January 26, 2020

Hancock Co. Ag Museum Expansion Project Receives Contribution from MaxYield

Sara Anderson, MaxYield Cooperative’s location leader at Britt, presents Hancock County Ag Museum & Pioneer Village president Darrell Schaper with a contribution to be used in the museum’s upcoming expansion project.

Britt, IA – Darrell Schaper, Hancock County Ag Museum & Pioneer Village president, recently accepted a contribution totaling $1500 from MaxYield Cooperative.

The non-profit museum is located on the Hancock County Fairgrounds in Britt, IA and is undergoing a capital campaign to construct a third and final addition to their museum building.

“MaxYield has partnered with the Hancock County Ag Museum during their recent fundraising campaigns,” said Chad Meyer, MaxYield client relations & communications leader. “We are happy to lend support so that the museum can finish the final leg of their expansion plans. They do a tremendous job is preserving and showcasing Hancock County’s rich agricultural history.”

The Hancock County Ag Museum and Pioneer Village is open to the public during the county fair, Britt Hobo Day, the Britt Draft Horse Show and other times by appointment.

About MaxYield Cooperative

MaxYield Cooperative is a member-owned, diversified agricultural cooperative founded in 1915 and is headquartered in West Bend, IA. The cooperative has 25 locations and three Cenex convenience stores in Iowa. MaxYield also provides grain origination and accounting services for three Iowa feed mills. For more information, visit MaxYield online at www.MaxYieldCoop.com and www.FromTheField.com.

 

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