Exec sees challenging times for farming community
The next six to eight months will be a challenge for livestock and row-crop producers, according to Chris Boshart, the general manager and chief executive officer of Gold-Eagle Cooperative. “We don’t look for prices to have any miraculous return to pre-COVID-shutdown levels anytime soon,” he said. “We need some export policy, export business to help us out.”
Boshart has overseen Gold-Eagle Cooperative for almost one year. The agricultural cooperative has 15 locations in north central Iowa and offers traditional lines of business, feed grain and agronomy services. Area facilities are in Wesley, Titonka and Livermore.
Read more in the July 2 Kossuth County Advance.