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Valley Wide Agronomics breaks ground on plant in Pocatello

Pictures here (l-r) are Barry Crawford, vice president, FMC; Richard Lloyd, general manager, Valley Agronomics LLC.; Sid Jensen, project manager, Valley Wide Cooperative; Idaho Governor C.L. Butch Otter; Kent Rudee, chairman, Power County Development Authority; and Robert Swainston, board of directors, Valley Wide Cooperative.

Pictured (l-r) are Barry Crawford, vice president, FMC; Richard Lloyd, general manager, Valley Agronomics LLC.; Sid Jensen, project manager, Valley Wide Cooperative; Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter; Kent Rudee, chairman, Power County Development Authority; and Robert Swainston, board of directors, Valley Wide Cooperative.

Valley Agronomics LLC, FMC Corp. and Power County Development Authority held a ground breaking June 8 for a new fertilizer distribution center in Pocatello. The new plant represents a $12 million investment and will provide 70 new jobs. Since 2014, Valley Agronomics and FMC have been working collaboratively to develop a plan that integrates FMC remediation with the construction of the fertilizer distribution facility.

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