Photo Friday: First Week of March

Today marks Employee Appreciation Day (recognized annually on the first Friday of March) and this one is even more significant because of the year we’ve experienced as a team.

Together, our team has worked through a global pandemic and continued to serve our customers as safely as possible in order to get a crop in the ground, municipalities still operating, livestock fed, homes heated and harvest 2020 safely in the books. Our employees have altered operations to meet county, state and national mandates. They’ve asked tough questions and responded to every request made of them.

And then, we merged! Today so much effort is being put into re-branding, learning new processes and systems, introducing teams and joining forces to best serve our customers.

Co-Alliance employees haven’t missed a beat.

We’ve seen more lamb than lion on this first week of March 2021 and we’ve not heard a single complaint. Our energy teams are still running full bore and our agronomy teams are gearing up, getting seed and product to farms. We welcome you to Photo Friday this first week of March where we offer you a glimpse of what our employees are doing at your local, farmer-owned cooperative.

Bob Temple delivers CountryMark fuel to a farm in Rush County in his newly-rebranded fuel truck.
A big thank you to Argos agronomy for their hospitality to the marketing team this week as we work on communication to our members.
We’re proud to fuel the famous Madam Carroll on beautiful Lake Freeman. Did you know it takes 750 gallons to fill her up? Bring on the warm weather! ☀️
Ryan Sieber, branch manager at Argos agronomy, sits for a few minutes to record an agronomy update for members.
It’s beginning to look a lot like March at our agronomy locations as we gear up for #Plant21. This was taken at our Verona agronomy location.
Hazwoper training allows these rigs to rest for a few minutes while energy drivers ensure compliance.
Macey Orme, energy marketing, utilizes a drone to capture footage for upcoming propane communications.
Team members are working with growers this morning on variable rate seeding recommendations to maximize profitability on every acre.

Thank you, Co-Alliance employees for a job well done!

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