FCL has become aware of a safety incident at its Co-op Feed Plant in Calgary.
An expansion project is currently underway to increase storage capacity by more than 30 per cent at the Co-op Fertilizer Terminal in Brandon, Man.
Instead of farm to fork, it’s field to glass with a partnership turning a Saskatchewan crop into a new beverage.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) has opened a new state-of-the-art fertilizer terminal near Grassy Lake, Alta.
Spring seeding is just around the corner and Co-op continues to be well-positioned to meet the increased fuel demands of Western Canadian farmers as they head into the field.
Co-op has begun early spring delivery of fuel to Western Canadian farms in preparation for the peak spring seeding season.
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.