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Grain Updates - March, 2019

We have also opened free delayed pricing at all locations. This grain must be priced by August 22nd NO EXCEPTIONS. We are also looking at new crop prices and getting offers working. TJ Fulton - Grain Marketer
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Energy Spring Plans

As we all look forward to the spring weather after this winter, it's time to discuss spring related topics relevant to fuels, propane, and lubricants. Chad Larsen - Energy Sales Manager
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Planning for Spring Feed Needs

During this busy time, your Crystal Valley feed team can help lighten your load, we would be happy to meet any of your extra feed needs during this busy time. Please contact your local mill for assistance. Dave Limoges - Feed Sales Manager
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Job Seeker Resume Tips

If you are in the market for a new career, be sure you check out our tips in creating a successful resume.  Ashley Leivermann - Chief Human Resources Officer
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Propane Safety Tips

Our propane drivers would also greatly appreciate if you could provide them with a path to the propane tank on your property. This not only makes our driver's job’s easier,  it will also make it easier for you to be able to go out and check the percentage of your tank. In most cases our drivers are walking through thigh deep snow to access your propane tank, this makes for a very long day for them and they could service more customer’s in a day if there was a path to every tank. If your tank is buried in a snow drift, our drivers may decide not to deliver to your location until you, our customer, have found the tank and provided easy access to the tank. It is your responsibility as a customer to make sure we can access your tank. Tyler Thoeny - Energy Facilities and Service Manager
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DPAD: How Doing Business with the Cooperative Can Benefit You

There are several benefits of doing business through the cooperative. One of those benefits involves selling grain to the cooperative where you could receive a DPAD (Domestic Production Activities Deduction) pass through. A patron who delivers grain to any Crystal Valley location, as well as direct ship bushels, is potentially eligible for this deduction. Megan Tusa - Grain Marketer
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