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2019 Market Outlook Meetings

How’s your grain marketing plan?
We want to help! We invite you to sit down with industry professionals and the Key Cooperative grain team as they discuss how to identify and capture market opportunities, increase profitability and analyze the market outlook.

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EPA says it is committed to rule for higher ethanol blend by summer driving season

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Tuesday it would complete a rule to boost sales of higher-ethanol blends of gasoline by the summer driving season, despite a partial government shutdown.

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President Trump Signs Farm Bill

President Donald Trump signed H.R. 2, the Agriculture Improvement Act, better known as the 2018 Farm Bill, in a
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Section 199A/DPAD Reminder

Members are now receiving their Section 199 notices. For questions about this year’s tax reform changes, read here

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3rd Annual Pink at the Pump® Campaign Raises $17,000 for Breast Cancer Research and Patient Support

By choosing cleaner-burning, higher-performing E15 this October, drivers across Iowa raised $17,000 for breast cancer support services and research.

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Iowa E15 Retailers Kick-Off 3rd Annual Pink at the Pump® Campaign

Participating retailers to donate 3¢ of every gallon of E15 sold during month of October to National Breast Cancer Foundation and The Hormel Institute

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2018-2019 Bushels for Ag Program

Key Cooperative is proud to partner with local FFA chapters to provide a hands on grain marketing experience. Read on for more information on this program.

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AgGateway Digital Ag In Action: Paper Chase Ends And Business Improves

Key Cooperative decided it needed to pursue eConnectivity and joined the AgGateway Seed Connectivity Project in 2012.

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Gov. Reynolds Signs Overweight Loads Proclamation

Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation Tuesday allowing the transportation of oversize and overweight loads of grain for 60
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Naig Encourages Iowans to Prepare for Propane Needs this Fall and Winter

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig today encouraged ag businesses, farmers, rural residents and other Iowans that
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Farming by the foot

Precision Ag technology delivers for early adopters

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