Merger Passes

Results of Merger Vote between

Central Plains Coop, Pro-Ag Marketing and Rangeland Cooperatives

 

Central Plains Coop

For Against Total Passes
65 8 73 89%

 

Pro-Ag Marketing

For Against Total Passes
67 6 73 92%

 

Rangeland Cooperatives

For Against Total Passes
40 3 43 93%

 

I want to thank all the member/stockholder who took time out to come vote yesterday

As you can see the vote to merge 3 coops into 1 coop passed.

Thank you, 

Bruce L. Williams







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