Adell Cooperative

Adell Cooperative

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Thank you Adell Cooperative for purchasing Austin's spring ewe lamb at the Ozaukee Livestock Auction.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY! Adell Cooperative is currently looking to hire a Custom Applicator intern.

Internship/Custom Applicator
Qualifications: 1 year of college experience in agricultural fields such as Agricultural Business, Crop and Soil Science, Ag tech, Engineering, other Ag Majors or with other agricultural experiences. Competitive pay, 40+ hours weekly, with lots of overtime opportunities. Looking for self-driven individuals, who aren’t afraid of working hard while learning professional skills for future job opportunities. Can be an internship or summer job.

•Spread fertilizer, liquid nitrogen. Apply farm chemicals using proper safety protective equipment
•Load, unload and blend fertilizer as needed
•Check equipment for proper application, spread pattern and make corrections as needed
•Prepare proper truck reports and records including truck maintenance records as required
•Maintain application/spray records
•Assist with inventory control through adhering to established procedure and reports
•Plan or assist in planning of spreading schedule
•Attend meetings as requested
•Maintain a clean and safe application rig and working environment

Not needed but would be great to have, bonus if you have:
Current CDL
Valid driver's license and applicable endorsements
Current certification or obtain Wisconsin Field and Vegetable Category 1.1 Commercial Applicators License.

If interested Contact Roger Luckey @ 920-994-4125ext:114 or [email protected]
Possible full-time employment opportunity in the future

https://www.adellcoop.com/
UW-Platteville Career and Professional Development Office
Curious about who will be at the Agribusiness Connections Program?
Adell Cooperative
AG Systems Inc
AgSource Laboratories
Allied Cooperative
CHS Larsen Cooperative
Countryside Cooperative
Country Visions Cooperative
The DeLong Co., Inc.
Federated Co-ops - Cenex
Insight FS/Growmark, Inc
Landmark Services Cooperative
Liqui-Grow of Elkhorn
Pearl City Elevator, Inc
Synergy Cooperative
United Cooperative
Get bios of all attending companies, including jobs they have available at: https://renk.aae.wisc.edu/agribusiness-connections-program/
Have questions? Let us know! Message us, or email [email protected]
The next Corn Silage Dry Down day is tomorrow Wednesday, October 2 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at Adell Cooperative. Corn silage growers are welcome and encouraged to bring whole corn plant samples in for moisture determination.

Come visit the Adell Coop Feed Mill for all your animal needs. We offer feed for many species including dogs, cats, and horses. We also make custom mixes.

Operating as usual

04/27/2022

Celebrating Mike’s retirement today! He has been with Adell Cooperative for over 40 years! We wish you the best and thank you for all what you’ve had done for us.

04/26/2022

Don’t forget to RSVP for this event, happening next Thursday May 5th at Chissys in Waldo!

Join us May 5th at Chissy's for our Beef Producer Meeting!

Call Adell Mill or your feed sales consultant to reserve a spot. Hope to see you there!

04/08/2022

Join us May 5th at Chissy's for our Beef Producer Meeting!

Call Adell Mill or your feed sales consultant to reserve a spot. Hope to see you there!

Managing Dry Matter Intakes 04/05/2022

Managing Dry Matter Intakes

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/managing-dry-matter-intakes

Managing Dry Matter Intakes Observing dry matter intakes (DMI) can help tell us a lot about what is going on with the cattle, like what kind of cattle they are and their surrounding environment. Beyond observation, managing DMI is critical to optimizing performance and improving profitability.

Fiber in swine diets 03/24/2022

Fiber in swine diets

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/fiber-swine-diets

Fiber in swine diets The use of fiber in swine diets has been the focus of significant attention recently. Fiber-rich ingredients can be categorized based on different characteristics, such as their fermentability and viscosity. One of the most widely used methods to characterize fibers is based on their water solubilit...

Why are horse feed prices so high? 03/22/2022

Why are horse feed prices so high?

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/why-are-horse-feed-prices-so-high

Why are horse feed prices so high? Not to use the “we’re living in unprecedented times” phrase one more time, but it really is quite a time to be alive. It is impossible not to notice the increases in most items we buy, including horse feed. There are some root causes of the increasing cost to feed a horse and some recommendati...

