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Buhler to Become Seasonal Location

12/7/2016

The MKC Board of Directors and management continually evaluate services and facilities to ensure sound business decisions are made for the benefit of the members and patrons. 

After much consideration, it has been determined the Buhler location will become a seasonal facility open for grain harvest and anhydrous ammonia season. This change will take effect January 1, 2017. 

MKC employees Jason Cowan and Randy Sawatzky currently at the Buhler location will continue to oversee the operations at harvest and during ammonia application season. In addition, they will both assist the Groveland location with day to day operations. Grain settlements and any other administrative business will be handled by the staff at our Groveland location or any MKC location of your choosing.

Our goal is to continue our business relationship with you. With a renewed commitment to meeting your needs at the farm gate, we are confident we can continue to offer the services you require to make your operation successful.   


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