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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

    Midwest Corn And Soybean Yields – Our Readers’ Reports – AgFax11-22

    Rice Comment: The Case for Neonicotinoid Seed Treatment11-22

    U.S. Rice: Rain Stalls Texas 2nd Crop Harvest; Crop Sales Continue11-22

    Rice Market: Sale to Iraq Moves the Market11-22

    Rose on Cotton: Looking for the Positives This Week11-21

    Grain Drying: 6 Questions About Effects Of Sudden Drop In Temps11-21

    Is Your Lifestyle Costing You the Farm?11-21

    DTN Livestock Close: Cattle Futures Solidly Higher11-21

    Farmers Storing Grain Need to Weigh Risk Management Factors – DTN11-21

    Peanut Harvest Updates From Southeast, Delta And Southwest – AgFax11-21

    Cleveland on Cotton: 57 Cents – ‘The Bottom is In’11-21

    Ag Labor: Immigration Order Provides Little Long-Term Benefit – DTN11-21

    Doane Cotton Close: Decline in Chinese Production Offers Support11-21

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: Strong Soybean Gains, Little Movement in Corn, Wheat11-21

    Southern Soybean, Corn Harvest Reports, Round One – AgFax11-21

    AFB Cotton Close: Futures Rebound11-21

    AFB Rice Close: Prices See More Slight Gains11-21

    DTN Cotton Close: Settles Higher on Light Volume11-21

    DTN Grain Close: Soybeans Boosted by Demand11-21

    USDA: Peanut Price Highlights11-21

    Oklahoma Pecans: Deliveries Remain Light11-21

    Georgia Pecans: Buying Interest Very Active11-21

    Ag Policy: Farm Bills Need Long-Term View11-21

    Cotton Market Weekly Review by Region11-21

    DTN Livestock Midday: Cattle Futures Surge Higher11-21

    Arkansas Cattle: Ranchers Should be Alert to Acorn Poisoning11-21

    DTN Grain Midday: All 3 Commodities Go Higher11-21

    Economist: Livestock Industry Will Have Strong Rebound11-21

    DTN Dried Distillers Grain: Cheaper Feed Source for Beef Producers?11-21

    Mississippi Outdoors: Common Deer Parasites Do Not Affect Venison11-21

    DTN Cotton Open: Trades Higher after No Notices Issued11-21

    AgFax Wildlife Review: New E-Book Offers Tips for Gardening in South11-21

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Futures to Start Mixed11-21

    Weather Challenges Florida and Iowa Farms — DTN11-21

    Vilsack: Immigration Order Creates ‘Stability’ in Ag Work Force — DTN11-21

    DTN Grain Open: Lower Start Across Board11-21

    Keith Good: What’s Next for Meat Labeling?; Sugar Prices Take Tumble11-21

    Texas Cotton Harvest – Still Some To Go – AgFax11-20

    Mississippi: Water Conservation Summit, Stoneville, Dec. 1011-20

    Farm Internet Service Still Slow or Non-Existent, But Improving – DTN11-20

    Yield: Important Factor in Your Irrevocable Farm Program Choice11-20

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Weekly Inspections Reach Record11-20

    U.S. Drought Outlook: Improvements Expected for California, Southwest11-20

    U.S. Energy: Planned Refinery Maintenance Light in 201411-20

    Propane Stocks: Post Slight Increase11-20

    Gasoline Prices: Decrease by 5 Cents11-20

    Diesel Prices: Average Drops 2 Cents11-20

    Livestock: Arctic Chill Catches Markets Flatfooted – DTN11-19

    Farm Runoff Targeted for Regulation Following Algal Bloom Shutdown – DTN11-19

    Soybeans: China May Import More Non-GMO Beans – DTN11-19

    Mississippi Outdoors: Free Apps Can Aid Deer Hunters11-19

    Big River Rice And Grain Enhances, Expands Facilities In Arkansas, Louisiana11-19

    Farm Bill Commodity Program: Decisions and More Decisions11-18

    Young Farmers: USDA is the ‘Lender of 1st Opportunity’ – DTN11-18

    Tax Extenders: Farm Groups Push Congress to Renew Section 179 This Year – DTN11-18

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices11-18

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Show Little Movement11-18

    North Carolina: Bt Resistant Armyworms Migrating North11-18

    Georgia Cotton Commission Meeting, Production Workshop, Tifton, Jan. 2811-18

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