Posts Tagged ‘Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings’

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Pinnacle Launches Performance Agriculture Brand – Extends Reach in Midwest and California

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC recently launched its newest farm input retail and wholesale brand, Performance Agriculture. Operations will be directed […]

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Pinnacle Announces the Acquisition of Wellsville’s East Kansas Chemical

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC (“Pinnacle”) has acquired East Kansas Chemical (“East Kansas Chemical”). East Kansas Chemical will operate as part […]

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Pinnacle-Sanders Acquires United Agricultural Coop, El Campo, Texas

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC (has successfully acquired certain assets of United Agricultural Cooperative, Inc..  United Ag will operate as part […]

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Pinnacle Ag Buying Kansas Ag Dealer Frontier Chemical

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC has successfully acquired Frontier Chemical, LLC. Frontier Chemical will operate as part of Pinnacle’s Providence Agriculture […]

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Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings Acquires East Bernard Milling Company

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC (“Pinnacle”) has successfully acquired East Bernard Milling Company (“East Bernard Milling”). East Bernard Milling will operate […]

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Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings Acquires Max Birney Aerial Spraying

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC (“Pinnacle”) has successfully acquired Max Birney Aerial Spraying Inc. (“Max Birney”). Max Birney will operate as […]

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Pinnacle Ag-Sanders Buys Alabama’s Federer Fertilizer

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC, has successfully acquired Federer Fertilizer Incorporated. Federer Fertilizer will operate as part of Pinnacle’s Sanders brand. […]

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Pinnacle Ag Announces New Southeast Retail Arm, Providence Agriculture

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC – which has become a major player in ag distribution in the Midsouth – announced to […]

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Jimmy Sanders Acquires 8th Kentucky Retail Location

Jimmy Sanders Incorporated, a subsidiary of Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings,  recently acquired certain assets of Mayfield Grain Company, Inc., in Mayfield, Kentucky. […]

Jimmy Sanders Inc./Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings Acquires Freeman & Son Seed Company of Maryland

Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC (“Pinnacle”), through its subsidiary Jimmy Sanders Incorporated (“Sanders”), has acquired the assets of Freeman & Son […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    Farmland Auction: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi Cropland – October 229-14

    Cotton – Southeast – More Cotton Defoliation; Rains Come Too Late – AgFax9-12

    Cotton – Midsouth – Picking Starts, More Cotton Defoliation Begins – AgFax9-12

    Soybeans – South – Variable Soybean Loopers; More Beans Cut – AgFax9-12

    Rice Crop: Harvest Zooms Along in Texas, Louisiana, Starts to Pick Up in the Delta9-12

    Rice Market: USDA Chops 11.5M CWT from Total Supply9-12

    Rose on Cotton: USDA Released a Bearish S&D Report9-12

    DTN Livestock Close: Nearby Live Pit Pressured By Lackluster Packer Demand9-12

    Doane Cotton Close: Strong Week for Prices9-12

    Environmental Groups Sue EPA Over Delay in Chlorpyrifos Ban – DTN9-12

    Cleveland on Cotton: Growers, Do Not Price Your Crop Right Now.9-12

    Welch on Wheat: U.S. and World Ending Stocks Increase9-12

    Welch on Grain: Increased Corn Production, Carryover9-12

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Soybeans Up, Wheat Lower, Corn Mixed9-12

    AFB Cotton Close: Slight Losses in Dec.9-12

    AFB Rice Close: Futures See More Solid Gains9-12

    Railroad Criticism a Long-Standing Refrain Among Farmers9-12

    DTN Cotton Close: Mixed for Day, Ahead for Week9-12

    Texas Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphids Confirmed on Southern High Plains9-12

    DTN Grain Close: End Week on Bearish Note9-12

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights9-12

    AgFax Rice Review: New Reservoir for Texas Growers; Continued Drought Problems in California9-12

    Peanut Harvest Gains Momentum In SE, Starts In Delta – AgFax9-12

    DTN Livestock Midday: Futures Bounce off Morning Lows9-12

    Small Farms and the Affordable Care Act9-12

    Georgia: Plains Peanut Festival, September 27, Celebrates Peanuts And Legacy9-12

    DTN Grain Midday: Trade Remains Mostly Lower9-12

    Mississippi Outdoors: Litter is Illegal, Unattractive and Even Harmful9-12

    Farming on the Mother Road: Farmers Becoming Sparse in California — DTN9-12

    Cattle at the Crossroads: Impact of Herd Expansion9-12

    DTN Cotton Open: Lower within Tiny Range9-12

    Georgia Gains Section 18 To Apply Transform On Grain Sorghum For Sugarcane Aphids9-12

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Total Inspections Highest Since May9-12

    Nimitz, Non-Fumigant Nematicide, Gains EPA Registration9-12

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Complex Set for Firm Start9-12

    DTN Grain Open: Soybeans Starting Out Higher9-12

    Keith Good: Record Demand for Corn, Soybeans Also in USDA Forecast9-12

    Grain Transportation: Congress Attempts to Find Rail Delay Solution – DTN9-11

    Texas: Growers Get Financial Help with Organic Certification9-11

    USDA Pegs Average Corn, Soybean Yields at Record Highs – DTN9-11

    USDA: $328M to Conserve Wetlands and Farmland, Boost Economy9-11

    2nd Arkansas Soybean Grower Breaks 100 BPA, and State Record9-11

    Ethanol: 11th Hour RFS Campaigns – DTN9-11

    USDA Adds More Primary Natural Disaster Areas9-11

    Arkansas Soybean Producer Breaks 100-Bushel Barrier 2 Years In A Row9-11

    Shurley on Cotton: No Surprise — Crop Estimate Shrinks9-11

    USDA: Corn, Soybean Production Forecast Raised, Cotton Lowered9-11

    WASDE Cotton: U.S. Production Reduced 1M Bales9-11

    WASDE Rice: U.S. Supplies Reduced 11.5M CWT9-11

    WASDE Oilseeds: U.S. Soybean Projection Up 97M Bushels9-11

    WASDE Coarse Grains: U.S. Corn Production Boosted to 14,395M Bushels9-11

    WASDE Wheat: Projected U.S. Supplies Raised 10M Bushels9-11

    Delaware: Soybean Farmers Urge Neighbors to ‘Share the Road’9-11

    Farm Program Decisions: Choosing Between ARC-CO and PLC9-11

    Livestock: Cattle Market Is Extra Jumpy This Year – DTN9-11

    U.S. Energy: Demand for Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel Likely to Rise9-11

    Gasoline Prices: Show Marginal Decrease9-11

    Propane Stocks: Inventories Down Slightly9-11

    Diesel Prices: Average Holds Steady9-11

    Farming on the Mother Road: Arizona Ranchers Crave Grass, Water — DTN9-11

    Soybeans, Corn in Midwest Facing Possible Early Frost – AgFax9-10

    Good on Grain: Do Big Soybean Crops Always Get Bigger?9-10

    House Votes to Block EPA’s Proposed Water Rule — DTN9-10

    Soybeans: Stoller Says Research Trial Produces 214 Bushels Per Acre9-10

    Cotton: Spot Quotations Down 464 Points in August — USDA9-10

    Southwest Cotton: Potential is Good; Some 2-Bale Dryland – AgFax9-9

    House Seeks to Limit EPA’s Authority Under CWA – DTN9-9

    Texas: Drought Loans Available for South Texas Growers9-9

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Steady as North Dakota Plant Gets Go Ahead9-9

    Sunbelt Ag Events

     

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