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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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  • Hopefully Back To The Barging Table For Cargill and Workers

    There is word that both sides in the Cargill labour dispute in High River are scheduled to talk this week. Unless a new deal is worked out between the two sides, hundreds of workers will hit the bricks next Monday morning. They rejected the last offer from Cargill by a margin of 98 percent. Not long after, Cargill issued a lockout notice should workers walk off the job in less than a week.

  • Canola Shortfall Continues To Impact Prices

    Canola prices continue to hover around $1,000 per tonne. Brian Voth, president of IntelliFARM Inc., commented on the reasoning behind the high prices. "I think the biggest driver is just the lack of production in Canada, coupled with a lot of buying from China in the past six to eight months, which has really led to these diminished balance sheets on canola and a multitude of other commodities. That has continued to fuel canola prices," he said. "We went into this year with relatively low overall stocks, with a production that's sixty per cent or whatever the number's going to be of normal. Obviously, we'll get those numbers out here at the end of the week from Stats Canada on our final production estimate but it's going to be a fraction of a normal canola crop. That has kept prices up at these elevated levels and continuing to move higher because we don't have enough canola to satisfy the historical export demand along with domestic crush."

  • Cargill And UFCW 401 Back At The Bargaining Table

    The beef sector is hoping to see an agreement reached that will avert a potential lock out at the Cargill meat packing plant at High River. Negotiators for Cargill and the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada Union Local 401 are back at the bargaining table today.

  • Manitoba Daycares Receive BASF Community Challenge Donations

    BASF Canada Agricultural Solutions (BASF) is donating a combined $65,000 to farming communities across Western Canada. BASF’s Community Challenge called on canola growers to nominate a local organization or initiative for the chance to receive one of eight $5,000 donations, with an additional $25,000 grand prize award in celebration of InVigor hybrid canola’s 25th anniversary season.

  • Canadian Western Agribition A Success Despite Lower Attendance

    Last week marked the return of Canadian Western Agribition following a one-year break due to COVID. CEO Chris Lane says while they don't have solid numbers yet, attendance was down due to COVID requirements and travel restrictions. "A factor for sure. COVID has caused anybody in the event, hospitality or tourism business, in particular, to sort of rethink their plans and, and how you measure success. So it's hard to really know the exact effect. There's lots going on in the agriculture community that also would have an effect. Agribition is, you know, dependent on the weather, drought and prices in agriculture, as it is on any other thing. So, you know, I think COVID might have had a downward effect on the attendance, in terms of school kids, for example. You know, 10,000 school kids in Regina couldn't come to the show this year, like they normally do at their schools and field trips. So those numbers will show up eventually. But, you know, overall, I think in the people who did come

  • Farmers Reminded To Practice Grain Safety

    The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) is reminding farmers about the dangers of grain entrapment. Agricultural Health and Safety Specialist Rob Gobeil says the main reason for a farmer to enter a grain bin would be to address the poor condition of the grain before shipping.

  • Despite Drought in Southern Wisconsin, Crop Researchers say Average Yields are Expected this Year

    Unlike previous dry years, this year's crops haven't suffered the same drought stress, reduced yields.

  • Idaho Ag Department Awards $1.85 Million in Grants

    Several farm commissions and other organizations will receive a total of $1.85 million in grant money this year through the Idaho State Department of Agriculture’s specialty crop block grant program.

  • Drought Forcing Ranchers to Sell Livestock

    "We sold quite a few mama cows and we moved a lot of cattle off of our ranches to other places further north in other parts of the state that had water," Poncia said.

  • USDA Issuing $270 Million in Pandemic Assistance to Poultry, livestock Contract Producers

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has begun issuing approximately $270 million in payments to contract producers of eligible livestock and poultry who applied for Pandemic Assistance.

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