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Reynolds United Cooperative Launches New Mobile App

REYNOLDS, ND – Reynolds United Cooperative, a state cooperative consisting of five North Dakota based locations, announced today the release of its new Reynolds United Cooperative mobile app.

The free mobile app allows producers easy access to real-time information including electronic scale tickets, futures, contracts, price-laters, and cash bids.  “The app gives our growers the real time data that makes all the difference for their harvest,” said Paul Coppin, Reynolds United Cooperative.

With the Reynolds Co-op Mobile app you can:

  • View scale tickets
  • Receive bids
  • Track contracts
  • Monitor markets
  • Check pre-paid amounts
  • Check local weather
  • Read ag-related news
  • Receive grain facility text push notifications

“We recognize that grower success is the most important move we can make,” added Coppin. “Pushing for the next steps in agriculture is one of those ways we can help our growers succeed.”

The Reynolds United Cooperative’s  mobile app is compatible with both Android™ and iPhone® devices. Download the free mobile app at the App Store™ or Google Play store.Reynolds United Cooperative’s app is powered by Bushel–the grain industry’s first automated mobile app platform with its application programming interface (API) and translator, intuitive design, robust features and best available security.

Enhanced login and security features ensure information privacy.


About Reynolds United Cooperative

Reynolds United Cooperative, headquartered in Reynolds, North Dakota is a farmers’ owned cooperative that began in 1903 as a stock company. Charted once under the name of Reynolds Farmers Elevator Company, Reynolds United Cooperative reorganized in 1948 as its present day cooperative. This cooperative has served many producers for nearly a century.

The cooperative includes 5 grain facilities in North Dakota that combine for a total licensed grain storage capacity of approximately 3,135,000million bushels. These locations include: Buxton, Mayville, Hatton, Portland, and Reynolds.

Additionally, Reynolds United Cooperative has a full-service agronomy division that provides agronomy services, including Crop Protection Products, Crop Nutrients, Seed, Custom Application, Crop Scouting, and Soil Sampling. For your soil needs, please contact Reynolds United Cooperative.


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