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AGP Sells Grain and Corn Assets to Heartland Co-op

January 7, 2020

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AGP Sells Grain and Corn Assets to Heartland Co-op

A subsidiary of agribusiness Ag Processing Inc. (AGP), AGP Grain Marketing LLC, recently wrapped up the sale of its grain and processed corn business unit in Texas and New Mexico to Heartland Co-op, the company announced in a January 2 release. 

“The Texas and New Mexico locations have been a part of AGP’s grain operations since 2002. We are pleased to see the facilities remain in the cooperative system and are confident that Heartland will continue to provide high-quality feed and value-added service for dairy, livestock, and grain customers in the region.”

Based in West Des Moines, IA, Heartland currently operates 71 locations in Iowa and Nebraska. The cooperative expanded outside of Iowa in 2018 with the acquisition of several facilities in Nebraska from Helena Chemical/Gavilon Fertilizer, according to information on its website.

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