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Last month, U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) joined representatives from Fritz-Rumer Cooke Co. Inc. to tour the company's track project at the Heritage Cooperative in Maryvsille, Ohio.Gordon Webster, a project engineer at Fritz-Rumer Cooke, led the tour. The company designed and is constructing more than 11,000 feet of track to serve the cooperative's new Ag Campus and Research Farm. Founded in 1879, the Heritage Cooperative is member-owned and serves more than 3,500 farmer members and more than 4,000 rural and urban customers.
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