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COVID-19 Update
Our offices are now open to the public. 

We ask that our patrons use the following guidelines when entering CCFS facilities:

Stay in front of the counter at all times

If you are sick or have a fever, do not enter 

Maintain a 6 foot distance from others

If you have a payment you are still welcome to drop it off in our payment box outside our Taylorville office located at 1210 N. Cheney Street. 
Thank you for your continued loyalty and support! 

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July 28, 2020
Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) is caused by the fungus, Fusarium virguliforme. The life cycle of SDS is denoted by two distinct periods of infection of soybean roots in the early spring, followed by advanced disease development during flowering. SDS infects soybeans in the spring under the cool, wet soil conditions that are often associated with early planting.
July 28, 2020
Cover crops are expected to be a prominent management tool in reducing nutrient losses from agricultural fields, and can also provide additional benefits depending upon the species or mix selected.
July 21, 2020
Common rust has been reported across some areas of the Midwest during mid-late June. Fungicides are a great management tool and resistant hybrids are limited.
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July 30, 2020
For many years, the trusted 55 gallon drum has been the most common container for lubricants.. However, mishandling drums can turn high performance lubricants into worthless waste oil. Proper storage and handling techniques are the solution and help prevent it.
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May 15, 2020
Developed to perform in extreme (XT) operating conditions, FS Syn Hydraulic XT ISO 46 is a full synthetic, anti-wear hydraulic oil for all-season performance.
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May 12, 2020
A typical antifreeze/coolant formulation is 96% water and glycol. However, the remaining 4% is important and can have a lasting impact on a heavy-duty diesel engine.
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