BEAVER DAM -- United Cooperative President and CEO David Cramer has announced the acquisition of the assets at the WS Ag Centers in Darlington and Cuba City.
"We are not only buying a business, we are acquiring the opportunity to serve a broader range of quality producers and add new services to their existing offerings," Cramer said. "As a cooperative, United Cooperative returns its profits to its members, helping grow local economies throughout Wisconsin."
The purchase of WS Ag Center provides United Cooperative with a state-of-the-art agronomy facility and 15 employees that are focused on helping producers maximize their investment in a variety of agricultural inputs.
"We are also pleased to welcome many of the WS Ag Center employees into the United Cooperative family," Cramer said.
The acquisition provides a new footprint in southwest Wisconsin, expanding United Cooperatives ability to provide quality services to producers.
United Cooperative is a full-service cooperative offering feed, grain, agronomy and energy services to patrons throughout much of Wisconsin, northern Illinois and upper Michigan.
Formed in 1936, United Cooperative is a full-service cooperative offering feed, grain, agronomy, and energy products and services to midwestern farmers and consumers.
United Cooperative has locations throughout Wisconsin, in Auroraville, Baraboo, Beaver Dam, Belmont, Boscobel, Coleman, Deerfield, Denmark, Greenville, Gresham, Hartford, Hillsboro, Horicon, Hustisford, Johnson Creek, and Kendall.
They are also in, Mayville, Oconto Falls, Ontario, Oshkosh, Pickett, Poynette, Prairie du Sac, Pulaski, Reedsburg, Ripon, Rock Springs, Sauk City, Shawano, South Beaver Dam, Westfield, Wilton, Wonewoc and Wyocena.