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March 27th 2020

Notice to ALL of our valued customers and suppliers,

At this time we are REQUIRING you to schedule an appointment to enter any of our Gold-Eagle office locations. All locations are fully operational and staffed to conduct essential business. We will have our doors locked to restrict traffic.

As the information concerning the spread of the virus continues to change we will monitor it and make amendments to our policy. Our goal is to best protect the health of our employees so we are able to serve our customers in the coming weeks and months.

Thank you for your understanding,

Chris Boshart

The Corn, LP Annual Meeting rescheduled for April 13th has been postponed until further notice.

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