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Agrium was founded as Cominco Fertilizers (short for Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company) in 1931 and changed its name to Agrium in 1995. Agrium was headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Crop Production Services, Inc., a subsidiary company, was based in Loveland, Colorado and was the location of Agrium's Retail Business Unit head office.When did Agrium start the Kapuskasing mine?
Agrium developed the Kapuskasing mine in the late 1990s to replace phosphate rock which has previously been purchased from Togo in West Africa. “We had an estimate (for the mine life expectancy) and I think that it served us well,” said Downey. “But that's the way mining goes sometimes.”Where does Agrium get its phosphate rocks from?
For more than a decade, Agrium's open-pit phosphate mine operation in Kapuskasing has been supplying high-quality phosphate rocks to the company's Redwater facility in Alberta. But come 2013, that will no longer be the case.What are the two business segments of Agrium?
Agrium operated in two business segments: Agrium operated close to 1,500 retail agricultural centres in the U.S., Canada, South America and Australia under the brand names Crop Production Services (CPS), Crop Production Services Canada (CPSC), Agroservicios Pampeanos S.A. and Landmark. Crop Production Services was acquired in 1994.