Welcome to our new website. Make sure to check out the DTN Portal on the left side of the page. The DTN portal will be replacing the DPP Online offers on April 15th and is the reason why we switched websites.
We are now offering Free Storage on Newly delivered Corn and Beans No Charge Price Later Contracts Please call with any questions
Dunkerton Co-op will be accepting a limited amount of Syngenta Duracade product sometime AFTER HARVEST as space allows for processing in our Feed Mill.
It will have to be dry corn and unloaded in Dump 2 for Feed Processing and cannot be unloaded in any other of our grain receiving pits.
We WILL NOT ACCEPT any Duracade DURING HARVEST and Duracade is not being accepted for delivery to any of the local ethanol plants or processing plants.
It is your responsibility according to your grower agreement with Syngenta to inform us before delivery that you want to deliver Duracade to us and to let us know at the time of delivery that it is Duracade.
Make no mistake, it is going to be a big one!
After a lot of research and some discussion that started back in February, the Board of Directors approved the building of a new grain bin to the west of the first 2 bins built back in 2000 on the south side of the road (Dumps 3 and 4). This new Brock bin will be 156 foot wide, 66 foot tall to the eve and 110 foot tall to the fill height and will hold 1,295,000 bushel. This is the biggest bin that Brock currently sells.
The "Hill" will be closed on Friday, July 3rd & Saturday, July 4th.
Introducing the 360 Soilscan
Listen to what your field is telling you. 360 SOILSCAN provides you with zone-specific soil nitrate analysis results right in your field in as little as 5 minutes, with accuracy that’s comparable to commercial lab results.
For your Agronomy needs, please call Jake at 319-239-5602, Jim at 319-237-2523, Kevin at 319-240-3026 or Eric at 563-920-2652
Agronomy will be running longer hours and weekends during the busy spring season as the weather permits.
With the hustle and bustle of life on the farm, please take the time to consider the safety of yourself, your family and your employees. Read more about: