Two Saskatchewan Co-ops are increasing service to farm clients with the acquisition of Paragon Ag Providers Ltd. (Paragon).

Lake County Co-op and Prairie North Co-op have entered into an settlement to buy Paragon’s three Saskatchewan retail ag websites and two anhydrous ammonia areas. This implies these native Co-ops will develop their service footprint and add dry fertilizer and anhydrous ammonia property to the enterprise.

Terry Tremblay, common supervisor of Prairie North Co-op, says they’ve made strategic investments to develop their ag enterprise over the previous 12 months.

“The addition of those property will considerably improve our anhydrous ammonia enterprise and allow us to even higher server the wants of our ag clients,” Tremblay explains.

Prairie North and Lake Nation Co-ops are working with Paragon house owners Sherman Boland and Don Nash to make sure a easy transition for workers and clients.

The transaction is topic to customary closing situations and is predicted to shut in mid-February. Monetary phrases of the transaction is not going to be publicly disclosed.

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