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Centerra to offer dicamba training

On Friday January 26, 2018 the Centerra Coop will offer the training to certify growers who want to apply the new registered Dicamba based herbicides. This training and certification are mandated by the Federal Government if you would want to purchase and apply these new herbicides in a crop of soybeans genetically modified to accept

Centerra Co-op received 4-H reward

Centerra Co-op received an award for meritorious support to the Ashland County 4-H Program. This award recognizes all that Centerra does to support local 4-H such as buying livestock, donating to clubs, helping the kids, and donating older computers to the robotics program. Congratulations!

Centerra Country Store in Medina receives award

The Centerra Country Store in Medina was awarded the Friend of 4-H award. This is awarded to those who are great supporters of local 4-H efforts. Congrats to Mandy Cahoon and her entire crew!

New Wilmington grower meeting

A grower meeting was held in New Wilmington, with Centerra agronomist Ryan Hockensmith and Dow agronomist John Beckwith providing insights on several issues including: 1. A look back: what worked, what didn’t. Successes and failures. 2.  A look forward: new products 3.  Weed identification and options for control. 4.  Xtend and Enlist technologies:  proper usage,

Centerra Co-op achieves year two 4R certification

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Continuing its commitment to improving water quality in the Western Lake Erie Basin, Centerra Coop Loudonville facility has achieved certified status for year two through the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program. The voluntary certification program is a concentrated effort by the agriculture industry to significantly reduce and prevent applied nutrients from running

Husted meets to discuss water quality, agriculture

Centerra CEO and leadership staff met with Jon Husted, Ohio gubernatorial candidate and current Ohio Secretary of State, to discuss water quality issues and the supportive approach that the Ohio Department of Ag takes in getting ag retailers and producers in compliance with regulations.  Also prese nt was Ashtabula County Commissioner, J.P. Ducro IV, who

Premium Reserve oil and grease products

The Premium Reserve product line is Centerra Coop’s private label products. All Premium Reserve items are Gulf oil products and meet the highest industry standards and specifications. All items are available in 5g pails, 55g drums and bulk delivery. Centerra also offers a variety of other oil & grease lines such as Mobil, Shell and

Fueling the Cure Golf Outing a Success

Our 2017 Golf Outing was held on August 4th, at Hawk’s Nest Golf Course in Creston. A BIG THANK YOU to all our sponsors  and golfers. Together, we raised a record $37,039 for cancer research at The James Cancer Research Center on the campus of OSU.  Over 7 years we’ve raised $211,221 for cancer research

Middlefield now part of propane service area

Our new propane facility  in Middlefield is up and running! We have installed our first tank and have more scheduled to be installed soon. If you are interested in switching your propane supplier, give us a call at 888-738-7678.

Firefighters learn hazards of farm equipment

Recently, Centerra Co-op helped Wayne county firefighters better prepare for farm equipment accidents. Firefighters learned more about the inner workings of today’s farm equipment from the dealers that sell then and the farmers that use them. Centerra provided a NH3 tank with a cut-out so participants could see inside and understand how it works. Questions