Central Valley Ag Joins CommoditAg

CommoditAg expands its retailer and fulfillment center network with the addition of Central Valley Ag. The partnership expands CommoditAg to locations throughout Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa. 

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Central Valley Ag,” said John Demerly, CEO, CommoditAg. “The cooperative’s strong commitment to customer service and focus on offering innovative solutions to ensure a farmer’s profit aligns so well with CommoditAg’s core values. We are excited to work with Central Valley Ag to expand our reach to new markets across the Midwest.” 

Central Valley Ag is a farmer-owned cooperative with more than 75 locations throughout Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa. Central Valley Ag focuses its core business on grain, agronomy energy and feed with an emphasis on the customer, innovation and value-based programs. The cooperative aspires to provide innovative solutions that yield profits for its customers and remains committed to being a leader in the market. 

“Our partnership with CommoditAg presents a new opportunity to deliver value to our member-owners by bringing our products and services to their online marketplace,” said Nic McCarthy, Sr. Vice President Agronomy, Central Valley Ag. 

CommoditAg, founded in 2017, combines the efficiency and convenience of digital technology and e-commerce capabilities with deep-rooted agriculture knowledge to provide farmers with top-notch customer experience and the best value. The company offers a broad range of crop protection, lubricants, plant nutrition and animal nutrition products, as well as data services, with delivery or same-day pick-up options available at one of more than 50 local fulfillment centers. 

The online retailer offers a streamlined and simple online ordering process with a fulfillment center locator that assures timely, reliable availability of agriculture products. CommoditAg only partners with innovative retailers, such as Central Valley Ag, that understand the changing needs and expectations of today’s farmers and have the expertise and capabilities to help customers succeed. 


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