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Intermountain Farmers has continued to change and to grow in several areas since its 75th Anniversary. In 1998, a new retail store was built in Las Vegas at a new and more accessible location. A drive-through hay barn at this store highlights IFA’s increased involvement in the equine market in southern Utah, Nevada, and Colorado. In 1999, IFA purchased a new fertilizer storage and blending facility in Roosevelt to better serve customers in the Uintah Basin. This facility has greatly increased IFA’s fertilizer storage capacity and improved IFA’s service and ability to provide competitive prices to patrons in the area. To provide better service to dairy farmers in the Intermountain West, IFA began hiring highly trained nutritionists in the early 1990’s on a consultant basis. By the beginning of the 21st century, it was clear that nutritionists were needed as full-time staffers. IFA now has two full-time nutritionists who serve our patrons in the north region (Cache Valley and southern Idaho), and in the south region, serving from Salt Lake City through southern Utah. The IFA retail division has undergone some changes as well as IFA has sought to broaden its customer base to include home and garden consumers as well as farmers. To this end, four stores, one in Hyde Park (Logan), Utah, one in Cortez, Colorado, and one in Spanish Fork, Utah, and one in Riverton, Utah, have been completely remodeled/rebuilt and renamed “IFA Country Store” to reflect this broader customer base. In 2001, a feed commodities office or branch was opened for the purpose of selling truckload quantities of feed commodities to dairies, cattle feeders, and other animal-raising operations. Throughout this time some closures have been necessary as well. The Riverton, Wyoming; Layton, Utah; and Salina,Utah, Irrigation branches were sold in 2001. Also in 2001, IFA Trucking was contracted to J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc., freeing up capital for income-producing ventures elsewhere. In 2002, the Payson, Utah, retail store was closed to combine operations with Spanish Fork. The traditional Spanish Fork store became two operations: the Spanish Fork IFA Country Store and the Utah County Agronomy Center. This new organization allows for the larger farmers and fruit growers in southern Utah County to receive more specialized agronomy service through the “ag” center. For several years, IFA rolled grain at four feed mills throughout central and southern Utah. These mills were built before we knew of the greater nutritional value brought about by steam flaking. While rolled grain is standard in the industry, IFA learned how much better the nutritional value is in steam-flaked grain. New flaking systems were installed in the new North Region Feed Mill built in Lewiston, Utah, just south of the Utah-Idaho border, in 1995. Prior to this time, only blending of commodities was offered out of Tremonton. In 1996, the flaking mill was completed. Dairies in the area that used this flaked corn saw an almost instant increase in milk production. It wasn’t long before dairy and beef producers in the central and southern region wanted this same quality of feed. IFA began looking at building a new mill in central Utah at about the same time that Moroni Feed Company was developing plans to build a new rail receiving facility south of Nephi. This facility would be capable of unloading a full unit train of 100 cars of corn in less than 15 hours. IFA’s need for a new mill along with Moroni Feed’s need to receive corn in 100-car trains became the basis for a perfect partnership. In June 2002 the rail car facility was finished. Nine months later, in February of 2003, the new IFA South Region Feed Mill began cooking and flaking corn in the most state-of-the-art grain flaking mill in the intermountain region. In addition, in 2004, IFA acquired the Planters Cottonseed Oil operations in Trenton and Logan, Utah. The feed mill in Trenton now shares production capabilities with the mill in Lewiston to expand IFA’s feed services in the north region. Not only will tonnage increase, but a new mineral- mixing facility is now in operation. The Logan store will give IFA a southern presence again in Logan. (The original Logan IFA was on the south end of town, but was moved north to Hyde Park when the new store was built.) This newly acquired store will continue to sell farm supplies as in the past, with added lines of fencing, equine, pet, home, and garden. The inspiration for these changes and improvements comes from the IFA vision statement that was developed under Mr. Palmer’s leadership in 1996: “IFA will become the preeminent agricultural supplier in our chosen markets.” We believe that we are just that, and seek your continued patronage and support as we make our way into the 21st century.

