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COVID-19 Update

Due to the current CDC guidelines, starting Monday, March 23rd, 2020 all lobbies at all Wabash Valley Service Company locations will be closed to the public. Employees will still be reporting to work as normal, but all doors will be locked.
All payments should be mailed, but if you need to make a payment at a location (cash or check) please call that location to make arrangements. 
Please also call ahead for any product pick ups.

As our communities and customers feel the impact of COVID-19, Wabash Valley Service Company continues our commitment to service AND safety. The busy spring season is quickly approaching and we’re taking every measure possible to ensure COVID-19 does not interrupt our ability to serve you in the way you expect.
We value the health and safety of our employees and customers above all else. We’re implementing preventative measures recommended by the CDC (i.e. Cancelling non-essential travel and group events, remote working when possible, and self-quarantine of sick/exposed employees).
Wabash Valley Service Company is still here for you when and where you need us. Thank you for your support as we all work together to get the work done while staying safe and preventing the spread.

Interested in paying your bill online via your checking or savings account and having the ability to view your invoices and statements? Click the video below to view a how to on Customer Account Access.
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Our Mission

Wabash Valley aims to improve the profitability of our patrons' businesses by providing dependable high quality supplies, services and information, supported by a financially strong federated cooperative and professional employees.

Our foundation will be based on the 4-R's

   Reliability                                                                     

    Research                                

                Resourcefulness

                                                                Relationships

Sustainability

As local cooperatives, FS Companies believe it is their responsibility to ensure that our earth, our communities, and businesses perform together, sustainably. FS Companies are committed to ensuring the continued profitability for the company, their owners, and their customers, while enacting to help the environment and greater good.

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March 31, 2020
Soybean seed treatments can help improve seed germination, early season vigor and crop establishment which will contribute to improved yields at harvest. Seed treatments provide a way for growers to manage the risk associated with early season pests and pathogens and protect their seed investment.
March 31, 2020
Once the weather breaks this spring and field operations commence, Anhydrous ammonia and dry fertilizer applications are certainly on the priority list. In the rush to catch up with fertility needs, don't forget the importance of timely herbicide applications and the value spring burndown can contribute to managing tough weeds.
March 24, 2020
While we are sometimes anxious in the spring to get busy in the fields, performing field operations when soils are too wet can cause big problems with soil compaction – problems that are not easily corrected after the damage is done.
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Latest News

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March 06, 2020
COFCO INTERNATIONAL METEOROLOGIST SAYS IT COULD BE A TOP FIVE WARMEST MARCH
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February 07, 2020
Diesel Exhaust Fluid is easy to contaminate, which can lead to costly repairs. Follow these recommendations to keep DEF pure.
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December 12, 2019
Frozen DEF in your trucks or farm equipment shouldn't be a concern. The product can freeze and thaw without hurting performance. Equipment is engineered to handle it, too. This article addresses the specifics of DEF in cold winter temperatures.
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