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Prior disruptions assist CHS navigate pandemic







An official with the nation’s largest farm cooperative says
earlier disruptions have helped put together them for the COVID-19 pandemic.





Gary Halvorson is senior vp of agronomy for Minnesota-based CHS.





“Final spring it was the flooded river system in the US that impaired barge visitors. Previously we’ve (additionally) had rail service points due to demand on capability for the Burlington Northern or the Canadian Pacific rail we depend on closely for the Higher Midwest provide chain.”





He tells Brownfield CHS needs to be versatile in instances like these.





“Flexibility for our provide chain, the agility to have the ability to transfer between sources to get product in a well timed (and) cost-effective method to the place it must be. All these issues are vital, whether or not it’s crop vitamins or crop safety.”





Halvorson says thus far, there have been minimal service disruptions.  However that would change has area exercise picks up.