Ludlow Co-op will be holding their 4th annual series of marketing seminars beginning Tuesday January 7th and Thursday January 9th. All meetings are held at the Ford-Iroquois Farm Bureau meeting room in Gilman. Each session begins at 2:30 and lasts one hour. Beginner’s sessions are held on Tuesdays and advanced sessions are on Thursdays. No reservations are needed and all meetings are open to everyone interested in learning more about how grain markets work and what makes them change.
Ludlow Cooperative Elevator Company is a farmer-owned grain cooperative in east-central Illinois serving Ford, Iroquois, and Champaign counties.
Founded in 1904 in Ludlow, Illinois, the company now has eight locations: Buckley, Danforth, Del Rey, La Hogue, Ludlow, Paxton, Perdueville, and Piper City, with convenient access to rail and Interstate highways.
Ludlow Cooperative Elevator Company handles grain sales and marketing of corn, soybeans, and wheat including grain storage and conditioning. The company is located in an area that enjoys some of the richest farmland in the world. Learn more about Ludlow Co-op Elevator