UFA expands bulk fuel services for Sask farmers

UFA is expanding bulk petroleum services for farmers in Saskatchewan.

President Scott Bolton says the company has built two new locations in Saskatchewan at a cost of five million dollars each, Weyburn and Yorkton.

He says the expansion reflects strong growth in the farm economy.

Bolton says UFA will construct another 5 million dollar bulk fuel facility in Saskatoon and more are on the horizon.

UFA announced a 28 million dollar co-op patronage dividend on revenues of 2.4 billion dollars last year.

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