|As a full-service, member-owned cooperative, Midland Marketing Coop has roots in north central Kansas that extend back more than 100 years. Although our services and products have evolved during that time, one thing that hasn’t is our unwavering commitment to helping our members and customers succeed.
To do that, weprovide a wide variety of products and services including agronomy, feed, grain, refined fuels, lubricants, farm supplies and crop financing. We have 10 supply sites and 11 elevators in our six-county service area that have a combined grain storage capacity of nearly 14 million bushels. Our bulk fuel trucks operate out of Hays and Plainville, and our Cenex®auto service center in Plainville carries premium diesel fuels, Top Tier™gasoline, tires and general maintenance services.
These diverse offerings contribute to our strong financial footing, but profitability isn’t our only focus. At Midland Marketing, we treat our members, customers and employees like family. Our overriding objective is to do what’s right to help them reach their goals.
Midland Marketing is a great place to work, and it's a great place to do business. Read on to learn more about our organization and how we can contribute to your success.
Ever since we opened our doors as Farmers Cooperative Association of Hays in 1915, Midland Marketing Cooperative has taken a lot of pride in championing the rural communities it serves. The towns in our five-county service area are where our customers, member-owners and employees live, so their success is just as important as ours. Some of the non-profit organizations and events we’ve sponsored include:
Our employees and board members are also deeply rooted in our communities. Many engage in community service throughout the year, participating in organizations like:
Chartered as the Farmers Cooperative Association of Hays in 1915, Midland Marketing Cooperative has had a rich history in its journey to become a leading cooperative in north central Kansas. Working together to help each other has long been an important focus of our organization. We were tested only five years later, when a neighboring business’s gasoline tank exploded, causing a fire that destroyed all of our facilities. Area farmers came together by raising $25,000 to rebuild the facilities and purchase another elevator in Yocemento.