CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF COOPERATIVE SUCCESS

Providing "Service from the Ground Up" for 100 years

Founded in 1917, Elkhart Coop has been the area farmer’s business partner for 100 years.  Elkhart Coop employs local residents, makes purchases from local businesses and hires local contractors when updating facilities. Elkhart Coop is part of the community; our employees are from the communities we serve, and we’re active in supporting causes in our communities. From supporting area schools and raising money for local food pantries to helping local FFA chapters and bidding on 4-H’ers’ animals at county fairs, Elkhart Coop is embedded in our communities. Being local, your co-op knows you, your family, your land, and what it takes to make your operation successful.

Cooperative Minded ~ Farmer Owned

Attention Customers

Do you know an area High School Senior?  Elkhart Coop $1000 scholarship applications are available under the scholarship tab. We are awarding three scholarships to recipients in 2017.  Deadline to apply is March 17, 2017  

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

 "The price of doing the same old thing is far higher than the price of change." ~ Bill Clinton

What is a Co-op?

Cooperatives are owned and controlled by the people who use them. Cooperatives differ from other businesses because they are member owned and operate for the mutual benefit of members.

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Local Weather

Elkhart, Kansas (67950)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 30°F Dew point: 16°F
Humidity: 55% Pressure: 29.83 in. Hg
Wind: 7 mph From: West

Forecast

Sunday

Hi: 50°
Lo: 26°
Monday

Hi: 50°
Lo: 25°
Tuesday

Hi: 56°
Lo: 30°
Wednesday

Hi: 62°
Lo: 31°
Thursday

Hi: 55°
Lo: 26°

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Wheat -

Wheat futures were mixed on Friday. CHI was the weakest down 6 3/4 cents, followed by KC, down 4 cents. MPLS was the strongest, up 3/4 of a cent in

Soybeans -

Soybean futures finished Friday 1 3/4 to 2 cents higher, after dropping 19 cents/bushel(1.84%) on the week. March 17 soy meal futures were 50 cents

Corn -

Corn futures closed 4 1/4 cents lower on the week in the March17 contract. Most contracts finished the Friday session 1 1/2 cents lower. The CFTC

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed 4 1/4 cents lower on the week in the March17 contract. Most contracts finished the Friday session 1 1/2 cents lower. The CFTC

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled 40 to 58 points higher for the old crop contracts, with new crop contracts only slightly higher. The March 17 contracts

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures turned around on Friday to finish $1.45 higher in April 17, which netted a 3.89% loss over the week. The CME Lean Hog Index for

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