Aurora Cooperative to sell South Dakota assets to Agtegra

February 6, 2024 | by magnews24.com

Aurora Cooperative Elevator Co., a Nebraska cooperative, will sell its South Dakota assets in Mitchell and Tyndall to Agtegra, a South Dakota-based agricultural cooperative.

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Aurora Cooperative acquired the South Dakota assets in 2017 and has operated an agronomy business there since that time. Agtegra was formed in February 2018 with the merger of two farmer-owned cooperatives – 95-year-old South Dakota Wheat Growers of Aberdeen, and 102-year-old North Central Farmers Elevator of Ipswich. Agtegra has locations across North Dakota and South Dakota.

Aurora Cooperative leaders are confident that Agtegra will not only serve the customers well but will continue Aurora Cooperative’s history of supporting the communities, according to a news release.

Headquartered in Aurora, Nebraska, over 115 years, Aurora Cooperative has over 650 employees across 70 locations in six states where they provide products, services, and expertise in grain, agronomy, animal nutrition and energy. 

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