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>>Free Price Later is now available at Heartland Coop for corn or soybeans delivered to Iowa locations on or after 12/01/22 as space allows.  The final pricing day will be 10/20/23.<<<

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Heartland Co-op has teamed up with John Stewart & Associates

to offer an exciting producer marketing tool for corn and soybeans.


To learn more about this CLICK HERE



We are Hiring! Apply HERE


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FFA Checkoff



Heartland Co-op has partnered with the Iowa FFA Foundation to create a farmer-driven checkoff program in support of Iowa FFA. 



For questions or further information, contact Heartland Co-op’s Grain Department at 515-974-4355.

Latest Updates

Grain Meetings Success



Other Events This Week!


Iowa Ag Expo


Conservation Event



Feed Department Event



Leadership Development Class of 2023

Focusing on our Core Value of Continuous Improvement, Heartland Co-op has invited Rick Kievits with the Iowa Institute for Cooperatives and James Summers with Iowa State University to work with a group of Heartland Co-op employees in a new Leadership Development Program. This Program is designed to enhance the skillsets of newly assigned managers within Heartland Co-op.

On December 8th and 9th twenty-one new operations managers joined in the first session, along with the represented Regional Managers, the HR Team, and the Executive staff. This is a 13-month commitment for the new leaders involved in the class, intending to give them the tools needed to thrive and grow in their new leadership roles.

Success in this program will not only mean more success for the managers in attendance and their team, and success to future attendees in future classes, but also success to Heartland Co-op as a whole in achieving our purpose of “Helping farmers produce and market profitably” 




Scholarship Applications

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"Igniting” Knowledge with Heartland Co-op

Heartland Co-op has recently been working with a local tech school, to help them gain agricultural knowledge and implement best professional practices. 

 Justin Mills, teacher at Ignite Pathways contacted Madison Muff at the Woodbine Heartland Co-op location, Madison and Justin worked to combine efforts and teach the kids the full cycle of planting to selling their crops. Madison taught them about marketing, testing for moisture, and signing contracts.

 The kids made the decision to contract their grain but unfortunately, when they brought their crop in, they were short fulfilling the contract.  That didn’t stop them. They made a new plan to have a fundraiser at Heartland Co-op. They asked for support from the local farmers to donate crops so they could meet the contract. Their contract was not only met but was surpassed by the great generosity of the local farmers.

While the kids were at the location, they handed out lunches to the farmers and workers at the co-op.  Heartland Co-op is pleased to support a great program like this, investing in the farmers of tomorrow.



Heartland Co-op Donates Land to the City of Colo

Recently, Heartland Co-op donated a lot to the City of Colo,
so the Fire Department could expand.
Fire Chief, Dennis Clat, and City Hall Clerk, Amy Kohlwes,
realized they needed more space for their
Fire station and equipment.
They contacted Heartland Co-op about the empty lot that is next to the Fire Station, as it seemed like the obvious choice and Heartland was always good to work with in the past.
The decision was brought before the Board of Directors,
and approved, because Heartland Co-op likes to
give back to the communities, we are in.
Dennis Clat hopes this is the first big step in building on to the
much-needed Fire Station.
In Pictures:
Fire Chief: Dennis Clatt, City Clerk: Amy Kohles,
Heartland Co-op Location Manager: Brian Schmitt, Agronomist: Eric Phipps
Drone picture shows the Fire Station, the lot donated and Heartland Co-op across the street.



 Board of Directors Election Results

The Board of Directors Election has concluded, and the results are below.

Thank you to all the candidates for running.


District D

Matt Dillman

District F

Mark Vogel

District H

Beau Dawes




Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Awards

The Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Awards recognize the exemplary, voluntary actions of farmers that improve or protect the environment and our state's natural resources. The awaerds are presented by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of Agriculture and the Department of Natural Resources Director.

Heartland Co-op Conservation Team Nominated several families that were awarded.

Flinn Farms-Vernon and Kelly Flinn

Doug and Eileen Honeck

Dennis and Jeanette Kenealy

Jordans Grove Farms- Jim and Brian Lensh

Stephen and Janice Lovig

Luellen Farms- Clint and Tim Luellen

Meythaler Farms Inc.- Joe and Mitch Meythaler

Michael Vonnahme

Congratulations to all!




 2022 Board Tour


On July 27, the Board and Executive Staff toured Fairfield, Conroy, and Muscatine Locations.


Media Event at Maffitt Dam kicked off successful launch of the

Cover Crop Seeder Partnership!

>The project is an example of collaboration with a goal to increase the number of cover crop acres in the Des Moines River and Raccoon River watersheds.
>Partners include: Iowa Department of Agriculture, Polk County City of Des Moines, Des Moines Water Works, and Heartland Co-op
 There is a broadcast of Market to Market about this Conservation effort, also featuring an interview with Heartland Co-op's Ruth McCabe. Found here



Construction is Underway

on the Concrete Grain Storage at Pickering








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