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CHS Expands Soybean Oil Refining Capacity At Mankato Processing Plant
Chs Reports $273.6 Million In Fiscal 2021 Third-Quarter Net Income
CHS Inc Says Q2 Revenue Rose 26.1% To $8.3 Billion
CHS Inc. is an integrated agricultural company, providing grain, foods and energy resources to businesses and consumers on a global basis. The Company's segments include Energy, Ag, Nitrogen Production, Foods, and Corporate and Other. The Energy segment derives its revenues through refining, wholesaling and retailing of petroleum products. The Company's Ag segment includes its grain marketing, country operations, crop nutrients, processing and food ingredients, and renewable fuels businesses. The Nitrogen production segment consists equity method investment in CF Industries Nitrogen, LLC. The Food segment consists its equity method investment in Ventura Foods, LLC. The corporate and other segment includes wheat milling operations, as well as business solutions operations consisting of commodities hedging, insurance and financial services related to crop production. Its businesses primarily include financing, insurance, hedging and other service activities related to crop production.
5500 Cenex Dr
INVER GROVE HEIGHTS, MN
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Jay D. Debertin
President, Chief Executive Officer
Clinton J. Blew
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Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
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Barge freight costs for moving grains in the Midwestern United States spiked on Thursday due to ongoing logistical problems more than two weeks after Hurricane Ida, while CHS Inc said the timeline to reopen its terminal remains uncertain.
Farmer cooperative and grain trader CHS Inc said Thursday it expects its Myrtle Grove, Louisiana, grain export terminal to be operational by the height of the U.S. corn and soy harvest after Hurricane Ida damaged the facility last month.
The U.S.-China trade war has accelerated Brazilian efforts to erode the United States' share of the world soybean export market, and some of the shifts in global grain flows could last for years, according to executives at CHS Inc, the largest U.S. farmer cooperative.
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