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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.


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

St. Wendel

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


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

Mt. Vernon

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


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


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


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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    On behalf of the Grain Growers of Canada (GGC), we would like to congratulate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the appointment of the new Cabinet announced this morning.

  • Grain Farmers of Ontario Congratulates Minister Bibeau and looks forward to action on carbon pricing

    Grain Farmers of Ontario, the province’s largest commodity organization, representing Ontario’s 28,000 barley, corn, oat, soybean, and wheat farmers, congratulates the newly appointed federal cabinet and the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau on her re-appointment as Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food.

  • CFA welcomes back Marie-Claude Bibeau as Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food

    The Canadian Federation of Agriculture congratulates Minister Bibeau on her re-appointment as Minister of Agriculture & Agri-Food. CFA, which represents 200,000 farm families across Canada, looks forward to working once again with Minister Bibeau on helping Canadian agriculture meet its vast potential, which has been outlined in the Barton report from the Agri-Food Economic Strategy Table.

  • Economic Development Regina launches strategy to become a global agriculture and food hub

    Economic Development Regina launched the Agriculture and Food Innovation Strategy for Regina, with a vision of becoming the ag and food hub for Canada and the world. With this strategy, the Greater Regina Area will be known as a place of opportunity to start, grow, attract and scale agribusiness; will have a skilled and educated labour force and access to expertise to help the sector reach its full potential; will have the critical infrastructure in place and is supporting sector growth; and the GRA will become an agricultural powerhouse where the sector is sustainable, innovative, competitive, and resilient.

  • Dealing with food loss and waste

    The latest Trends in Retail looks at food loss and waste and what is being done to reduce food loss and waste in retail and food service. ‘Food loss and waste (FLW) has been a topic of much concern for producers and consumers alike,‘ says Stephanie Budynski, coordinating researcher with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. ‘It is a global issue that has the potential to affect stakeholders across the food value chain.’ The latest Trends in Retail examines food loss and waste and the current actions that are being undertaken to reduce FLW specifically within retail and food service space.

  • Stored canola is well worth protecting

    At historically high canola prices, producers need to protect the integrity of their valuable crop in storage. ‘Canola harvested with either green canola or cereal seeds or green plant material increased the risk of spoilage,’ says Neil Blue, provincial crops market analyst with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. ‘And some canola has already been reported as spoiling in storage.’ Most parts of the Prairies received some late season rain. Generally, that rain was too late to help with crop yields, as most plants were already mature. However, those rains stimulated widespread plant growth.

  • Bibeau Re-Appointed Minister of Agriculture & Agri-Food

    Quebec MP Marie-Claude Bibeau has been re-appointed as Minister of Agriculture & Agri-Food. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his cabinet Tuesday morning. Bibeau became the country's first female agriculture minister when she took over the role back in 2019. Also of note, Quebec MP Steven Guilbeault will assume the role of Environment and Climate Change Minister while Ontario MP Mary Ng remains Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development.

  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic Offers New Agriculture Diploma

    As agriculture continues to grow, new processes and equipment are constantly popping up, leading to a need for trained professionals who can determine what's best for a farm. That's why Saskatchewan Polytechnic is offering a new course, specifically designed for agriculture's changing needs. The Agriculture and Food Production Diploma is an 80-week program focused on providing up-to-date tutelage on agricultural needs, especially on the prairies. The course will be focusing on both in-classroom and in the field learning, with a full acreage that the students will be utilizing over the year.

  • Fertilizer Management Key As Some Farmers Face Supply Issues

    There's been talk that fertilizer is in short supply in some areas of the province. The issue was brought up last week during Keystone Agricultural Producers' (KAP) Fall Advisory Council Meeting. John Heard with Manitoba Agriculture says getting a soil test done is the best way to determine fertilizer needs heading into next year. "I know that a lot of people are soil testing, because I know those people that are in the business, and there's been a lot of demand for that service. One reason that it's really pertinent to do it this year, is that in areas where we've had drought affected, lower yields, there seems to be a considerable amount of nitrogen that's still there and available and should still be accessible for next year's use. That's certainly part of the inventory, we need to take into account when we're looking for fertilizer, or designing our fertility program for next year."

  • Survey Shows Growing Interest In Cover Crops

    Researchers at the University of Manitoba (UM) have shared the results from the 2020 Prairie Cover Crop Survey. The report suggests that cover crops are becoming established in the Prairies and can be grown in a wide range of locations and environments. The survey was developed to provide information to farmers, agronomists, researchers, policy makers, and government organizations that will play an important role in the future of cover crops in the region.

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