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>>Free Price Later is now available at Heartland Coop for corn or soybeans delivered to Iowa locations on or after 12/01/22 as space allows.  The final pricing day will be 10/20/23.<<<

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Heartland Co-op has teamed up with John Stewart & Associates

to offer an exciting producer marketing tool for corn and soybeans.


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FFA Checkoff



Heartland Co-op has partnered with the Iowa FFA Foundation to create a farmer-driven checkoff program in support of Iowa FFA. 



For questions or further information, contact Heartland Co-op’s Grain Department at 515-974-4355.

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Conservation Updates

 Just Released! New short film about Conservation.
Heartland Co-op's Conservation Agronomy team is proud to support the Unilever and Practical Farmers of Iowa cover crop cost share program. In 2022 alone, over 300 of our Iowa and Nebraska farmers took part in the program! Covercrops are one of the many solutions to preventing soil erosion and holding our nutrients in our fields. Even more exciting? One of our forward-thinking farmers, our Conservation Agronomist, Ruth McCabe are featured in this film!



Western Iowa Growers Meeting was in Slater, part of Heartland Co-op's Conservation Team, Will Hoffmann and Emery Davis were presenting, along with PFI's Lydia English. 

They had a good turn out, and spoke about the Haggie project, cover crops, edge of field structures and cost share.   
Last year the Conservation team had a great run, this year looks to even pick up more momentum and be a success as well.
Contact them to learn more about these practices.


Celebrating International Women's Day~ and Women at Heartland Co-op!
The women in the picture only represent a small portion of the company's amazing task force of ladies. They are your agronomist, your smiling counter sales person, feed sales specialist, working in accounting, propane, hr and ag.
~ We are Heartland Co-op ~


Custom Applicator of the Year!

Bruce Patterson, Kellogg Location, was just announced as the Iowa Commercial Applicator of the Year, from the Agribusiness Association of Iowa . The award is given to those who’s dedication goes beyond the normal call of duty.
📷: Bruce receiving his award, an engraved shotgun.
Bruce, thank you for your excellence!





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Grain Meetings Success



 Recent Events


Iowa Ag Expo




Conservation Event

The Kickoff Meeting for

the Lower Cedar Watershed was a success!

Thanks to everyone that came out to the event!




Feed Department Event

The Show Feed Clinic in Prairie City was a success! 



Leadership Development Class of 2023

Focusing on our Core Value of Continuous Improvement, Heartland Co-op has invited Rick Kievits with the Iowa Institute for Cooperatives and James Summers with Iowa State University to work with a group of Heartland Co-op employees in a new Leadership Development Program. This Program is designed to enhance the skillsets of newly assigned managers within Heartland Co-op.

On December 8th and 9th twenty-one new operations managers joined in the first session, along with the represented Regional Managers, the HR Team, and the Executive staff. This is a 13-month commitment for the new leaders involved in the class, intending to give them the tools needed to thrive and grow in their new leadership roles.

Success in this program will not only mean more success for the managers in attendance and their team, and success to future attendees in future classes, but also success to Heartland Co-op as a whole in achieving our purpose of “Helping farmers produce and market profitably” 









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