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About IFA Country Stores

Intermountain Farmers has continued to change and
to grow in several areas since its 75th
Anniversary. In 1998, a new retail store was built
in Las Vegas at a new and more accessible
location. A drive-through hay barn at this store
highlights IFA’s increased involvement in the
equine market in southern Utah, Nevada, and
Colorado.

In 1999, IFA purchased a new fertilizer storage
and blending facility in Roosevelt to better serve
customers in the Uintah Basin. This facility has
greatly increased IFA’s fertilizer storage
capacity and improved IFA’s service and ability to
provide competitive prices to patrons in the area.

To provide better service to dairy farmers in the
Intermountain West, IFA began hiring highly
trained nutritionists in the early 1990’s on a
consultant basis. By the beginning of the 21st
century, it was clear that nutritionists were
needed as full-time staffers. IFA now has two
full-time nutritionists who serve our patrons in
the north region (Cache Valley and southern
Idaho), and in the south region, serving from Salt
Lake City through southern Utah.

The IFA retail division has undergone some changes
as well as IFA has sought to broaden its customer
base to include home and garden consumers as well
as farmers. To this end, four stores, one in Hyde
Park (Logan), Utah, one in Cortez, Colorado, and
one in Spanish Fork, Utah, and one in Riverton,
Utah, have been completely remodeled/rebuilt and
renamed “IFA Country Store” to reflect this
broader customer base.

In 2001, a feed commodities office or branch was
opened for the purpose of selling truckload
quantities of feed commodities to dairies, cattle
feeders, and other animal-raising operations.

Throughout this time some closures have been
necessary as well. The Riverton, Wyoming; Layton,
Utah; and Salina,Utah, Irrigation branches were
sold in 2001. Also in 2001, IFA Trucking was
contracted to J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc., freeing
up capital for income-producing ventures
elsewhere. In 2002, the Payson, Utah, retail store
was closed to combine operations with Spanish
Fork. The traditional Spanish Fork store became
two operations: the Spanish Fork IFA Country Store
and the Utah County Agronomy Center. This new
organization allows for the larger farmers and
fruit growers in southern Utah County to receive
more specialized agronomy service through the “ag”
center.

For several years, IFA rolled grain at four feed
mills throughout central and southern Utah. These
mills were built before we knew of the greater
nutritional value brought about by steam flaking.
While rolled grain is standard in the industry,
IFA learned how much better the nutritional value
is in steam-flaked grain. New flaking systems were
installed in the new North Region Feed Mill built
in Lewiston, Utah, just south of the Utah-Idaho
border, in 1995. Prior to this time, only blending
of commodities was offered out of Tremonton. In
1996, the flaking mill was completed. Dairies in
the area that used this flaked corn saw an almost
instant increase in milk production.

It wasn’t long before dairy and beef producers in
the central and southern region wanted this same
quality of feed. IFA began looking at building a
new mill in central Utah at about the same time
that Moroni Feed Company was developing plans to
build a new rail receiving facility south of
Nephi. This facility would be capable of unloading
a full unit train of 100 cars of corn in less than
15 hours. IFA’s need for a new mill along with
Moroni Feed’s need to receive corn in 100-car
trains became the basis for a perfect partnership.
In June 2002 the rail car facility was finished.
Nine months later, in February of 2003, the new
IFA South Region Feed Mill began cooking and
flaking corn in the most state-of-the-art grain
flaking mill in the intermountain region.

In addition, in 2004, IFA acquired the Planters
Cottonseed Oil operations in Trenton and Logan,
Utah. The feed mill in Trenton now shares
production capabilities with the mill in Lewiston
to expand IFA’s feed services in the north region.
Not only will tonnage increase, but a new mineral-
mixing facility is now in operation.

The Logan store will give IFA a southern presence
again in Logan. (The original Logan IFA was on the
south end of town, but was moved north to Hyde
Park when the new store was built.) This newly
acquired store will continue to sell farm supplies
as in the past, with added lines of fencing,
equine, pet, home, and garden.

The inspiration for these changes and improvements
comes from the IFA vision statement that was
developed under Mr. Palmer’s leadership in 1996:
“IFA will become the preeminent agricultural
supplier in our chosen markets.” We believe that
we are just that, and seek your continued
patronage and support as we make our way into the
21st century.