Decreasing TMR variability to maximize ration cost savings 03/10/2022

Decreasing TMR variability to maximize ration cost savings

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/decreasing-tmr-variability-maximize-ration-cost-savings

Decreasing TMR variability to maximize ration cost savings Feed costs represent the single greatest cost for milk production. Total mixed ration (TMR) variability can significantly impact milk production and components, feed efficiency, and ration costs. This should come as no surprise, as cows thrive on consistency. However, because TMR variation can come....

02/17/2022

Not doing anything next week Thursday? Join us at our calf and heifer meeting.

Don’t forget to RSVP!

Check this out!
It has been a while since we were able to host a calf meeting due to everything happening in this world today. Join us Thursday, February 24th at Chissy's Pub & Grill for lunch and a great calf discussion!

Please call the Adell Mill or your Adell Feed Sales Representative to rsvp. Hope to see you there!

02/11/2022

Check this out!
It has been a while since we were able to host a calf meeting due to everything happening in this world today. Join us Thursday, February 24th at Chissy's Pub & Grill for lunch and a great calf discussion!

Please call the Adell Mill or your Adell Feed Sales Representative to rsvp. Hope to see you there!

Towards a better understanding of energy nutrition 02/01/2022

Towards a better understanding of energy nutrition

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/towards-better-understanding-energy-nutrition

Towards a better understanding of energy nutrition Those engaged in the nutrition consulting game take pride in pinpointing causes of lost performance. Minute dietary inputs get tweaked up or down to find the perfect balance and trigger a hidden internal switch.

Piecing together the puzzle to economically maximize milk fat production 01/27/2022

Piecing together the puzzle to economically maximize milk fat production

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/piecing-together-puzzle-economically-maximize-milk-fat-production

Piecing together the puzzle to economically maximize milk fat production As we move forward through increasingly tough economic times for the industry, we must continue to evaluate the rations for high-producing dairy cows to optimize diets for sustained increases in production and components while paying attention to the bottom-line economics of the feed bill.

01/10/2022

Looking for a new opportunity?

01/06/2022
12/21/2021

Just a reminder, we will be closed this week Friday December 24 and Saturday December 25 for Christmas. we will also be closed next week Friday December 31 and Saturday January 1 for New Years!
Please place any feed orders early!
Thank You!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Six must-know steps for successful winter supplementation programs 12/15/2021

Six must-know steps for successful winter supplementation programs

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/six-must-know-steps-successful-winter-supplementation-programs

Six must-know steps for successful winter supplementation programs Cattle producers depend on effective and economical supplementation programs to meet the challenges that winter presents. When formulating supplementation programs, producers must consider a host of factors to meet their cowherds’ needs.

Challenging dogmas 12/08/2021

Challenging dogmas

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/challenging-dogmas

Challenging dogmas An open and curious mind is an asset worth having, even if it sometimes leads to taking more (calculated) risks. This isn’t easy for nutritionists and feed specialists, because we don’t want to risk poor performance for our customers. As a result, we instinctually retreat to the old ways or towa...

Calculating forage inventory 11/30/2021

Calculating forage inventory

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/calculating-forage-inventory

Calculating forage inventory For all businesses, inventory is a crucial part of the day-to-day and year-to-year operations. Without product to sell — or worse yet, parts or ingredients to make saleable items — a company cannot survive. Livestock agriculture is no different and, in fact, should be even more inventory-conscio...

11/19/2021

Just a reminder the Holidays are around the corner! Please order any feed as early as possible to ensure timely delivery.
Thank You!

2021 Forage Quality and Digestibility 11/11/2021

2021 Forage Quality and Digestibility

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/2021-forage-quality-and-digestibility

2021 Forage Quality and Digestibility Utilizing high-quality forages presents the largest opportunity for ration cost-savings on-farm. While still important when determining forage quality, the dry matter, protein and/or starch content are not the only measures to consider.

Photos from Adell Cooperative's post 10/22/2021

Adell is giving away 2 pedal tractors right before the holidays! When you buy 1 of Hubbard Feeds Crystalxy tub you can put a ticket in for one of these tractors. We will be doing a drawing on December 17th!

What a great gift for your little farmer. We are running a special on in-house tubs also.

