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Salvex Global

440 Louisiana Street Suite 550, 77002 Houston, United States

Salvex is responsible for managing a worldwide marketplace worth $5.4 billion for asset recovery and excess inventories in 120 countries. Please go through our many commercial categories or manuf…


A1-1001, Taida Xintiandi, Nanhai Road,, 300018 Binhai New District, China

Humicchina is a Chinese agricultural cooperative located in Binhai New District. The cooperative specializes in soil nutrition and production of humic acid fertilizer and organic fertilizer to en…

GreenPro India

1st Main, 3rd Cross, KIADB, Nanjangud Industrial Area, Nanjangud,, 571301 Mysore, India
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GreenPro is the brand identity of Krishi Geopack Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Rishi FIBC Solutions Pvt. Ltd. and KT Exports (India) Pvt. Ltd. We provide a one-stop solution for advanced technical a…

GREENHOUSE FILM manufacturer - Greenpro

Krishi Geopack Pvt. Ltd. Shed A, B and C, Plot No. 54 and 55, 1st Main, 3rd Cross, KIADB, Nanjangud Industrial Area, Nanjangud,, 571302 Mysore, India
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GreenPro films are manufactured on our state-of-the-art 7-Layer blown film plant from Bandera, Italy.

Gloogal Market


Gloogal Market has been around for a while and it has also been a significant player in the exportation of a variety of products in Europe/Asia/American and African markets. Gloogal Market serves…

Kelly Tillage

684 Kelly Road, Booleroo Centre SA, 5482 Booleroo Centre, Australia

Kelly Engineering is a family business with strong values. We believe in sustainable agriculture, and improving soil health for our future generation with the help of our tillage system.


Ait Melloul Agadir, 80000 Agadir, Morocco

Hi We are a fruit and vegetable import-export company based in Agadir in southern Morocco. We are looking to import a large quantity of persimmons for one of our customers in Morocco. We are open…

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Agricultural Cooperatives

Agricultural cooperatives, also known as farmers' co-ops, pool resources for a particular activity. They also promotes sustainability and financial independence. They are growing in popularity, especially in the United States.

Articles of incorporation

Agricultural cooperatives are organizations formed by any number of persons engaged in agriculture. They may be engaged in manufacturing, processing, storage, drying, packaging, or other activities connected with agricultural products. These associations may also own and control other corporations. They may sell, buy, or lease agricultural products.

They are registered by the state and operate in accordance with state laws. The term of corporate existence is limited to fifty years by statute. The board of directors is responsible for the management of the cooperative. Members accept a fair share of the benefits and risks of the cooperative. They may withdraw for a valid reason.

Agricultural cooperative associations are permitted to sell assets in order to meet the corporation's financial needs. The articles of incorporation may specify the term of the cooperative. They must be filed with the secretary of state. The articles must include the number of shares issued and the par value of each share. The articles must also describe the powers and rights of the corporation.

What is a Financial sustainability?

Agricultural cooperatives are an important part of the agri-food supply chain. They can help farmers adopt more sustainable practices. They may also help farmers improve the quality of their products and reduce the marginal cost of innovation.

Agricultural cooperatives also play a significant role in the social economy. By providing goods and services without exploiting the resource, they enable people to fulfill their needs. This is especially true for small farmers.

Agricultural cooperatives may also be key actors in the supply chain. In addition to facilitating quality improvements, cooperatives may also encourage the adoption of innovative practices by other firms. They may also help farmers cope with market risks.

In this paper, we examine the financial sustainability of agriculture cooperatives. We use a choice experiment methodology to gather data from 282 investors. We tested two diferent strategies for investment in cooperatives. The first strategy is a traditional approach to investment in cooperatives. The second strategy is a more localized approach that includes allocating resources to a socially responsible investment policy.


Agricultural marketing involves a variety of activities, including assembling, processing, packaging, and shipping. A marketing agriculture cooperative is a cost-effective way for small farms to sell their products.

A marketing cooperative is a cooperative association of farmers who work together to market their products. These cooperatives are governed by one-man, one-vote principles and patronage systems. Generally, the funds are retained to finance the cooperative's activities. The retained funds are deposited in patron capital accounts.

The Agricultural Credit Act promotes the creation of effective groupings of farmers into cooperative associations. It places agriculture on a more equitable footing with other industries.

There are many state departments of agriculture that have strong marketing support programs. These programs often include incentives for farmers to engage in cooperative marketing.

Direct marketing is another way for smaller farms to sell their products. It can be advantageous for cooperatives because it can increase production and allow farmers to earn a better price. It can also allow farmers to compete with national producers.

Growth of co-ops in the U.S.

Agricultural cooperatives provide a variety of vital services to rural communities. They offer housing, jobs, fuel, and other services. These associations are self-owned, democratically run, and provide a variety of benefits to their members.

Agricultural cooperatives have been a strong business model for many years. Today, there are more than 30,000 cooperatives operating in the U.S. They employ more than 2 million people. They generate $660 billion in annual revenue.

Cooperatives also provide services to non-agribusiness consumers. Some cooperatives offer financial services, telecommunications, electricity, and other products. These associations have experienced waves of growth. However, they have also experienced declines. They focus less on developing innovative products and more on meeting members' current needs.

Agricultural cooperatives offer a safe Farm Credit System, which is important to rural communities. Many cooperatives also have credit unions as part of their business. Credit unions provide loans to farmers that may be difficult to obtain from commercial banks. These institutions offer lower interest rates and provide peer-pressure guarantees for repayment.