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Parental Leave

Parental Leave Position

Great Lakes Grain is looking for a motivated grain representative to cover a 12-month parental leave to join our team.  Working under the direction of the area manager for Elgin, Lambton, Middlesex. As the grain representative, you will work closely with the Great Lakes Grain and AGRIS team, effectively purchasing grain, as well as an administrator in applying elevator loads, managing off farm and farm direct contracts with growers.
 

WIN-AGRIS Report


Soybeans starting to mature

In some areas of the AGRIS trading area, early planted soybeans and short day varieties are starting to mature. Timing of maturity is similar to last year due to the delay in planting in May from the heavy rainfall. The 2018 season has accumulated adequate amount of CHUs and GDDs to ensure that all crops mature in a timely manner within the next couple of weeks.
 

Read complete WIN/AGRIS report for September 15, 2018


Crop Solutions that Work #19

2018 Crop assessment tour -
corn observations


By Mike Veenema CCA-ON, CCS
Crop Sales Specialist
AGRIS Co-operative - Chatham

                  
             
During the Great Lakes Grain 2018 crop assessment tour, we were busy assessing crop yields of corn and soybeans. This also gives us an opportunity to see lots of other things, before crop harvest.  Pest damage, plant health, weed control, planter performance, as well as nutrient deficiencies can be observed. 
 

Announcement


   
Doug Beintema

I am pleased to announce Doug Beintema has accepted the position of Petroleum Joint Venture (JV) manager, which is a joint venture with GROWMARK Inc., effective January 1, 2019. Doug has been with AGRIS for more than 12 years in various roles, including sales and most recently as branch manager at our Chatham and Oungah locations for the past seven years.

Read complete announcement from Jim Campbell

 


2018 Crop Assessment Tour

9th Annual Crop Assessment Tour  
 September 4th to 7th
2018 is shaping up to be one of the most variable years we have seen in a long time.  Inconsistent weather patterns have caused planting delays, crop emergence issues, compaction problems and a host of other pests.  Other areas have the best crop they have ever seen.  Understanding the crop size , helping growers plan for harvest and what they may do different in 2019 are the opportunities for our tour!   
Read complete 2018 crop assessment tour results
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2018 IP Variety Reports

Seasonal Employment

Seasonal Employment
Operator

Are you looking for a hands-on opportunity supporting local farms and farm families in your community to expand their participation in the agri-food value chain? AGRIS Co-operative Ltd. is looking for seasonal general labour operator 1 to join our team in Brigden. As an operator 1, you will assist in the delivering of agriculture innovation and services in our communities to enhance farm owner profitability.

Read complete details


Seasonal Employment - Scale House Operator


Seasonal Employment
Scale House Operator

Are you looking for a hands-on opportunity supporting local farms and farm families in your community to expand their participation in the agri-food value chain? AGRIS Co-operative Ltd. is looking for seasonal scale house /general labour operator I to join our team in Thamesville. As part of the branch yard team you will assist in the delivering of agriculture innovation and services in our communities to enhance farm owner profitability.
 

 

Seasonal Employment

Seasonal Employment
General Labour Operator

Are you looking for a hands-on opportunity supporting local farms and farm families in your community to expand their participation in the agri-food value chain? AGRIS Co-operative Ltd. is looking for general labour operator I to join our team in Stoney Point. As part of the branch yard team you will assist in the delivering of agriculture innovation and services in our communities to enhance farm owner profitability.
 

2019 Seed Plots
Ask our sales team to show you one of our
many seed plots to help you start
making your 2019 planting decisions!


Local Conditions
Chatham, ON
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Temp: 18oC Feels Like: 18oC
Humid: 90% Dew Pt: 17oC
Barom: 29.91 Wind Dir: NNE
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 9 km/h
Sunrise: 7:12 Sunset: 7:30
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 Did you miss one of our YouTube videos or like to review some of our past videos?

Visit our AGRIS and Wanstead Farmers “YouTube Channel!”
 

CSPC
The Cellulosic Sugar Producers Co-operative (CSPC) is an Ontario-based farmer’s co-operative strives to develop new markets for crop residue materials and new business opportunities, by extracting cellulosic sugars from crop residues. With this, farmers can explore new markets without having to compete for land.

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Would you like to view your grain records on-line?
Sign-up for “Frontier,”our on-line system that let's you review your contracts, tickets and settlements from any device!



Manipulator
We will not be receiving any wheat treated with Manipulator

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Great Lakes Grain Direct Deposit
Great Lakes Grain offers direct deposit payments
We are pleased to offer you easy and efficient direct deposit services for your grain and oilseed business. Direct deposit offers a number of benefits including:
·  You will no longer have to manually deposit your cheque.
· You will have immediate access to your funds.
· Postal delays and disruptions are eliminated.
We will send you confirmation of our deposit to your account in one of the following ways:
· Electronic information to your email address.
· Facsimile to your fax phone number.
·Through your branch representative.

Complete details and a downloadable enrolment form

Dieselex Gold - Best Fuel

Price Guard

DEF Cleaner Air

Dieselex Gold AGRIS

Diesel Exhaust Fluid
To order Diesel Exhaust Fluid please call:
1-800-363-3058 or
call Mike Dotterman at 519-818-7586



Read complete details and information on Diesel Exhaust Fluid

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Electronic Communications and Payments
 
We would like to show you some of the payment options that AGRIS Co-operative and Great Lakes Grain provide.

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FS Agri-Finance
Check out our FS Agri-Finance Program!
Contact your local AGRIS Co-operative branch or
Mary Bell at 519-380-2370 or more details!


Neonic Course
Ridgetown Offering Free Integrated Pest Management Course For Corn, Soybean Growers
The University of Guelph’s Ridgetown Campus will soon be offering classroom and on-line Integrated Pest Management Courses for corn and soybeans.
These half-day courses are among the requirements farmers need to buy and use neonic-treated corn or soybean seeds under the new provincial government regulations.

A list of dates and locations

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September 18, 1919
Dutch 2nd Chamber accepts female suffrage

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In 1929 the Mediterranean fruit fly was discovered in Florida


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