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Welcome to Posey County Co-Op

Your #1 agricultural resource since 1927!
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About Our Co-Op

Posey County LLC is a farmer-owned supply cooperative with facilities in Posey and adjoining counties in southwest Indiana and southern Illinois, which is open to the public. The company was formed in 1927 by having area farmers each invest in one share of stock. The company continues to grow based on the needs of our customers, and a policy of honesty, quality products and services, and fair pricing are adhered to. Any profits generated are returned to the farmer-owners, retained for operating needs, and paid as income taxes. Following is a list of our facilities with the products and services offered. Give us an opportunity to serve you, we are a unique business with the customers' interests at heart.

Haubstadt


235 State Road 68
Haubstadt, IN 47639
(812) 768-6695


St. Wendel


10420 Winery Road
St. Wendel, IN 47638
(812) 963-3391


Grayville


2333 Highway
Grayville, IL 62844
(618) 375-7728


Mt. Vernon


817 W. 4th St.
Mt. Vernon, IN 47620
(812) 838-4468
(800) 276-7157

Griffin


250 Railroad Street
Griffin, IN 47616
(812) 851-5761
(800) 276-7160

Poseyville


151 South Lockwood
Poseyville, IN 47633
(812) 874-2213
(800) 453-8326

Evansville


3300 Interstate Drive
Evansville, IN 47715
Tri State Vet and Pet Supply
(812) 477-4793
(800) 489-9081


Please contact us with any questions or concerns. We strive to meet the needs of our customers as promptly as possible. Feel free to call the branch closest to you and discuss how our operation can best meet your needs. Again, thank you for you interest in Posey County Co-op.
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  • Put politics aside and move forward with drought support, urge Canada’s grain growers

    In light of the devastating drought and its impact on grain farmers across the country, the Grain Growers of Canada (GGC) would like to thank Minister Bibeau for invoking the late participation provision for AgriStability. The announcement was made yesterday during the Minister’s tour of hard-hit areas in Manitoba.

  • Stink Bugs Showing Up in Soybeans and Dry Beans

    Add stink bugs to the long list of pests showing up to represent in 2021. There have been several reports of brown stink bug being found in IP soys and dry beans.

  • FCC reports strong financial performance in 2020-2021

    Farm Credit Canada (FCC) reported strong financial performance last year, demonstrating the resilience and adaptability of the Canadian agriculture and food industry during a challenging time.

  • Putting Poor Crops to Good Use In Alberta

    The governments of Canada and Alberta, through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, are adjusting the crop insurance program. Low Yield Allowance is a standard part of the production insurance program, and is meant for situations of extreme heat and severe drought. Alberta is doubling the low yield threshold to allow for additional cereal or pulse crops to be salvaged for livestock feed. For example, the barley crop threshold will be increased from 150 to 300 kg per acre.

  • Relief coming to Manitoba producers affected by severe drought

    Producers in Manitoba facing severe drought conditions can expect relief with several initiatives announced by federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Ralph Eichler. The first of the initiatives, available through Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation’s (MASC) Hay Disaster Benefit, will provide an additional $44/tonne (for every tonne below coverage) to insured forage producers to help offset the additional cost of replacement feed and transportation due to the severe shortage of forage throughout the province. The benefit was last triggered in 2019 when over $5 million was paid on close to 1,200 claims. Typically, the determination of payments for this benefit would not be made until January, once the majority of claim and harvested production report data is processed.

  • Government of Canada taking action to support farmers facing extreme weather

    Today, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced concrete measures the Government of Canada is taking to deliver the necessary support and resources for producers in areas affected by extreme weather. Minister Bibeau made the announcement at a press conference at The Forks, having spent the day meeting with drought-impacted farmers in Manitoba’s Interlake Region to see first-hand how drought conditions are creating crop losses, affecting crop quality, and reducing forage and water supplies available to livestock. The Minister was accompanied by representatives from Manitoba Beef Producers, the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association and Keystone Agricultural Producers. Minister Bibeau announced the early designation of the Livestock Tax Deferral provision for prescribed drought regions of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. This will allow beef producers who are forced to sell a significant amount of their breeding her

  • CCA Says The Recently Announced Drought Relief Measures Are A Good First Step

    The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association welcomes Minister Bibeau's response to the impact of the drought, however, they caution this is just the beginning. On Thursday, Minister Bibeau toured a drought affected area in Manitoba's Interlake region, after which she announced a number of drought relief measures, including the early designation for a livestock tax deferral program for producers who may be forced to sell a significant amount of their breeding herd due to the drought conditions. Reg Schellenberg ranches at Beechy and is in one of the drought affected areas in Saskatchewan where he says the last time things got this bad was in 1988.

  • Richardson Centre Receives Safe Food For Canadians Regulations Licence

    The Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals (RCFFN) at the University of Manitoba (UM) has been approved for a licence under the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR). The RCFFN is home to a state-of-the-art grain milling and dry fractionation facility, which includes laboratory and pilot scale equipment suitable for research, pre-commercial and commercial milling activities. The SFCR licence authorizes the RCFFN to mill and air-classify crops such as beans, peas, and oats for human consumption across Canada.

  • Bibeau Provides Further Details On Drought Relief Measures

    On Thursday, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced measures the Government of Canada is taking to deliver the necessary support and resources for producers in areas affected by extreme weather. Minister Bibeau made the announcement at a press conference at The Forks, having spent the day meeting with drought-impacted farmers in Manitoba’s Interlake Region to see first-hand how drought conditions are creating crop losses, affecting crop quality, and reducing forage and water supplies available to livestock.

  • Relief Coming To Farmers Affected By Severe Drought

    Producers in Manitoba facing severe drought conditions can expect relief with several initiatives announced by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Ralph Eichler. “Our government is working around the clock with the provinces to help farm families coping with extreme weather conditions exacerbated by climate change,” said Bibeau. “The support through the Hay Disaster Benefit is one way we are helping Manitoba producers, who are under tremendous stress, to get through this crisis and toward a sustainable future.”

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