About Luckey Farmers, Inc.
Luckey Farmers was established in 1919 and is a grain marketing and farm supply cooperative located in northwest Ohio, with facilities in Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, and Wood counties.
We are a result of several mergers, consolidations and acquisitions that currently serves approximately 2000 members with Grain Marketing, Plant Food, Seed, Feed, General Farm Supplies, and Petroleum products. Our seed and feed lines feature Luckey Farmers very own brand of products called Gro-Mor.
Our current facilities consist of seven grain locations, eight agronomy facilities, a feed manufacturing plant, seed processing facility, three cardtrol petroleum stations and four fuel delivery trucks to service farm, home and light industry.
Luckey Farmers’ Mission:
- Dedicated to providing the highest quality farm products and services for the success of our members, employees, and community.
Board of Directors
Latest Luckey News
Fall is here, which means more farm machinery will be traveling on the roadways. Just like motorists farmers are allowed to use the same road ways to travel from field to field. Both the motorists and the farmers have an obligation to share the roadway safely. Farm...
As corn and soybean harvest draws near, please take special note of the grain receiving at each of our locations: Wheat Only Perrysburg Soybeans and Wheat Oak Harbor Corn and Soybeans Curtice Graytown Lemoyne Lindsey Sugar Ridge
Luckey Farmers has announced its 2019 delayed pricing and storage rates through September 15, 2020. CORN Delayed Price*: 3 CENTS /BU/ MO (CALCULATED ON A DAILY BASIS) CHARGES WAIVED IF PRICED IN 5 CALENDAR DAYS Storage*: 5 CENTS DROP CHARGE PLUS 5 CENTS/ BU/ MO...
Farm Journal recently sat down with Luckey Farmers' president and CEO Andy Swerlein and information technology director, Andrew Gladden to discuss the cooperative's commitment to nutrient stewardship along with the specific technology tools that have been adopted to...
Kirsten Ameling, Luckey Farmers’ Communications and Marketing Specialist, was nominated by the Sandusky County Farm Bureau to attend the 2019 Washington D.C. Leadership Experience. The Washington D.C. Leadership experience is an opportunity for young professionals in...
Most people associate fall and farming with the traditional grain crop harvest, but did you know that agriculture plays a large role in your fall traditions? Many of these traditions are based around agritourism activities including picking apples, hayrides, pumpkin...