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
Luckey Farmers is offering our Average Price Contract (APC) for the upcoming 2020 Corn & Soybean harvest. We believe this marketing tool adds good risk management to everyone’s marketing plan. Call your local Luckey Farmers branch or the Woodville office to...
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda announced that $30 million in H2Ohio funding will be available for Ohio farmers in more than a dozen counties beginning next month. The funds will be awarded as part of Governor...
Luckey Farmers, Inc. will be hosting the 2020 Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop at our state-of-the-art agronomy center in Bradner, Ohio. The OABA’s Safety & Risk Management subcommittee has planned the Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop training program for 2020...
Luckey Farmers Inc. will award two $1,500 scholarships continual for up to four years or upon graduation to our Patron’s Stockholders’ dependents to work on their baccalaureate, associate or technical degree as a full time student. This program has been established to...
November 20-27, 2019 is National Farm-City Week. This week is used to recognize the contribution of both rural and urban communities that make our food supply safe and plentiful along with economic benefits. National Farm-City week takes place the week prior to...
The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 when 50 Pilgrims and 90 Wampanoag Indians joined together to celebrate harvest. It is believed that the first Thanksgiving dinner likely included venison, duck, goose, oysters, lobster, eels, fish, pumpkins and...