World Grain - August 2018 - 54
FEED QUARTERLY: SUPERIOR AG GOES ALL IN ON FEED
Superior Ag history
several pieces of
equipment in the
new Superior Ag
feed mill, including this pellet mill.
Photo courtesy of
Superior Ag is the result of a four-way merger that took
place on March 1, 2007, but its roots go back nearly
Barry Day, president and chief executive officer of
Superior Ag, said the four cooperatives involved in
the merger - Dubois County Cooperative, Warrick
County Cooperative, Spencer County Cooperative and
Gibson County Cooperative - were founded in the
Superior Ag, which is headquartered in Huntingburg, Indiana, U.S., owns and operates 13 agronomy
facilities, a feed mill, six grain storage facilities, three
retail fuel stations, a hardware store and a convenience store.
"Everything we're involved in today, we've been involved in for many, many years," Day said.
Superior Ag consists of 3,300 members, most of
whom are producers located in the three-state region
of southern Indiana, northern Kentucky and southeastern Illinois.
August 2018 / World Grain / www.World-Grain.com