Medford Cooperative

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Medford Cooperative believes in providing our customers the best feed product that can be manufactured. We are constantly looking at ways to improve our manufacturing process to increase quality and efficiency.  A couple of years ago we started the process of replacing our feed mixers.  The mixers were both over 30 years old and becoming very difficult to maintain.  I investigated new feed mixing technology, deciding on a 4 ton twin shaft mixer from Scott Manufacturing in New Prague Minnesota…


Fall is in the air which means one thing to our Agronomy department – HARVEST TIME! We are getting into high moisture corn season, we don’t have any information yet on yields but it’s looking good! We will be sure to provide an update as we have more information. Soybeans are in full harvest. We are seeing above average yields this year at about 40-45 bushels.


Small Grain Small grain harvest is in full swing. Grain quality looks really good this year. The cooler season has actually helped small grain fill out so we should have a heavier grain which will mean a more marketable product for our customers.   Soybeans Soybeans are filling and the recent rain will help them fill out even more. The soybeans in our area look really nice right now. If we could get about an inch of rain every week…


Our Tanks of Thanks recipients have been selected! Thanks to the following people for their kind deeds and service: Father Gerard Willger Tammy Renly Brad & Jenn Rau Leon Gustafson Judd Hraby Brian Bucki Jennifer Frenzel Al Leonard Tracy and Karen Shook Carrie Kraucyk Joyce Vahl Kenneth Klahn Tanks of Thanks Celebration Details Grab some food anytime between 5:00-7:00 PM All food sale proceeds will go to the Meals in a Backpack program Recipient Reception – 6:30 PM Superhero Costume Contest…


Producers often ask me “What is the best feed buy right now?” I used to look at cost per ton and cost per gram of MP in ingredients to answer that question. Now I have developed a spreadsheet to help answer that question more effectively. Since we have limited space for ingredients, we need to choose the best ones that will fit in a very diversified portfolio of rations. The first limiting amino acid for milk production is lysine. I…