NuWay-K&H Cooperative

Diversified | Innovative | Exceptional Value

NuWay–K&H Cooperative’s brand vision is to be:

A Diversified Partner To You and Your Community Delivering Exceptional Value Through Knowledge and Innovation.

Yes, we offer seed, fuel, precision ag and technology in Minnesota and Iowa, but what we really deliver is value. When you have a trusted advisor, you can add efficiency to your operation, manage the risks of your expenses and know you have an advocate in NuWay–K&H Cooperative. That's the cooperative model. When you do better, we all do better.

You Could Say We’re In the Answer Business

Agronomy, precision ag, energy and fuel are each part of the diverse range of services offered by NuWay–K&H Cooperative. We’re also here to provide answers to things like market fluctuations, best practices, technology trends and insights on all the variables that affect your operation and profitability.

We have a lot of tools to help us do that. But we’ve got even better people. And when we don’t have the immediate answer, you can bet we will not rest until we find the best solution.


Building relationships by emphasizing value, excellent service, and competitive pricing.

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Delivering Knowledge and Innovation for your specific operation.

New Service Available To You

With the increasing interest among growers in our area regarding the practice of strip-till, we decided to offer strip-till as a service starting in the Fall of 2023. This fall we are running a Soil Warrior 4540 SED3. This machine is 40 feet, 16 rows, and has 3 bins available for a dry fertilizer system. Talk with your Agronomy Account Manager to see if strip-till makes sense to try on your operation.

Precision Ag

Delivering Knowledge and Innovation for your specific operation.

Optimize Your Nitrogen

Adapt-N maximizes the potential for every unit of N on your corn crop by optimizing nitrogen use efficiency. By employing multiple data points specific to your individual fields it creates variable rate nitrogen recommendations automatically every 24 hours. These recommendations are based on years of university-backed research and over a decade of successful use by agronomists. The recommendations are also flexible and can be adjusted to fit your specific needs whether that be an increased yield expectation or budget considerations.

Nitrogen is one of the highest input costs for farms today and continues to fluctuate. Make sure to maximize your investment in nitrogen by minimizing N loss and maintaining or increasing yield. Through the use of Adapt-N you will ensure that every pound of N goes where it’s needed, when it's needed, and at the right rate to hit your yield goals.

Contact your NuWay Agronomy Account Manager or our FarmRx team if you are interested in this program.

Futures & Weather


Road Safety Tips for Rural Communities

April 17, 2024

Living in rural communities means increased farm traffic on the roadway in the spring. Farmers spend an estimated 50 hours a year moving equipment on public roads. Most paved roads are 18 to 20 feet wide and 70 percent of farm machinery is more than 13 feet wide. According to statistics from MN DOT, there […]

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The Benefits of Lower Carbon Intensity (CI) Corn Farming

April 15, 2024

Why Carbon Intensity Scores Matter More Than Ever In recent years, measuring carbon intensity – the greenhouse gas emissions generated throughout a product’s life cycle – has become a big deal in agriculture, especially for corn grown for ethanol. Major ethanol producers like Valero, POET, and Green Plains are prioritizing corn with a low carbon […]

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Energy Market Update – April 10, 2024

April 10, 2024

Markets are starting to find some direction since the release of the DOE (Department Of Energy Report) came out this morning (see chart below). With a more than expected build on crude, diesel and gas markets have started to soften. The last two days we have seen a little bit of a downward trend so […]

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April 3, 2024

Jake Oldenburg, VP Operations The winter has been fairly mild. We didn’t dedicate much equipment or employee time to moving snow, which is frankly a timewaster. On the other hand, we didn’t deliver as much propane, because of abnormally warm temperatures. Despite this, our employees stayed busy preparing for the spring agronomy season and studying […]

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