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The cooperative difference

Local. Farmer-owned. Working together.

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Farmer-owned with global connections


Farmers, ranchers and agriculture co-ops are the heart of CHS and vital to feeding the world.

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Energy & Industrial

CHS keeps agriculture and communities running smoothly with our fuels and lubricants.

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Food & Ingredients

CHS creates quality food and ingredients from farmers' grains and oilseeds.

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Jesse Klebe, left, and Jessica Fleck, right with professor William Wilson in the Commodity Trading Room

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Ready to trade

Technology has a big impact on learning. The relationship is obvious in the spacious, monitor-filled classroom at North Dakota State University in Fargo.

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Sarah Olsen, Cooperative Grain and Supply

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Heart to serve

A cooperative state of mind doesn’t always start on the farm.

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"I have been pleasantly surprised with how much our cooperative truly cares for the community and every co-op member." 

Brenda Huesers

CHS Garrison, board director

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When you're connected to a co-op, you never farm alone.

Today’s cooperative system connects farmers to the larger world around them, while providing a measure of dependability, strength and stability close to home.

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