End of CWB monopoly lures largest U.S. farm co-op north

Reuters / CHS Inc., the largest U.S. farm co-operative, plans to acquire farm retail supplier DynAgra Corp., continuing its steady move into the newly opened Western Canada grain market.

Minnesota-based CHS says it will operate its new division under the name CHS DynAgra.

DynAgra has four Alberta sales offices, and sells fertilizer, chemicals and seed.

CHS opened a small grain marketing office in Winnipeg last year and began buying durum wheat to take advantage of the end of the Canadian Wheat Board’s monopoly.



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