Entries by Golden Growers

GGC Board Approves $0.21/Unit Distribution

On September 15th, the Golden Growers Board of Directors voted to retire the remaining $693,767 of 2015 allocated income and issue a partnership distribution of $2,559,233 for a total of $3,253,001 or $0.21/Membership Unit. This distribution will be issued to members of record on October 1, 2016. Checks were placed in the mail on October 6, […]

Return Your Member Survey Today

On July 22nd, Golden Growers Cooperative mailed a very important CONFIDENTIAL SURVEY to our members. The survey is designed to be simple and yet provide the kind of information that will be useful as the Board considers the future of the cooperative.  WE NEED OUR MEMBERS HELP!  By completing this five minute survey members will: Update membership information; Provide thoughts on […]

Important Member Survey Coming in July!

Please watch your mail for an important member survey and make a commitment to promptly complete and return it. This msurvey is an integral part of the Board’s strategic planning process designed to protect and improve your investment in Golden Growers Cooperative. This CONFIDENTIAL SURVEY was designed to be fairly simple, yet provide the kind of information that will […]

GGC Approves Distribution of $0.20/bushel

On June 16th, the Golden Growers Board of Directors approved a distribution of $3,098,056 to members of record as of June 1, 2016. This distribution, to be issued in the last week of June, will consist entirely of retirement of 2015 allocated income. Combined with the February distribution, 90% of 2015 allocated income will be […]

Wineinger “Plant utilization a key factor” in corn refining margins

U.S. Sugars Corporation President Matt Wineinger provided an excellent overview of dynamics affecting the sweetener industry during his presentation at the Golden Growers annual meeting. In terms of domestic sweetener use, total sweetener consumption remains on the rise, but ‘per capita’ consumption of caloric sweeteners is declining.  Meanwhile, non-caloric sweeteners use is on the rise.  […]

GGC Board Members Re-Elected

Golden Growers members re-elected the following board member re-elected at their annual meeting on March 24, 2016 Nick Pyle of Casselton, ND (NW District) Matt Hasbargen of Breckenridge, MN (NE District) Brett Johnson of Mooreton, ND (SW District) Byron Koehl of Hancock, MN (SE District) David Benedict of Sabin, MN (EC District) Congratulations to each […]

Governor Dalrymple to Attend Golden Growers Annual Meeting

Governor Dalrymple will attend the Golden Growers Cooperative Annual Meeting, Thursday, March 24th at the West Fargo, ND Cambria Conference Center starting at 9:00 am. Golden Growers has been informed that North Dakota Governor Dalrymple has accepted the invitation to speak at Thursday’s annual meeting. Governor Dalrymple was on the Organizational Board of Directors for […]

Annual Meeting Set for March 24, 2016

The Golden Growers Annual Meeting is set for Thursday, March 24th at the Cambria Conference Center, 825 East Beaton Drive, West Fargo, ND. Please note that this is not the same location as in prior years. The Cambria is located on the north side of Interstate 94 where it intersects with Veterans Boulevard. The agenda […]

Five Directors to Be Elected at Annual Meeting

At our Annual Meeting, Members have the opportunity to re-elect or elect Directors to serve on the Golden Growers Board.  Current directors eligible for re-election are:  Nick Pyle of Casselton, ND in the Northwest District; Matt Hasbargen of Breckenridge, MN in the Northeast District; Brett Johnson of Mooreton, ND in the Southwest District; Byron Koehl […]

Matt Wineinger to Speak at GGC Annual Meeting

Golden Growers is pleased to announce the speaker at our upcoming annual meeting, United Sugars Corporation President, Matt Wineinger. Matt was named President of United Sugars in May of 2015.  Prior to United Sugars, Mr. Wineinger served as President of Bulk Ingredients for Tate & Lyle PLC where he had global responsibility for commodity sweeteners, […]