Frenchman Valley Coop, has 22 locations serving a large area in southwest Nebraska, northwest Kansas, the Nebraska Panhandle, northeast Colorado and Wyoming. FVC provides services in agronomy, feed, grain, member services, petroleum and grain procurement.
The Accounting Division is responsible for coordinating all of the cooperative's accounting activities and procedures to provide timely and accurate financial information.
The Agronomy Division has offices in Chappell, Grant, Imperial, Kimball, McCook, Sidney, Venango and Pine Bluffs, WY, each offering the most advanced agricultural technology available. They offer a complete line of crop protection products, crop nutrients and seed, along with application services, chemigation and crop consulting.
The Feed Division, has modern mills in Imperial and McCook. They offer a wide range of products and services to compliment feed manufacturing and delivery. On staff livestock consultants provide least-cost ration formulation and onsite livestock evaluation.
The Grain Division has storage facilities in 19 locations. 16 locations in Nebraska: Benkelman, Beverly, Chappell, Culbertson, Dix, Enders, Grant, Hamlet, Imperial, Kimball, Lodgepole, McCook, Palisade, Perry, Venango and Wauneta and 3 locations in Wyoming: Burns, Lindbergh, and Pine Bluffs. With a total storage capacity in excess of 36 million bushels, FVC is well equipped to easily handle peak harvest times. View our Grain Policies.
The Human Resources/ Member Services Division provides services for our employees and for all of our patrons. Human Resources handles all personnel issues, payroll and benefits. Member Services provides input ...financing for crop and livestock inputs, and a complete line of crop insurance. Member Services also offers competitive investment opportunities for our patrons.
The Petroleum Division, with service centers in Grant, Imperial and McCook, provides basic car care services. Credit card style pumps offer 24-hour fuel service at all locations and unmanned 24- hour diesel fueling stations in Imperial and McCook as well as gas pumps in Chappell, Dalton, Kimball, Lodgepole, Potter, Sidney and Pine Bluffs and Wheatland, WY. A tank-monitoring program increases producer efficiency and allows consumptive billing. We are able to offer several other services including our very popular tank wagon and fuel transportation services to our patrons.
Southwest Grain, is the exclusive grain buyer for the Trenton Agri Products (TAP) ethanol plant in Trenton, Nebraska. SG is responsible for contracting and delivering all of the corn necessary to ultimately produce 90,000 gallons of ethanol 352 days a year. TAP currently consumes between 30,000 and 32,000 bushels of corn daily.
Plains Grain, our newest division, is the exclusive grain buyer for the Mid America Agri Products/ Wheatland L.L.C. ( MAAP/W) ethanol plant in Madrid, Nebraska. PG is responsible for contracting and delivering all of the corn necessary to ultimately produce 44 million gallons of ethanol per year. MAAP/W currently consumes between 38,000 and 43,000 bushels of corn daily.