FCL campaigns took home seven prestigious prizes at the Canadian Agri-Marketing Association awards.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is celebrating Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan with support for the growing food manufacturing industry in the province.
Rain, snow and generally cool weather has hampered harvest across the Prairies for another year, prompting Co-op to advise growers to begin considering their propane needs.
Innovative climate-smart practices such as 4R Nutrient Stewardship can improve both the quantity and quality of food without compromising food security, making agriculture more sustainable, more productive and more resilient.
FCL is acquiring a 150 million litre-per-year ethanol plant near Belle Plaine, Sask., to meet existing fuels standards and prepare for incoming national Clean Fuel Standard.
After a full review of its feed business, Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is consolidating feed production from six facilities across the Prairies to three.
Farm fuel distributed through Co-op Cardlocks across Saskatchewan and Manitoba will be exempt from the Federal Fuel Charge, commonly referred to as the carbon levy.
FCL is investing $41.8 million to build a new state-of-the-art, high-throughput fertilizer terminal near Grassy Lake, Alta.