Heritage Cooperative ends Lena Ag joint venture with Harvest Land Cooperative
Jan 19, 2021
Director of Marketing & Communications
DELAWARE, Ohio – Heritage Cooperatives announces the sale of their share of Lena Ag Center,
located at 7436 N. Bollinger Rd., Conover, Ohio to Harvest Land Co-op.
Harvest Land and Heritage, previously Champaign Landmark, entered into a joint venture for Lena Ag
in the early 2000’s. Lena Ag Center, which has been managed by Harvest Land since the beginning
of the joint venture, provides agronomy products and services and liquid propane to farmers and
residences in the eastern Miami and western Champaign counties.
“We have enjoyed working with Harvest Land on this venture,” said Jeffrey Osentoski, president/CEO
of Heritage. “As we look at our business needs and how to best serve members and customers, we
decided the time is right for us to sell our share of this venture to Harvest Land.”
Heritage will continue to provide their full line of services to Heritage Cooperative members and
customers from their locations in Fletcher, De Graff, West Liberty and Urbana.
About Heritage Cooperative:
Heritage Cooperative is an agriculture cooperative providing value to our members and customers
through individualized solutions for nearly 100 years. From the chairman of our board of directors, to
the person delivering propane, unloading grain or providing guidance on crop growth, our 500 plus
employees understand that their business is to serve our customers. We are proud to provide
forward-thinking, customized solutions in grain merchandising, agronomy, energy, feed, retail and
specialties. The Heritage Cooperative corporate office is located in Delaware, Ohio. For more
information on Heritage Cooperative visit www.heritagecooperative.com.
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