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Pendleton Grain Growers, Inc. (PGG), has entered into negations to sell a ag supply sell stores located in Joseph, Hermiston and Island City, Ore. The mild did not accept offers on a remaining 3 stores or a Pendleton Automotive Service Center (PASC).

These changes simulate a cooperatives’ restructuring to yield some-more resources to a core businesses. “We are confident about a opportunities supposing by a restructuring of PGG,” pronounced Tim Hawkins, Chairman of a Pendleton Grain Growers, Inc., Board of Directors. “The house understands a impact that exiting a 3 locations and a Pendleton Automotive Service Center will have on a members, employees and communities. ”

PGG will start register clearway sales during a Athena, Milton-Freewater and Pendleton locations on Aug 15. These 3 locations will be a usually stores charity register clearway sales. The final date of business for a PGG AG Supply stores is still to be determined, though will start in early September. The final day of operation for a PASC is Aug 15.

Pendleton Grain Growers, Inc. is a member-owned rural mild proudly secure in a story of portion a communities of eastern Oregon and Washington. Since a cooperative’s first over 80 years ago, PGG has ceaselessly worked to broach a members and communities a higher network of rural products and services. Together, PGG will yield a members and a communities a resources to favour a future.

Article source: http://www.agprofessional.com/news/271399381.html

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