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>>Free Price Later is now offered at Heartland Co-op locations

that have available space. <<

Contact your location or the West Des Moines grain department at 515-974-4355 for details. 

Price Later bushels will need to be priced by 10/18/24


 Heartland Co-op Grain Line: 515-974-4355




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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
 Heartland Co-op has open career opportunities.
2024 Scholarship Winners
Heartland Co-op is proud to announce our 2024 Scholarship winners!
Cecelia A Rowe
Grant B Twedt
Ryan E Hosek
William R Kroneman
Ryan P Entriken
Carter J Tomas
Jared A Dvorak
Lauren A Van Manen
Lillian R Bru

Giving Back
Heartland Co-op is pleased to partner with Land O' Lakes match program to support the
Iowa FFA Foundation. Recently giving a large donation to support youth in the Foundation.
Making Conservation Retail Real
NATIONAL MEETING HELD TO ADVANCE AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR Ankeny, Iowa — A meeting was held recently in Des Moines, Iowa, with more than 100 leaders in attendance from across the country representing agricultural retailers, conservation and commodity groups. They gathered to share ideas for scaling up the adoption of conservation on the agricultural landscape.
Heartland Co-op Supports the Iowa FFA Foundation
Did you know Heartland Co-op is a proud supporter of The Iowa FFA Foundation?
Heartland Co-op has partnered with the Iowa FFA Foundation to create a
farmer-driven checkoff program in support of Iowa FFA. Follow the link below to
learn more about the program. The program is completely voluntary for the farmer.
Heartland Co-op has been a long-term supporter of the Iowa FFA Foundation on behalf
of members. We have supported career development events, proficiency awards,
event sponsorship and offer several scholarships to Iowa FFA members annually.

Scholarships Now Closed

Check back to see available scholarship opportunities next year.



Winter Grain Meetings




The Winter Grain Meetings were a success!

Thanks for joining us this year.


Congrats to our ONE Heartland Winners!



Class of 2023 Leadership Development Graduation!
Heartland Co-op strongly believes in investing in it's employees. One of the newest ideas to do this is our Leadership Development Program. Last year we kicked off this program and Friday this group graduated, completing the class.
We wish you continued success in your growth and leadership with Heartland Co-op.


Heartland Co-op is proud to announce our Product Launch



Learn more about Safeguard, watch the video or listen to the podcast.

New Product Podcast

https://s3.amazonaws.com/media.agricharts.com/sites/14/Product Focus Podcast Safeguard launch .mp4




Board Election Results 

Our independent auditor collected and counted the votes of our members. 

Below are the results of our 2023 Heartland Co-op Director election. 

Brad Olson     District E  (3-year term)

Mike Helland   District G (3-year term)

Milo Ruffcorn  District J  (3-year term)




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2023 Sales Rally

"Rally as ONE"
Last week employees gathered together at our Annual Sales Rally,
departments shared insight and grew as a united ONE Heartland Co-op.


Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Awards


This Year Heartland Co-op worked with three different farms that received

the Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Award.

Scott Eichelberger

Randy, Josh, and Jake Pedersen with Valley View Farms

Mike Mace and Coltan Ketelsen Buffalo Grove Farms




2023 Heartland Co-op Interns

Let's hear it for our 2023 Heartland Co-op Interns,
who are finishing their last week with us.
Well done! Have a great year at school.

William Bayer-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Selia Becker-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Joe Graen-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Adam Hoy-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Cole Claussen -Crop Scout Sales Intern
Thomas Carroll-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Grace Williams-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Lexi Howard-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Holly Thornburg-Crop Scout Sales Intern
Claire Wilson-Energy Sales & Marketing Intern
Luke Lynch -Grain Originator Intern
Logan Johnson -Comp Field/Help Desk Intern
Tate Den Beste -Crop Scout Sales Intern
Sam Salasek-Crop Scout Sales Intern


ACWA Annual Report

Heartland Co-op is proud to be a founding member of the ACWA. 

To learn more check out this year's Annual Report. 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/media.agricharts.com/sites/14/ACWA_Annual_Report 2022_sm_final.pdf

Community Involvement 

  Last week Heartland Co-op, along with members of the Malvern community and 4-H members of the Henderson Hornets/Ambitious Andies came together to support the Kennedy Haley Memorial Arena project.
  The project started by adding sand to the arena (donated by Heartland Co-op), repainting the arena fence, creating a sign and possible lighting. This will leave a lasting legacy to a beautiful horsewoman and help future generations of youth.


Conservation Updates

 Just Released! New short film about Conservation.
Heartland Co-op's Conservation Agronomy team is proud to support the Unilever and Practical Farmers of Iowa cover crop cost share program.
 In 2022 alone, over 300 of our Iowa and Nebraska farmers took part in the program! Covercrops are one of the many solutions to preventing soil erosion and holding our nutrients in our fields. Even more exciting? One of our forward-thinking farmers, our Conservation Agronomist, Ruth McCabe are featured in this film!



Western Iowa Growers Meeting was in Slater, part of Heartland Co-op's Conservation Team, Will Hoffmann and Emery Davis were presenting, along with PFI's Lydia English. 

They had a good turn out, and spoke about the Haggie project, cover crops, edge of field structures and cost share.   
Last year the Conservation team had a great run, this year looks to even pick up more momentum and be a success as well.
Contact them to learn more about these practices.








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