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This aerial view shows the AGP facility in Dawson. A multi-million project now under way will modernize the facility to improve its efficiency. It will include replacing its two original extractors with a modern, single extractor, according to AGP. The Dawson plant can trace its history to an opening in November 1951 as the Tri-County Cooperative Soybean Association. Submitted photo

AGP Project keeps more than bragging rights in Dawson

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DAWSON -- Dawson has held bragging rights as the home to the first farmer-owned soybean processing plant in Minnesota since the Tri-County Soy Bean Cooperative Association began operating in November 1951.

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Tom Cherveny

Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.

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