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Crystal Valley Donates $5,000 to Jackson County Food 4 Kids

This morning, Crystal Valley employees presented a check for $5,000 to Jackson County Food 4 Kids to help support their mission "to provide meals for food-insecure children in Jackson County on non-school days throughout the school year." With this donation, 14+ kids will have food available to them for an entire year! 
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Harvest Photo Contest

Are you a budding photographer with a great eye for capturing what harvest looks like? Enter Crystal Valley's Harvest 2021 photo contest!
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Cyber-Attack Update

A formal notification of data-breach is being sent to every customer and company on record at Crystal Valley. Crystal Valley deeply regrets this has occurred, and we apologize for any uneasiness and inconvenience this may have caused. 
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Important Notice

On Sunday, September 19, Crystal Valley was alerted we had been targeted in a ransomware attack. This attack has infected the computer systems at Crystal Valley and severely interrupted the daily operations of the company.
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Crystal Valley Agribusiness Lab Ribbon Cutting

On Tuesday, September 8th, Crystal Valley, South Central College, and Greater Mankato Growth celebrated the long-awaited ribbon cutting of the newly renovated Crystal Valley Agribusiness Lab at South Central College. Crystal Valley donated $132,275 to South Central College's North Mankato Campus Foundation, which covered half of the lab's construction costs, with the other half paid for with bonding funding from the legislature in 2017 for SCC's North Mankato Renovation project.
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Dan Trullinger Scholarship Recipient 2021

Luke Hennis, Sales Agronomist Intern, was awarded the 2021 Dan Trullinger Scholarship this summer. This $2,000 scholarship is given to a Crystal Valley intern, in memory of Dan Trullinger, a former Crystal Valley agronomist. He was a great mentor to his interns and took pride in watching them develop their Agronomic skills.
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