According to CHS Ag Services General Manager Ryan Anderson, the work has been done to prepare for a busy spring and supply chain concerns. “I feel good about our supply plan, we’re still relying on our unit trains to resupply us for spring. We have those in place right now.” During the CHS Ag Services Annual Meeting, Anderson announced the cooperative returned $11.4 million in patronage to its owners for fiscal year 2021. CHS Ag Services is getting ready to break ground on a new greenfield agronomy complex ag Badger, Minnesota. “It’s going be a brand new 8,000-ton dry fertilizer plant with a chemical warehouse (and) seed tanks.” The Badger site should be operational for the spring of 2023.
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