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Sunrise Cooperative 2023 Equipment Auction

Jan 25, 2023

Sunrise Cooperative with the Wendt Group will host the 2023 Equipment Auction on Tuesday, February 21st at the Clark County Fairgrounds, beginning at 10:30 am. 

Cooperative Conversations with George: Episode 24

Jan 24, 2023

 Tune into Episode 24 of Cooperative Conversations with George D. Secor, President/CEO, for a patronage update.

START STRONG WITH STANDUP PRODUCTS

Jan 12, 2023

The StandUp family of products promote early plant health, stand and emergence with customized crop nutrition for corn and soybeans.

Fuel Tank Sale

Dec 09, 2022

The Sunrise Cooperative energy division is offering a fuel tank sale. Take advantage of an opportunity to purchase new dual wall or single wall tanks. 

Autogas: Powering Schools into the Future

Oct 18, 2022

Propane is commonly used to heat homes and dry crops, but another use of the alternative fuel is growing in popularity: powering fleets, in particular school buses.

How to reduce VOMO at the combine!!

Sep 30, 2022

Peter Johnson interviews David Killins about how they handle vomitoxin in corn at the combine.

The Value of a Soil Test

Sep 16, 2022

Many times, when we discuss the cost of grid soil sampling farmers get hung up on the cost per acre instead of the value of the test itself. The words “cost” and “value” get mixed and the $12.50 per acre cost becomes a hurdle which is not overcome. The value is never realized because the cost is the only item of focus.

Sunrise Announces 2023 Board of Director Election Results

Sep 13, 2022

Sunrise Cooperative, Inc. has announced its 2023 Board of Director results. The newly elected directors will serve a four-year term from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2026.  

Apply for a 2023 Internship

Sep 02, 2022

Sunrise Cooperative is now accepting applications for our 2023 Summer Internship Program.

JJ in the Field: Do Your Corn Ears Have Big Noses? Why Am I Seeing Large Kernel Tip Back In 2022?

Sep 02, 2022

2022 has provided a very good growing season overall in Ohio, but many growers are finding their corn fields are exhibiting corn ears that are experiencing large tip back and wondering why. Listen in this week for some reasons why we are seeing this phenomena in 2022..

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