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What Does 2020 Spring Look Like?

Apr 20, 2020

The situation with COVID-19 continues to be fluid with changes happening daily. At Valley United Co-op we have objectives moving into spring:
  • Work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 to keep our employees and customers safe and healthy and to not overwhelm our local and regional healthcare network.
  • Striving to continue to serve our customers and deliver value to their operations.
Based on these two objectives, we are asking for your help as we enter our busy planting season. Please review the following guidelines and adhere to them when visiting our location or when a Valley United Co-op employee visits your farming operation to deliver products and services.
Please stay in your vehicle as much as possible during loading and unloading at our location, including liquid and dry fertilizer plants – if you need to exit the vehicle, please use social distancing and try not to come within 6ft of others at the facility.
If we are visiting your farming operation to deliver product or perform a service, our employees will stay at least 6ft away from anyone and will try to make the visit as short as possible. To do this effectively, they may need additional assistance from you.
Our offices are closed to the public. If you need to communicate with an employee, we ask that you text, email or call. If necessary, we will allow for appointments to be made.
Valley United Co-op employees have been instructed to engage in social distancing to mitigate the spread of the virus. So please do not be offended if they keep their distance from you during your visit to a location or during their visit to your farm or field.
On behalf of the entire staff of Valley United Co-op, thank you for your continued support and understanding as we work through this unprecedented event. Even in this uncertain & stressful time, our goal is to continue to deliver value to you.
 
 
 
Paul Coppin
CEO
Valley United Co-op
 


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