Maywood Station Update:
For all of your bulk fuel, propane, and/or customer account inquiries, please call 308-362-4243. If you need to reach Ag Valley via fax, please send your documents to 308-362-4258.
Thank you for your business!
Ag Valley is happy to announce that we will be offering FREE daily Wi-Fi access from the parking lot of our Edison, Ampride and Arapahoe locations so our neighbors can continue to complete critical tasks such as homework, telemedicine, and work. To join our network, select AgValleyFree, there is no password required.
Click here for the Designated Parking Areas.pdf
The Ag Valley feed store in Oxford will be open from 2 – 5 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. During these times, Jim Fries will be available to service all of your feed needs. Please contact Jim at (308) 962-6497 with any questions. Thank you for your patronage.
Ag Valley Co-op has the goal of training our drivers and employees through the Truckers Against Trafficking program. Click here to learn more about how Truckers Agrainst Trafficking is fighting human trafficking.
Effective today, January 4, 2021, corn delivered into Edison, Norton, Bartley, Maywood, Orleans, Wilsonville, Eustis, Big Springs and North Platte will be eligible for Delayed Price (DP) and receive free storage through Dec 31, 2021. Only bushels delivered from today forward are eligible.
Reminder: Delayed Price grain will not be eligible to be applied to future delivery contracts.
Anyone wishing to participate must notify us of their intentions to participate in the program and let us know that they are finished hauling so that we may draw up the necessary paperwork required by the State.
Contact your local Ag Valley location if you have any questions.
Ag Valley's app is now available to view on a desktop computer! Login is just like the app, use your cellphone number and you will be good to go! Click the link below to check it out today.
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