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CommoditAg Adds Texas-Based Producers Cooperative Association to Growing Retail Network

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Producers Cooperative Association, an agricultural supply cooperative serving the Brazos Valley and Central Texas, has joined the expanding CommoditAg network. CommoditAg is the industry’s premier, trusted online retailer of high-quality farm products. “CommoditAg is excited about our partnership with Producers Cooperative Association,” said John Demerly, CEO, CommoditAg. “The company provides excellent service and quality products in their trade area, and we are proud to have them join our network and expand our product offering to this important and diverse cropping and ranching region.” CommoditAg, founded in 2017, combines the efficiency and convenience of digital technology and e-commerce capabilities with deep-rooted agriculture knowledge to provide farmers with top-notch customer experience and the best value. The company offers a broad range of crop protection, lubricants, plant nutrition and animal nutrition products, as well as data services, with delivery or same-day pick-up options available at one of more than 40 local retail fulfillment centers. The online retailer offers a streamlined and simple online ordering process with a fulfillment center locator that assures timely, reliable availability of agriculture products. CommoditAg only partners with innovative retailers, such as Producers Cooperative Association, that understand the changing needs and expectations of today’s farmers and have the expertise and capabilities to help customers succeed. “The new partnership will provide a strong platform for the cooperative’s agricultural producers in accessing high-quality products and economy class post-patent selections,” said Mark McMath, senior leader of agronomy inputs and services, Producers Cooperative Association. “CommoditAg is an e-commerce company that is owned and operated by the agricultural community, and they have a long history and strong knowledge base in the agricultural products and programs they represent.” Producers Cooperative Association was founded in 1943 and is the largest member owned agricultural supply cooperative in Texas. In addition to its agronomic solutions, Producers Cooperative Association also operates a full line feed mill supplying the nutritional needs for most animal species. It also has a retail store offering a wide array of supplies for the rancher, farmer, and garden enthusiast. Producers Cooperative Association’s energy division offers refined fuels and deliveries to area farmers and ranchers. “E-commerce has become an integral part of production agriculture and joining the CommoditAg team will allow our cooperative to add another channel in which to access consumers,” said Jason Whitfield, lead sales for seed and crop protection products, Producers Cooperative Association. “Incorporating this new touchpoint will work alongside our traditional marketplace to expand offerings to area producers and beyond.” Visit to learn more or to make a purchase today. About CommoditAg CommoditAg is the leading online retailer of farm products. Leveraging its deep roots in agriculture with logistical and e-commerce expertise, CommoditAg offers the scale, convenience and geographic access today’s farms need and is committed to competitive pricing and reliable service across an extensive 40+ fulfillment center network in partnership with progressive agricultural retailers. For more information visit and follow us on Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook. About Producers Cooperative Association Producers Cooperative Association is a diversified agricultural supply cooperative providing livestock feeds, seed, fertilizer, fuel and lubricants, and agricultural equipment and a wide array of farm and ranch supplies to more than 10,000 farmers and ranchers throughout Brazos Valley and Central Texas. To learn more about Producers Cooperative Association, visit