|Farmers Cooperative Produce Company of Marshfield (Marshfield Co-op) was formed. At the end of its first year of operation, sales of flour, feed, grain, hay, produce and farm machinery total just under $4,000.
|Harmony Co-op established.
|Farmer’s Co-op Shipping & Supply Association was formed in West Salem.
|Kilbourn Co-op Exchange was formed in Kilbourn, WI (known today as Wisconsin Dells).
|Farmer’s Co-op Elevator Company began.
|The Mauston Farmer’s Co-op was formed.
|Pittsville Farm Bureau Warehouse was founded.
|Stratford Farmer's Produce Company was organized.
|Wood County Cooperative formed with the merger of Arpin, Vesper, and Pittsville Farm Bureau Warehouse.
|Farmer’s Union Co-op began in Adams.
|Farmer’s Central Co-op of Mindoro was established.
|Tomah Farmer’s Co-op merged with Tomah Co-op Oil Association and became Tomah Co-op Services.
|Farmer’s Co-op of West Salem purchased AG Cooperative properties in Galesville and Melrose, expanding their territory to the north.
|Harmony Co-op and Wood County Cooperative merged to form Harmony Country Cooperative.
|Farmer’s Co-op of West Salem merged with Farmer’s Central Co-op of Mindoro. At the same time, Marshfield Co-op and Stratford Farmer's Cooperative Produce Company joined forces.
|Farmer’s Union Co-op in Adams and Mauston Farmer’s Co-op (which had previously merged with Kilbourn Co-op Exchange) joined forces to better service Central Wisconsin with its wide array of products and services. The merged cooperative was renamed Wisconsin River Co-op.
|Tomah Co-op Services purchased Rasmussen Oil to expand its fuel operations.
|Farmer’s Co-op of West Salem and Tomah Co-op Services merged to become Farmer’s Co-op Supply and Shipping Association. At the same time, Wisconsin River Co-op looked to build a new fertilizer and grain facility in Tomah to better meet the needs of its customers in the area. Recognizing that two cooperatives in the same town was not a good scenario for either organization, the boards of Wisconsin River Co-op and Farmer’s Co-op Supply and Shipping Association began merger talks.
|Allied Cooperative was formed from the merger of Wisconsin River Co-op and Farmer’s Co-op Supply and Shipping Association. The cooperative purchases grain facilities in Blair and Wisconsin Rapids later this year.
|ProVision Partners Cooperative was formed with the merger of Central Wisconsin Cooperative and Harmony Country Cooperatives. At the same time, Arcadia Co-op joins Allied Cooperative.
|ProVision Partners Cooperative began development of the Auburndale site, which was completed in 2017. The Feed Mill began operation in 2018.
|ProVision Partners Cooperative entered a feed partnership with Federation
Co-op and the Humbird feed Mill.
|ProVision Partners Cooperative acquired Federation Co-op.
|ProVision Partners Cooperative formed a feed partnership with Allied Cooperative at the West Salem feed mill.
|Scenic Valley Cooperative/Infinity Feeds merged into ProVision Partners Cooperative.
|ProVision Partners Cooperative and Allied Cooperative merged to form ProVision Partners Cooperative, doing business as (dba) Allied Cooperative.