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New Mobile Grain App Launches

Sep 25, 2020

River Valley Cooperative, a cooperative consisting of locations in Iowa and Illinois, has released its updated RV Coop Grain app. 
 
The free mobile app allows customers to connect to their account and provides easy access to real-time information including electronic scale tickets, contracts, delivery hours and cash bids. “The app gives our farmers data with ease that can be accessible 24/7,” said Kale Petersen, River Valley Cooperative. 
 
With the RV Coop Grain app you can: 

  • View scale tickets
  • Receive bids
  • Track contracts
  • Monitor markets
  • Check pre-paid amounts
  • Receive grain facility text push notifications
  • ​Check local elevator hours

“We recognize that investing in grower success is essential,” added Petersen. “This platform can help make decisions in a timely manner.”  
 
The River Valley Cooperative’s mobile app is compatible with both Android and iPhone devices. Download the free mobile app in the App Store, or Google Play store. River Valley Cooperative’s RV Coop Grain app is powered by Bushel-the industry’s first automated mobile app platform, with its intuitive design, robust features and strong security. 
 
Enhanced login and security features ensure information remains private. Questions can be directed to 563-285-1736, or contact your grain originator.



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