A grain cooperative based in eastern Nebraska now has 32 locations after acquiring Midwest Ag Partners.
United Farmers Cooperative in York said it completed its acquisition of the Marquette-based co-op on Tuesday.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
United Farmers CEO Carl Dickinson says the acquisition will help the co-op improve efficiency and reliability across its 32 locations in Nebraska and Kansas.
The co-op says the Marquette location primarily will be an agronomy office.
United Farmers says it serves more than 6,200 voting members and close to 5,000 nonvoting members in 22 counties in Nebraska and Kansas.