Marty Kaul, left, United Cooperative nutritionist from our Wilton location, presents a $1,000 donation for the small-animal learning center (pictured in back) to Monroe County Fair Board members Dr. Steve Doll, middle, vice president, and Simon Wells, secretary.
United Cooperative donated new gates for the swine barn at the Sauk County Fairgrounds. Front row, left to right: Alan Schroeder, United Cooperative Sauk City feed and grain location manager; Jesse Even, LaValle; Lily Marten, Reedsburg; Brianna Marten, Loganville; Lillian McPherson, LaValle; Brooke Benseman, LaValle; Lucas Riberich, Rock Springs; Nicole Riberich, Rock Springs; and Jeremy Peebles, United Cooperative energy sales specialist, covering Baraboo, Reedsburg, and Hillsboro areas. Back row, left to right: Katie Hacker, Sauk City; Jacob Sprecher, Sauk City; Logan Sprecher, Sauk City; Adam Nolden, Prairie du Sac; Luke Sprecher, Sauk City; Sally Albers, Prairie du Sac; Maddie Bonham, Baraboo; Kelsey Brown, Baraboo; Sarah Albers, Prairie du Sac; Marlee Bonham, Baraboo; Joe Acker, Reedsburg; and Abby Field, Reedsburg.
United Cooperative participated in the Fond du Lac County Fair youth livestock auction. Left to right: Logan Birschbach, Eden, Taft 23 4-H Club, and Joseta Halbur, United Cooperative energy sales specialist. Video from one of our drones
One of our drones captured this video at our July 17th Answer Plot in South Beaver Dam. You can see the different colors of the hybrid varieties. In addition, the yellow-colored corn in the background is a nitrogen study where insufficient nitrogen was applied. Drones are proving to be a useful tool in helping the agricultural industry produce an abundance of food for the world's growing population.
United Cooperative donates to Kendall Fire Department
United Cooperative recently donated $1,000 to the Kendall Fire Department toward paying off the loan on one of their trucks. The Kendall Fire Department provides fire protection for Kendall and three area townships. Pictured here: Dar Petersen, center, manager of United Cooperative’s Kendall Cenex Fastrip, and Colleen Johnson, right, manager of United Cooperative’s Kendall feed and farm supply store, present the $1,000 donation to Richard Martin, left, of the Kendall Fire Department. We're selling BIODIESEL
It’s official! We’re selling BIODIESEL at our Beaver Dam, Hustisford, Pickett, Poynette, and Watertown Cenex convenience stores. BIODIESEL is perfect for trucks, fleets, and farm equipment. It offers similar pricing and fuel economy as #2 diesel and burns cleaner with higher lubricity and more power. United Cooperative also winterizes our BIODIESEL for use during Wisconsin’s coldest months. For more information about BIODIESEL: www.biodiesel.org.
United Cooperative Is On YouTube
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