Ag Producers Co-op is the consummation of multiple mergers and acquisitions in the last two decades. Most recently, 6 local coops determined the future would be more profitable for their member owners if they consolidated efforts.Those coops were:
- Sunray Co-op
- Olton Grain Co-op
- Olton Co-op Gin
- United Farm Industries, Inc. (Plainview)
- Bushland Grain Co-op, and
- Hart Producers Co-op Gin
- AGCO of Spearman was purchased in September 2015.
Ag Producers Co-op still believes in the core principles from each of these organizations and will continue to value their customers while providing a new approach to business in order to sustain the cooperative. Additionally, Ag Producers Co-op will work to provide fair prices and excellent customer service while returning profits back to members in the form of dividends.
Ag Producers Co-op locations include:
- Sunray (corporate headquarters)
- Capps Switch
- Olton and
Our current total grain storage capacity is 46 million bushels. We have cotton gins at Olton, Plainview, and Hart.
We strive to keep our facilities in great working order to assure a quick turnaround on your trucks during harvest. We know how important speed and space are to your operation during the busy harvest times.
As of August 1, 2015, the agronomy assets of Ag Producers Co-op were leased to Dalhart Consumers Fuel Association of Dalhart, Texas. “This decision allows our customers to receive the most competitive prices available and for Ag Producers Co-op to focus 100% on becoming the best grain and cotton co-op for our customers.” says Dave Reinders, Ag Producers Co-op General Manager.
The Ag Producers Co-op logo depicts a corn leaf amid a cotton storage warehouse, created by Bret Brown, Chief Financial Officer.