For the second quarter, CHS reports net income of nearly $249 million. That compares to $166 million in the same quarter one year ago. Market conditions improved for the cooperative’s energy division, driven primarily by the pricing for crude oil. There was a $9 million downturn in the agriculture division, hurt by margin pressures caused by weather, trade and logistical issues.
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