chemical tanks and pumps. Our

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Switching Seasons

By Mark Thorston, Canby Shop Manager This is definitely one of those years when Mother Nature seems confused. We just sold a snow

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Pushing for Profitable Bushels

With spring rumored to be on its way, our agronomy department is ready to swing into action.


Farmers Show Environmental Concern

By Pete Schmitz, General Manager Environmental stewardship continues to be a hot topic of discussion, and for good reason. We can all agree that protecting our land and water is

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Are You Choosing Seed for the Right Reasons?

By Brian Rangaard, Agronomy Sales Every year, I hear some of the same comments when producers talk about their seed choices. “My neighbor planted it, and he had really good

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Navigating the Tankmix Playground

By Josh Peterson, Agronomy Manager For several years now, weed scientists have stressed the importance of utilizing different modes of action when choosing our crop protection products. This is good

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Tractor Tire Time Is Now

By Mark Thorston, Canby Shop Manager As we wrap up winter and start to look forward to spring, this is a good time to look at tractor and implement tires.

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MDA Announces New Restrictions on Use of Dicamba Herbicide

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) today announced new restrictions on the use of the herbicide dicamba in Minnesota for the 2018 growing season. Dicamba is primarily used for controlling post-emergence broadleaf weeds.


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