Frenchman Valley Coop - Quick Review
Frenchman Valley Co-op is the 6th largest Nebraska cooperative with over 20 locations both in Nebraska and the four neighboring states.
FVC is focused on providing agricultural products, services, and expertise, while continually introducing new technologies and creating successful alliances and partnerships to maximize the yields and benefits for its farmer-rancher members. Now, Frenchman Valley Cooperative, Inc. includes 25 companies.
Frenchman Valley farmers co-op is committed to providing agricultural producers with a wide array of services from purchasing seeds and growing crops to post harvest storage, marketing assistance, and transportation.
Enterprise size: 201-500 employees Founded: 1912 Type: Private enterprise Industry: Fertilizer, Feed, Grain Marketing, Fuels, Crop Scouting, Aerial Application, Agronomy, Livestock Consulting, Propane Revenue: $49 million States Served: 4 (NE, KS, CO, WY) Client base: unknown Website: www.fvcoop.com Headquarters: Imperial, NE Contact phone: 1-800-538-2667 Address: PO Box 578, Imperial, NE 69033
Area of Activity
Agronomy is the main focus of the Frenchman Valley Co-op’s activity. The agronomy division of the co-op offers a complete line of corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa, cane, oats, etc., from leading brands like Agri-Pro, Croplan, Asgrow, DeKalb, Mycogen, Arrow Seeds, Roth, Stein, among others.
The FVcoop agronomy division is also an active supplier of:
- Protection products;
- Anhydrous ammonia;
- Custom dry & liquid blends;
- Fertilizer and chemical equipment.
Additionally, the co-op introduces its own line of feed called Valley Pride, continuously expanding formulae to meet client needs.
And finally, Frenchman Valley Co-op provides a wide range of related services, including: grain storage (FVC has 20 storage facilities in 17 locations), precision AG solutions, grain marketing, consulting, equipment rentals, transportation, fuel delivery, and crop insurance.
Farming software distributor
Frenchman Valley Cooperative strives to meet the demands of modern farming, and as a result it utilizes PA techniques and technologies like crop scouting, aerial application, UAV’s, mapping software, and real-time field analysis.
Each of the tools used by Frenchman Valley Co-op is designed for a specific task. For example:
FieldAlytics from EFC Systems is a software solution that captures and reports on-field actions, records, and observations. The dashboard interface allows farmers to view and interact with field data.
WinField’s R7 Tool combines more than 20 years of satellite imagery with local seed and crop protection data to generate field performance information to help match crop inputs to the potential of each acre.
FarmLens is a cloud-based drone imagery processing software by Agribotix, applicable to Agribotix drones and many others. The Digital Scouting Report presents the analysis of data from an agricultural drone to help farmers identify problems, increase yields, and decrease the use of expensive inputs like fertilizer.
Monitor the state of your crops right from the office, learn about the slightest changes on-the-spot, make fast and reliable decisions on field treatment.