By Pete Schmitz, General Manager
With spring rumored to be on its way, our agronomy department is ready to swing into action. In a world with tighter commodity prices and increased volatility due to potential trade conflicts, it’s still all about producing bushels—and producing them as profitably as possible. Our agronomy team wants to be an asset to you in that process, delivering value you can count on.
Because we’re owned by the customers we serve, the success of our patrons will always be our primary focus. We evaluate our business by our ability to return our profits to you.
One factor that has helped us become and remain a strong cooperative is our core group of employees, and we’ll be saying goodbye to one of our best. Bonnie Moberg will be retiring June 1 to focus on the family business, Moberg Meat Center, and pursue some other interests. She has been our office manager and controller for many years, and she will be missed. We wish her all the best in her retirement.
We are now looking for a qualified candidate to take on Bonnie’s duties. Her departure highlights the natural attrition that is taking place throughout the industry, and in our cooperative, as the Baby Boomers depart the workforce. We are formulating a succession plan that will enable us to keep the cooperative running smoothly as our valued employees move into retirement.
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