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M&M Cooperative is participating in the fourth annual CHS Harvest for Hunger food and fund drive to raise donations of money, food and grain to benefit hungry families throughout our community. Hunger in America exists for more than 50 million people, according to Feeding America. That’s one in six of the U.S. population – including more than one in five children. Our local communities also win when CHS Country Operations makes a bonus contribution to help our friends and neighbors right here in our community.
Here's a list of events and ways you can help support our Harvest for Hunger campaign in your community (click on the event link for details):
Reaction to gelled fuel - Morning of operation before equipment is started if fuel appears to be gelled 1. Do NOT add additional Cold Flow Improver to cloudy or gelled fuel! It will not mix, and will only sink to bottom of tank and create worse problems. Only use RED ALERT. 2. Spin fuel filter and saturate said filter with contents of one 32 oz. bottle of RED ALERT. 3. Pour remaining contents of the bottle and one additional bottle into the saddle tank. 4. Overall RED ALERT treatment ratio should not exceed one 32oz. Bottle of RED ALERT per 50 gals. of diesel fuel. 5. Wait 30 to 60 minutes before attempting to start the engine. 6. Then it is imperative that operator let engine idle for an additional 30-45 minutes before leaving the yard. This will allow warm fuel to return to fuel tanks and vital engine components. Thus dissolving any wax or ice left in fuel. If adequate warm up time is not allowed, heavy waxy fuel will load up fuel system and engine will shut down due to fuel starvation. Click here for complete 'Overnight RED ALERT Strategy.'
CHS reports $242.2 million first quarter earnings for fiscal 2014 ST. PAUL, MINN. (January 8, 2014) – CHS Inc., the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy, grains and foods company, today reported net income of $242.2 million for the first quarter of its 2014 fiscal year. Earnings for the period Sept. 1 – Nov. 30, 2013, declined 30 percent from $343.7 million recorded in the first quarter of fiscal 2013. The decrease was largely attributed to reduced refining margins in the company’s energy business. Revenues for the quarter were $11.0 billion, down slightly from $11.7 billion for the same period in fiscal 2013, primarily due to lower average selling prices for grains and oilseeds the company handles.
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