Grain bins can be dangerous places. Purdue University researchers report that bin-related injuries such as entrapments, equipment entanglements and asphyxia are on the rise – more than 60 incidents occurred in the U.S. in 2018.
As part of our commitment to safety as a core value, CHS is partnering with other ag industry leaders to support Grain …Continue Reading »
Decrease the risk of cold-weather downtime with the right diesel.
When temperatures drop, a farmer’s work doesn’t stop. Keeping equipment running at its peak during colder weather requires a watchful eye on what’s in your fuel tank.
Here’s the main problem that comes when temperatures drop: Diesel fuel hits its cloud point — the temperature at which …Continue Reading »
Significant increase in fall propane demand helped balance difficult market conditions
CHS reported net income of $177.9 million for the first quarter of fiscal year 2020 that ended Nov. 30, 2019. This compares to net income of $347.5 million in the first quarter of fiscal year 2019.
The results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2020 …Continue Reading »
AgPro magazine has nominated Trivar™ fertilizer additive from CHS Agronomy as one of 10 finalists for its 2019 New Product of the Year award!
The AgPro New Product of the Year competition puts the best new inputs, equipment, technologies and other products head-to-head against each other in a people’s choice contest.
CHS owners elected five board members to three-year terms during the cooperative’s 2019 Annual Meeting held Dec. 5-6 in Minneapolis. Pictured (l. to r.) are: Kevin Throener, Hal Clemesen, Mark Farrell, Alan Holm and Steve Riegel.
Officers of board also elected by board peers following Annual Meeting
CHS owners elected five board members to three-year terms …Continue Reading »
CHS will return $180 million in cash patronage and equity redemptions to its owners based on fiscal 2019 earnings.
Of that $180 million, $90 million will be distributed in cash patronage and $90 million will be distributed through equity redemptions.
Of the $90 million in equity redemptions, $63 million will be returned to member cooperatives and $27 …Continue Reading »
Energy, Nitrogen production increases helped drive 7 percent growth in net income
CHS reported net income of $829.9 million for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2019. The results reflect an increase of $54.0 million — or 7 percent — compared to fiscal year 2018.
Key financial drivers for fiscal year 2019 include:
Consolidated revenues of $31.9 billion …Continue Reading »
By Jon Woetzel, Manager Technical Services, Energy Lubricants, CHS from the Cenexperts blog
Harvest is tough. Once you’ve made it through some of the hardest weeks of the year, both you and your equipment deserve some R&R. But before your machines take a long winter’s nap, it’s important to get them ready for sitting dormant …Continue Reading »
When you choose to do business with CHS, you are connected to a world of opportunities powered by local experts.
As the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative, CHS creates connections that help its owners build their operations and their communities.
In celebration of National Co-op Month, we dug deep into the cooperative model to reveal seven benefits of …Continue Reading »
CHS Acuvant made with refined soybean oil
Farmers can take pride in an exclusive new line of high-performance adjuvants from CHS, knowing that they’re formulated with soybean oil refined by CHS, from soybeans grown by farmer-owners.
CHS Acuvant™ is a soy-enhanced spray adjuvant that improves the droplet spectrum of spray solutions without altering the viscosity. Significantly fewer …Continue Reading »