After 23 years, Wilco’s leader and CEO, Doug Hoffman, is set to retire and leave a legacy that honors core values, customers and his team.
Wilco, a farmer-owned agricultural cooperative from Mt. Angel, Oregon, has agreed to purchase McLain Family Farm & Feed of Albany, Oregon and will relocate the business to their Lebanon and Corvallis stores. ALBANY, OREGON – Timing was perfect for both McLain Feed and Wilco. As the business’ only employees, Owners Dennis and Melissa McLain have […]
“I am proud to give the OFB President’s Award to Doug Hoffman,” OFB President Barry Bushue said.
By Jason Pollard Oregon – After months of meetings and preparation, it has become official that the respective companies of Valley Agronomics and Ag West Supply, based out of Rickreall Oregon, have agreed to work together to support area Agriculture. Valley Agronomics will lease the business from Ag West Supply and hire all of the current […]
Valley Agronomics LLC, headquartered in Rupert, Idaho, is a joint venture between Valley Wide Cooperative and Winfield Solutions, LLC. Wilco-Winfield, headquartered in Mt. Angel, Oregon, is a joint venture between Wilco Farmers and Winfield Solutions, LLC. Both joint ventures have excelled in providing agronomy expertise to their grower-owners. Their growth over the years has allowed […]
During the month of November in honor of the military and Veterans Day, Wilco has green lights shining at all locations. In addition, Wilco Stores have put the bulbs on sale for 50% off and are also donating $1.00 to Wounded Warriors for each green light bulb sold. “We have a tremendous amount of respect […]
We’re proud to announce the opening of our 18th Wilco store in Salem, OR this morning at 8:00am. About 1,000 invited guests celebrated the ribbon cutting and sneak peek event last night, enjoying refreshments and shopping in our five signature departments-Livestock, Pet, Garden, Lifestyle Clothing and Hardware. Our big Labor Day “Project” sale is in progress, […]
Amanda Dalton, Dalton Advocacy Oregon Wheat Growers League, August 2016 IP 28 isn’t just about making sure “big out-of-state corporations” pay their fair share, it will also hit the pocket books of Oregon farmers. As drafted, IP 28 reflects a major change in the way Oregon taxes its businesses, by taxing based on sales rather […]