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Nominations for directors is now open

While every year has its own unique issues of weather, pests, commodity markets etc., we are going to remember 2020 for the impact that COVID-19 has had on our operations and our personal lives. 

As we finish the harvest season, the impact of COVID is not yet past us.

Nominations will close earlier this year as we have more lead time required to get information together for a virtual election

We are asking for nominations to be submitted by the end of business on Tuesday December 22, 2020.

** Details are included in the letter from John Nooyen **

Please don’t hesitate to contact our General Manager, Jim Campbell or any director for further information on the role and expectations of a director or questions about how our virtual AGM will work. 

Director Nomination Guide and Form

Surplus equipment for sale by tender

1992 International Flatbed Truck (Thamesville).


2020 Corn and Soybean Plot Data

From Essex, Chatham-Kent, Elgin-Middlesex and Lambton


IP Soybeans

Are you the right grower for the IP soybean market?

Scott Vandehogen and Andrew McVittie discuss the current and future IP soybean varieties, market information and consumer uses. 
Scott Vandehogen is AGRIS Co-operative's seed manager. Andrew McVittie is the IP soybean merchandiser for LAC (London Agricultural Commodities).


Fields to Forks on CTV

Libro Credit Union features AGRIS Co-operative in their Fields To Forks commercial on CTV London and Kitchener stations.

Soybean and corn harvest

A reminder to please call before you visit us. 
All locations are ready to receive your soybean and corn harvest. We have site-specific procedures to ensure we are using best practices to protect the health of our customers and staff.


Agility. Adaptability. Innovative.

That's how AGRIS is serving our customers.

Who would have thought we'd be serving customers from home offices and from facilities that are fully stocked with products ready to serve Ontario farmers in 2020?
No one, but AGRIS quickly put a plan into action to keep all customers, suppliers, staff and communities safe from the spread of COVID-19. And here we are. Wheat has been harvested. Crops look good for the most part. We're so proud of our people and our customers for their agility, adaptability and willingness to embrace innovation and change.

John Nooyen, AGRIS Co-operative Board President demonstrates how it was done, and thanks AGRIS customers for how quickly they've adapted.

Ag digital innovation is now.

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Crop Sales Specialist
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