Linn Coop customers now have the option to look at their coop accounts online! For more information click “Linn Co-op News” below or call one of our locations today!

View your coop bill online!

You can now view your Linn Co-op accounts online! For more information and to get your account set-up please contact our offices listed below:

Alburnett 319-842-2222 ask for Heather

Marion 319-377-4881 ask for Danielle

Newhall 319-223-5191 ask for Tina

Springville 319-854-6192 ask for Jessica

Once you have called one of our locations to get your account set up CLICK HERE to get logged in

 

 

Pioneer Seed & Small Seed

Linn Co-op is the place to go for your Pioneer Seed!

Stop into our one of our locations and visit with the seed rep for more information. We also offer small seeds such as alfalfa seed, waterway mix, grass seed, oats, brome grass, and many many more!

Alburnett Location

Kirk Sauer

Newhall Location

Dave Manternach

Springville Location

Doug Rice

 

 

Rodent Control Program

NEW SERVICE AT LINN CO-OP

RODENT CONTROL PROGRAM

  • Monthly scheduled visits to monitor/control rodents and insects
  • Tamper proof bait stations (Great for areas with kids and pets)
  • Insect control for complete yards and structure perimeters
  • Very reasonable costs starting at just over $1 per day

Call today for free estimates and information 319-377-4881

 

 

Crop Scouting

Here at Linn Co-op our goal is to help our customers achieve the best yields they can. We offer a crop scouting service to help you monitor your fields to try and keep weed, disease, and insect pressure under control. Contact your agronomist in Newhall or Springville today for pricing and more details.

Linn Coop YouTube

Be sure to stop on over and take a look at the variety of videos we have on our YouTube channel.

-These videos were all recorded with a drone operated by Linn Coop employees and taken of Linn Coop customers and employees.-

Enjoy!

Click here for the Linn Coop YouTube Channel

 

 

Variable Rate Technology


Newhall

Springville

 

By using the data collected from soil samples we can apply more product where it is needed and less where it is not. This is called Variable Rate Technology (VRT). Click the links to see the drone videos of VRT lime application from this winter.