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Yetter Dry Fertilizer Plant Re-Opens for Fall 2020

Yetter Fert Reopen for Social

YETTER, IA, June 29, 2020—Farmer-owned Landus today announced it will re-open its dry fertilizer plant here for fall 2020 business. 

“We have seen great support from farmer-owners in this area who want to work with Landus for their dry fertilizer needs,” said regional agronomy sales leader, Kevin Fitzpatrick. “Our agronomists Rick Fonken, Jason Smith, and our teams at Yetter, Early and area locations are beyond excited for this operational enhancement to get dry carts and floaters out to fields in and around Sac County and improve transit times for our tenders to keep our farmers moving this fall.” 

The cooperative is also planning further upgrades at the facility to be ready for fall 2021.