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CommoditAg Continues to Expand Its Reach

As an e-commerce platform for growers, is once again expanding its reach with the addition of Crystal Valley, a farm supply and grain marketing cooperative with 14 locations in southern Minnesota.

“CommoditAg continues to expand, and we welcome Crystal Valley to our powerhouse network of innovators. By joining CommoditAg, Crystal Valley will now sell agricultural products directly to growers through our online farming system, CommoditAg LIVE,” says Tim Bence, CommoditAg’s Chief Operations Officer.

With CommoditAg LIVE, shopping online at gives growers the ordering convenience they want, the real-time and transparent access to inventory they need, and the customer support they’ve come to expect from the platform, adds Bence. 

“Our customers can have their products shipped or they can pick them up at one of our convenient warehouse locations,” he says. “The addition of three Crystal Valley locations makes same-day-pickup even easier. All this and no membership fee. We call this convenience powered by trust.”

“At Crystal Valley, we are committed to our customers’ success by offering operational excellence, superior technology, and valuable expertise. Joining CommoditAg allows us to bring a state-of-the-art online experience to our customers,” says Jeff Hendricks, vice president of agronomy. “CommoditAg’s innovative business platform continues our history of bringing valuable options to our customers.” 

Based in Lake Crystal, Minnesota, Crystal Valley joins a network that includes Farmward in Minnesota, Landmark Services Cooperative in Wisconsin, Sunrise Cooperative in Ohio, MKC in Kansas, Liqui-Grow in Iowa and Illinois, and The Equity in Illinois. 

“Adding Crystal Valley to CommoditAg’s network is another large step toward our mission for convenience powered by trust,” says Bence.

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