Calf Success: Milk Replacer Ingredients and Additives 10/20/2021

Calf Success: Milk Replacer Ingredients and Additives

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/calf-success-milk-replacer-ingredients-and-additives

Calf Success: Milk Replacer Ingredients and Additives In the Unites States, most dairy heifers in the pre-weaning phase are fed milk replacer rather than whole milk. Some of the major considerations behind this management decision include convenience, consistency, biosecurity and economics.

Receiving management for high-risk feedlot cattle 10/06/2021

Receiving management for high-risk feedlot cattle

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/receiving-management-high-risk-feedlot-cattle

Receiving management for high-risk feedlot cattle Nothing influences an outcome more than getting off to a good start — or a bad one. Second only to calving and the days that follow, the process of weaning and adapting to the feedlot is the next most impactful event for calf health and performance. Before calves are loaded onto the truck, a plan ...

Photos from Adell Cooperative's post 09/26/2021

Join Adell Cooperative at Sundae on the Farm from 10am until 4pm! Come learn about Wisconsin’s Agriculture and support a local farm. Hope to see you there!

Firsthand research and experience with PRRS 1-4-4 09/23/2021

Firsthand research and experience with PRRS 1-4-4

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/firsthand-research-and-experience-prrs-1-4-4

Firsthand research and experience with PRRS 1-4-4 Although the LLRC-1 wean-to-finish research barn is fully filtered, the reality is that it only takes one positive case of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) in an incoming litter to infect a whole barn. This fact was demonstrated in a recent nursery trial at Hubbard Feeds.

09/16/2021

Reminder that we will be unable to mix feed next week Wednesday due to upgrading. Please call your orders in as soon as possible. Thank You!

Maximize dairy profitability through reduced feed shrink 09/14/2021

Maximize dairy profitability through reduced feed shrink

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/maximize-dairy-profitability-through-reduced-feed-shrink

Maximize dairy profitability through reduced feed shrink Feed costs represent 40–60% of the total cost of producing milk on dairy farms in the United States and are most dairies’ number-one expense. The prices that producers pay for purchased forages, commodities and ingredients greatly impact feed costs and the farm’s potential profitability.

09/09/2021

Here are the forage moistures from yesterday’s dry down. Out of 42 samples, moistures ranged from 61.60% to 79.84% with an average of 69.02 %.

If you have any questions or need any corn dried down give us a call at (920) 994-4125.

09/08/2021

Don’t forget our 2nd Dry Down today from 10-2pm. Some have already started chopping but stop by with 3-5 stalks if you need to check your corns moisture. Or stop by for a bite to eat!

Hubbard Feeds and the Extension will be here today with their technology. Lunch is also sponsored by Hubbard. Stop on by!

09/01/2021

4-H and FFA Fair Exhibitors, stop by our truck early tomorrow morning before for donuts and milk before you show! We will be parked near the animal barns.

Good Luck to everyone at the fair this year!

08/27/2021

We had 25 samples of corn we dried down this past Wednesday and had an average of 73.74%. Moistures ranged from 69.05 % to 77.1 %. So over all we are getting close!

Special thanks to the Extention for helping us with this event.

Remember we have another dry down coming up on September 8th!

08/26/2021

Wednesday September 22, 2021 our mixing system will be shut down for upgrading. We will be open for pick up and floor stock items, but no mixing. Please give the Mill Office a call if you have any questions! 920-994-4125

08/25/2021

It’s almost silage season! Stop by the Agronomy center at Adell Coop to check the moisture level of your corn.

Please come prepared with 3-5 stalks from a representative area of the field, hybrid, day length and planting date.

Testing will be done from 10-2 today and stop by for a bite to eat as well!

Strategies to market calf-feds earlier 08/12/2021

Strategies to market calf-feds earlier

https://www.hubbardfeeds.com/blog/strategies-market-calf-feds-earlier

Strategies to market calf-feds earlier Every year, around the end of the fall harvest, cattle producers contemplate what to do with their freshly weaned calves: either hold ’em or sell ’em.

08/05/2021

Another fair in the books last week! We would like to congratulate Austin Heusdens on her show lamb (first picture) and Amy Jentges on her dairy steer (second picture)! You both did great.

We would also like to congratulate all the other exhibitors on their accomplishments this year and keep up the good work! Thank you for supporting Adell Cooperative and we will see you next year at the Ozaukee County fair.

08/03/2021

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608 Mill St
Adell, WI
53001

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm

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