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Wilco Named The #1 Top Workplaces in 2014 by The Oregonian Commissioned Independent Research Firm WorkplaceDynamics LLC

  Wednesday, September 24, 2014

As published in The Oregonian’s article by Molly Young on September 10th, Wilco recently accepted the award as the #1 Top Workplace in Oregon and Southwest Washington. The Oregonian invited over 1,000 companies to participate through confidential employee surveys managed by a third party, WorkplaceDynamics. Of those, Wilco accepted the award within the large companies […]

Wilco to Open a New Bend Store September 9th

  Friday, September 5, 2014

Mt. Angel, Oregon, September 3, 2014 — Wilco, the Northwest’s #1 Agricultural Supply Cooperative, is ready to open a new 35,000 sq. ft. store in Bend, OR, to replace its existing 3,000 sq. ft. store. The new store will be located at 2717 East Highway 20 at the intersection of Highway 20 and 27th street. […]

Wilco buys 84 year old Denson’s Feed & Seed Store

  Thursday, June 26, 2014

Wilco, a farmer-owned agricultural cooperative from Mt. Angel, Oregon, has agreed to purchase Denson Feed and Seed Store, Inc. of Corvallis, Oregon and will relocate the business to a new Wilco store that opens on July 15, 2014 Timing was perfect for both Denson’s and Wilco.  Third generation owners Casey and Shelley Denson were considering […]

Wilco-Winfield and Morrow County Grain Growers partner on grain handling and merchandising agreement.

  Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Wilco-Winfield and Morrow County Grain Growers partner on grain handling and merchandising agreement.Effective July 1, 2014 Wilco-Winfield and Morrow County Grain Growers (MCGG) will enter into an operating agreement to enhance services associated with grain grown in Wilco-Winfield’s trade area. In the agreement Morrow County Grain Growers will provide price discovery for growers and administrate […]

New Grooming Services in McMinnville

  Tuesday, April 15, 2014

At over 25,000 sq. ft., Wilco’s McMinnville store features the largest selection of all 15 Wilco locations; but until today, was the only full-size store without a Grooming Salon. The experienced Grooming staff has been working in nearby Newberg and happily welcomed Dixie Lou, an Aussie Healer, as the first McMinnville pet grooming customer. Coincidentally, the new pet groomers […]

Wilco to Relocate to a Full Model Store in Bend, Oregon this Fall

  Monday, February 10, 2014

Mount Angel, Oregon, May 15, 2014 — Wilco, the Northwest’s #1 Agricultural Supply Cooperative, is well underway with the construction of a new 35,000 sq. ft. store in Bend, OR, to replace its existing 3,000 sq. ft. store. The new store will be located at the intersection of Highway 20 and 27th street, replacing the […]

Wilco Begins Construction of a New Store in Corvallis, OR.

  Monday, February 10, 2014

Wilco, the largest agricultural supply cooperative in the Pacific Northwest broke ground on construction of a new store in Corvallis, Oregon next door to Applebee’s and the Carmike 12 theatre off of Circle Boulevard. Less than three weeks after opening their first two-story Wilco store in Cornelius, OR, Wilco broke ground on an even larger […]

NEW – 4H / FFA Wilco Blogging Team

  Wednesday, January 15, 2014

This year, Wilco is looking for up to four 4H and FFA members to blog with us on our website.  We want to showcase the hard work our agricultural youth puts into their projects. We’ll be providing monthly gift cards to help fund their projects in exchange for their help sharing stories.  We want the […]

Julia Barnes

Last Week for FFA Gift Card Entries

  Monday, January 6, 2014

Wilco’s 2nd Annual Gift Card Photo / Art Contest. As an FFA Member, get “Your” design featured on one of Wilco’s gift cards to help us raise money to support the FFA and win up to a $250 Gift Card. Email a jpeg file of your art, drawing or photo by Friday, January 10th to […]

Has Cold Weather Impacted Your Vineyard?

  Thursday, December 12, 2013

With the past week+ of cold weather it is important for our vineyard growers to have the right information. Were temperatures in your area cold enough for concerns? How can you assess cold weather damage to vineyards? What management practices can you put in place to minimize damage and problems due to the cold? This […]