US farmer-owned grain, agronomy, energy and feed cooperative NEW Cooperative has officially opened its new port on the Missouri River, World Grain reported on 14 June.

Located in Iowa between Council Bluffs and Sioux City, the Port of Glencoe officially opened on 2 June.

Capable of handling 240,000 tonnes/year of soyabeans, corn, dried distillers’ grains and dry fertilisers, the port is the most northerly stop on the Missouri River, according to the report.

NEW Cooperative has 35 grain storage facilities with a total grain storage capacity of 118M bushels, according to Sosland Publishing’s 2021 Grain & Milling Annual, and also operates six US feed mills.