Richardson International announced last week that they have acquired 10 retail crop inputs locations in Western Canada from CHS Canada LP.

Richardson will acquire nine crop inputs locations in Alberta: Alix, Beiseker, Bow Island, Carseland, Craddock, Lacombe, Rolling Hills, Standard and Vauxhall. Another will be acquired in Edenwold, Sask.

“We look forward to expanding our presence in these areas and working with local producers to provide them with leading seed, fertilizer and crop inputs technologies, supported by our CropWatch™ agronomy team and best-in-class service,” says Tom Hamilton, Vice-President, Agribusiness Operations.

The transaction is expected to close in November.

Click here to read the full press release from Richardson International.

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