Local Co-Op Paying Out Millions in Cash to Farmers


Some central Nebraska farmers will see piles of cash under their tree this Christmas.

All Points Cooperative, based in Gothenburg, has announced that their year-end sales have exceeded $200 million.

The co-op's CEO said profits will stay local.

The money is to be re-invested in equipment and more than $2 million will be paid out, most of it in cash, to farmers who belong to the co-op.

All Points will hold its annual meeting next month in Lexington.