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Welcome to Posey County Co-Op

Your #1 agricultural resource since 1927!
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About Our Co-Op

Posey County LLC is a farmer-owned supply cooperative with facilities in Posey and adjoining counties in southwest Indiana and southern Illinois, which is open to the public. The company was formed in 1927 by having area farmers each invest in one share of stock. The company continues to grow based on the needs of our customers, and a policy of honesty, quality products and services, and fair pricing are adhered to. Any profits generated are returned to the farmer-owners, retained for operating needs, and paid as income taxes. Following is a list of our facilities with the products and services offered. Give us an opportunity to serve you, we are a unique business with the customers' interests at heart.

Haubstadt


235 State Road 68
Haubstadt, IN 47639
(812) 768-6695


St. Wendel


10420 Winery Road
St. Wendel, IN 47638
(812) 963-3391


Grayville


2333 Highway
Grayville, IL 62844
(618) 375-7728


Mt. Vernon


817 W. 4th St.
Mt. Vernon, IN 47620
(812) 838-4468
(800) 276-7157

Griffin


250 Railroad Street
Griffin, IN 47616
(812) 851-5761
(800) 276-7160

Poseyville


151 South Lockwood
Poseyville, IN 47633
(812) 874-2213
(800) 453-8326

Evansville


3300 Interstate Drive
Evansville, IN 47715
Tri State Vet and Pet Supply
(812) 477-4793
(800) 489-9081


Please contact us with any questions or concerns. We strive to meet the needs of our customers as promptly as possible. Feel free to call the branch closest to you and discuss how our operation can best meet your needs. Again, thank you for you interest in Posey County Co-op.
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  • Federal Budget 2021 Focuses On Climate Change

    Federal Budget 2021 announced the government’s intention to return a portion of the proceeds from the price on pollution directly to farmers in backstop jurisdictions (currently Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario), beginning in 2021-22. It is estimated farmers would receive $100 million in the first year. Budget 2021 also proposes to ensure the recently expanded $165.5 million Agricultural Clean Technology program will prioritize $50 million for the purchase of more efficient grain dryers for farmers across Canada.

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  • Positive response to new slaughter licence

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