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
Robert Bench Jr.
Latest Luckey News
We will be holding our annual Field Day on Wednesday, September 6. The morning session will be held at the Graytown location at 10 am starting with the meeting and lunch to follow. This will also be a virtual tour of the test plots and there will be an opportunity to...
The U.S. corn condition dropped one point this week, to 60% good/excellent rating. The Ohio corn crop was left unchanged at 57% g/e. Nationally, corn silking came in at 93% this week, right in line with the five year average of 94%. 42% of the corn crop is in the...
The U.S. corn crop was rated 61% good/excellent this week, down one point on the week. Ohio corn was up one point, at 57% g/e. National corn silking is at 85% this week and 23% of the crop is in the dough stage, both right in line with their five year averages. U.S....
Construction is still underway for the new Bradner Agronomy Center, and here are a few photos to keep you up to date.
The national corn quality condition report came in at 62% good/excellent, down two points on the week. Ohio Corn conditions are up two points this week at 56% g/e. The national soybean quality condition dropped four points this week at 57% g/e, whileOhio...
The national corn condition rating was pegged at 64% good/excellent, down one point for the week. While Ohio Corn was up a point at 54% g/e. Corn silking is at 40% this week, compared to 47% for the national average. US soybeans were also down a point on...