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Team Marketing Alliance Dissolution
On Friday August 27 we received a favorable decision from the arbitration panel. Their unanimous decision was to dissolve Team Marketing Alliance. During the dissolution process, we will work diligently so that you our member / customers see as little operational change as possible. You can be assured that your grain will be safe in our elevators and that all contracts will be honored. At this time this is the extent of the information we have to share. Once we have additional information, we will pass that along. As always Cooperative Grain & Supply appreciates your business and will continue to make decisions with our producers best long term interests being the driving factor in everything we do.
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135 N Main Hillsboro, KS 67063
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Hillsboro, Kansas (67063)
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