It’s all about the numbers, from birth weights to conception rates they all weigh heavily on profitability. As spring approaches, and we dig out of our snow drifts we need to think about all the stressors that are impacting a
We would like to send a warm congratulations to our Tracy location manager, Nick Hageman, and his wife Sam on the birth of their new daughter, Lorraine. She made her debut on December 27, 2018 just in time to celebrate
We were thankful that the weather cooperated in giving us a nice evening to host the Two Rivers Cooperative Annual Meeting on Thursday, December 13, 2018. There was a wonderful turn out to support the festivities and celebrate another successful
Shay Davis has been with Two Rivers Cooperative Grain Department for the last four and a half years in the Pella office and this fall she made the move to the Monroe location to take over as the new location
Two Rivers Cooperative 2018 Annual Meeting THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2018 Graham Hall, Central College Campus We will begin with a meal at 6:00 followed by a report on the fiscal year end 2018 financial results and results of the director elections.
Celebrated by cooperatives nationwide during the month of October, Co-op Month is an opportunity to celebrate the many ways cooperatives are using innovation to create shared prosperity for their members and communities. The theme of this year’s National Co-op Month,
The chicken and the egg seem like such an age-old conundrum and one which many find themselves trying to solve. How does this silly chicken apply to cattle production? To be honest, I relate this same analogy to calving and
Everywhere you look in Iowa you will most likely see a farm. In 1965, father and son duo, Henry and Jack Bensink fit the bill of a typical farm family. They raised common farm livestock of pigs, cows and chickens