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From Lohse Commodities to Midwest Ag Advisors

Today, Midwest Ag Advisors is providing an array of financial services to our clients in the upper Midwestern states. With 4 decades of serving rural America, we have an excellent track record of building relationships and creating risk management solutions.

 

Here’s a time-line of where we have come from and how we’ve done it.

 

1976

Keith Lohse started as a commodity broker for Cargill Investor Services, Chicago, IL.

1984

Lohse Commodities Inc. moved to Windom, MN.

1998

Rick Warner started as a commodity broker with Stewart-Peterson, West Bend, WI.

2014

Rick joined ProAg Insurance Company as Senior Sales Manager/National Sales, in Maple Grove, MN.

2016

January

Rick joined the team and partnered with Eric to form Midwest Ag Advisors, Midwest Ag Commodities and Midwest Ag Insurance. These entities were incorporated to open the door for expansion into crop insurance and grain marketing.

February

Federal Crop (MPCI) and Private Named Peril (Hail/Revenue) insurance policies began to be offered by Midwest Ag Insurance.

March

Full Service and Basic grain marketing plans began to be offered by Midwest Ag Advisors.

July

Expansion into SE and NE Minnesota of our full service risk management offerings begins.

1978

Lohse Commodities Inc. started, Worthington, MN.

1992

Daryl Tasler a farmer in Jeffers, MN, joined Keith as a commodity broker.

2006

Rick entered the crop insurance industry as an agent serving the Northfield, Rochester and North Branch communities.

2015

Eric Lohse joins his father Keith as a commodity broker in Windom, MN.

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We are dedicated to enhancing the success of your operation. By utilizing proactive communication and education, we build relationships with our clients to consistently deliver risk management solutions.

– The Midwest Ag Advisors Team

 

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This website is for informational purposes. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts or commodity options can be substantial, and investors should carefully consider the inherent risks of such an investment in light of their financial condition. Midwest Ag Advisors is an equal opportunity provider.