Elkhart Coop

Elkhart Coop is Celebrating 102 years of Cooperative Service to our Member/Owners and the Agriculture Industry.










Elkhart Coop is pleased to announce we have teamed up with CFA to offer input financing.  Deadline for financing spring planting inputs for fall harvest is April 30th.  Give us a call and see how you can get 4.75% variable rate financing through Feb 15, 2020. 

Kansas Cooperatives

A bit of information about Kansas Cooperatives. 


Farmer cooperatives contribute value in many ways to their members and to their communities. Yet, the economic contribution of the Kansas grain marketing and farm supply cooperative sector to the overall Kansas economy is unknown. In this ACCC Fact Sheet, Amanda Clymer, Dr. Brian Briggeman, and Dr. John Leatherman discuss and show the total economic contribution of grain and farm supply cooperatives for the Kansas economy. The data collected for the study shows some significant direct impacts of cooperatives to its members and the state of Kansas. In 2017, Kansas farmer cooperatives:


  • Paid $71 million in cash patronage
  • Paid $22 million in property taxes
  • Provided over 4,600 jobs
  • Paid over $300 million in employee wages, salaries, and benefits

For the entire fact sheet:  http://s3.amazonaws.com/media.agricharts.com/sites/2007/ACCC Fact Sheet 14_Contribution of Farmer Cooperatives on Kansas Economy_5March2019.pdf  

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Elkhart, Kansas (67950)

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The View From The GM's Desk


Bulls are still struggling to get any news to get any type of rally going. Hard red winter wheat has been seeing good export business with the down turn in the market. Corn is struggling to compete with South America in export business with cheap price and cheaper currency. Beans also facing the same South America problem but are also suffering from drop in demand. Markets have not seen much reaction from the latest round of news about a China trade deal getting done in May or June. Corn planting is off to a slow start but not slow enough to cause any alarm at this point.  As a producer if Dec corn futures get back through the $4.00 thresh hold it will be a good time to get some new crop YC contracted.

Questions?? Give me a call or come by and visit! And as always, Thanks for your Business!  Morgan


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Kelley's Comments

The time has come to fill up your tanks for spring planting.  Don't wait until you are on empty to call.  Prices don't seem to be getting any cheaper so there is no need to wait.  And always thanks for your BUSINESS!!

Questions?? Give me a call 620-453-1596....Thanks again!!  Kelley 

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