Co-op looks to build southeast South Dakota agronomy center
ELK POINT (AP) — Southeast Farmers Coop is looking at a new agronomy center for bulk fertilizer and chemical storage.
KTIV television reported the center would be built just off the Akron-Spink exit along Interstate 29. The Union County Planning and Zoning committee recently held an informative meeting about rezoning the land.
Union County Planning Director Dennis Henze says the facility would be easily accessible for the majority of farmers. The multimillion dollar project was approved for recommendation by the zoning board, and the project will be considered by the county commission.
The co-op recently consolidated with Beresford Co-op.