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TRAINING TO SERVE YOU WELL

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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NEW EQUIPMENT MORE EFFICIENT

DAVID ANDERSON AND RYAN SCHMIDT, AGRONOMY OPERATIONS DIRECTORS Our agronomy team spends three months—January, February and March—getting our equipment ready for spring and summer. This year, we’re working with new equipment, and we plan to add even more equipment to address our current initiative, doing more with less. Last fall proved this can be done.

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TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTS CONSERVATION

Jeff Crissinger, VP of Agronomy sales / Marketing Conservation opportunities and implementation of climate-smart practices has been a re-occurring topic in my recent newsletter articles. In this article, I’ll expand on this topic by describing specialized equipment NuWay-K&H has that supports the conservation efforts of you and your cooperative. SoilWarrior® Strip Tillage After more than

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POTENTIAL NITROGEN LOSS

NuWay-K&H AGRONOMY ACCOUNT MANAGERS Temperatures this winter have been abnormally high, and lack of snow cover could lead to an early growing season. Our concern is for the minimal soil moisture in the top two to four inches—see the accompanying map generated by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Soil temperatures could warm faster this

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COURT PULLS DICAMBA LABEL

JOHN SANDMEYER, Seed, Crop Protection & Nutrients Products Director On February 6, 2024, a federal court in Arizona vacated EPA’s 2020 registrations for dicamba products to be sprayed on dicamba-tolerant crops. These crops include Bayer’s XtendiMax®, BASF’s Engenia® and Syngenta’s Tavium®, which are the only products previously registered to spray over Xtend® or XtendFlex® soybeans.

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PATRONS EARN POINTS!

AL Seckinger, VP of Retail Operations NuWay-K&H Cooperative now offers a loyalty program that gives you points for every single purchase you make at our stores. You can redeem those points inside our stores or at the pumps for instant savings. Sign up for NuWay-K&H Rewards today, and you will also save money on fuel

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2024 Intern Introductions

Derek Russenberger, Agronomy Account Manager Each summer, NuWay-K&H Cooperative hires interns to assist our member-owners in collecting data and field samples. This extra help makes it possible for us to make informed decisions about in-season management of yield potential. Throughout the summer, our interns play a role in various services we offer, such as completing

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OUR GREATEST ASSET

Emily Boelke, VP of Human Resources At NuWay-K&H Cooperative, our people are our greatest asset. It is with great pleasure that I introduce to you three new and talented employees: Jessika Bingamon, Trenton Guidry, and Stephanie Reagan. Jessika Bingamon Just a few days after Thanksgiving, Jessika started her job as cook at our Thompson store.

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