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  United Cooperative Awards $51,000 in Scholarships  
    May 1, 2017, BEAVER DAM – United Cooperative, a farmer-owned cooperative based in Beaver Dam with locations throughout Wisconsin, awarded 51, $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and college students continuing their education in both agricultural or nonagricultural majors.
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  United Cooperative reports on 2016 results  
    BEAVER DAM, WIS. – April 11, 2017, Beaver Dam – On April 10, 2017, two hundred members and guests attended United Cooperative’s 81st annual meeting at the Watermark Community Center, Beaver Dam, Wis.
At the meeting, David Cramer, United Cooperative president and chief executive officer, reported revenues for 2016 were $633 million. United Cooperative’s core cooperative businesses of feed, grain, agronomy and energy generated $25 million in profits, down $2 million from 2015. 
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  Greenville Cooperative members approve merger with United Cooperative  
    Greenville Cooperative’s merger with United Cooperative was approved overwhelmingly with more than 92% members voting for the proposed merger.
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  United Cooperative Donates to the Wisconsin FFA Foundation

BEAVER DAM, WIS. – United Cooperative presented the Wisconsin FFA Foundation with a check in the amount of $2,030 to help fund FFA Career Development Events (CDE). There are over 25 different FFA career development events including agronomy, livestock, milk quality, vet science and floriculture. FFA members display their skills and knowledge that has been built through classroom instruction, Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE), and FFA activities.

“United Cooperative is proud to support the Wisconsin FFA Foundation for their efforts in providing the skills and knowledge to young professionals who will be next generation farmers and cooperative employees,” said David Cramer, United Cooperative President and CEO.

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