Skyland Grain, Ag-Producers Coop Announce Joint Venture to Broaden Markets in KS, OK, CO, and TX

Kansas-based agriculture company Skyland Grain and the Texas-based cooperative Ag Producers Co-op have signed an agreement for a joint venture effective April 1, according to a Pratt Tribune report.

This relationship will open up markets to farmer-owners across Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and West Texas.

Skyland Grain operates grain receiving facilities in 42 locations across Kansas, Oklahoma and Colorado. The coop has licensed grain storage capacity of more than 100 million bushels.

Skyland Grain provides full-service energy and a full service agronomy department that provides bulk liquid, dry, and anhydrous ammonia fertilizers, chemicals, and seed, as well as custom application for fertilizer and chemicals.

Ag Producers Co-op specializes in grain, cotton, agronomy services, fuel and retail stores across West Texas. It operates facilities in 22 locations and has a total licensed grain storage capacity of over 68 million bushels and three cotton gins.

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