Grain exports are vital to American agriculture and we at CHS Larsen Cooperative need to be stewards of the marketing channels available to our producers.
Growers: Please carefully consider the marketing limitation when planting crops with unapproved traits. Global use is a very competitive market place and we are encouraging producers to check with sales representatives to make sure seed is approved.
CHS Larsen Cooperative reserves the right to test and decline any grain with unapproved traits that would diminish the competiveness of American grain
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns, our staff is ready and willing to discuss alternative avenues of marketing grain.
Thank you for your continued consideration.
The Summer 2014 Edition Of "The Ledger" Is Now Online!
With much of the Corn Belt in good moisture conditions, plant pathologists and farmers are reporting several foliar diseases in corn fields this season, including northern corn leaf blight and gray leaf spot.