Ag Manufacturing & Distribution

The ups and downs of the manufacturing and distribution sectors move hand-in-hand with the food & ag industry. For the past 80 years, we’ve been living it each day, working alongside people in ag. People just like you.

We’ll make sense of the numbers. So you can focus on storing, securing, and delivering the goods—at the right time and place. When it comes to financial and accounting matters, let us be the lead driver in helping you sustain and grow your business.

Storage & Silage

Record yields. Record moisture. If it’s not one thing, it’s another. So many factors are at play as you determine where and when to store, and how to transport the product. Grain storage decisions. That’s your expertise. The art and science of high quality silage. That’s your strength. Count on K·Coe Isom to advise you on how to maximize pricing and production while you focus on grain quality and value.


Whether by road, rail, air, or sea, you’re responsible for getting it there…in pristine condition. To make sure you’re covered, we keep on top of the federal affairs that impact you. If you’re involved in exports, we use sound tax strategies to ensure that you retain the most of your working capital.



Major Midwest Expansion Ahead for K·Coe Isom

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Indiana Communities and Food & Ag Businesses to Benefit K·Coe Isom is expanding deeper into the Midwest with its announcement of a new office location in Indianapolis, Indiana. The move makes room for further growth and answers the pressing resource […]

Determining Sales & Use Tax – What Manufacturers Need to Know

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Online Sellers and Multistate Businesses Effected Earlier this summer, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in South Dakota v. Wayfair, stating that a physical presence is no longer required to establish substantial nexus in the collection of sales and […]

Tax Update: Entertainment Deduction Clarified

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50% of Meals for Clients/Customers Now Deductible On October 3, the IRS issued a new guidance that will allow a deduction for 50% of meals while entertaining clients/customers. This decision was made following confusion over the wording in the tax […]