CHS is a global agribusiness owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States. Diversified in energy, agronomy, grains and foods, we’re committed to creating connections to empower agriculture, helping our owners and customers grow their businesses.
CHS offers a breadth of products and services to support our owners and customers every step of the way. Our practical solutions, local expertise and global connections give our farmer-owners and local cooperatives competitive advantages to reach their goals.
CHS is committed to making a meaningful impact in agriculture and rural America. Through our stewardship initiatives, we invest in programs that develop new generations of ag leaders, promote ag safety and strengthen hometown communities.
Cooperatives are owned and governed by members who use its products, supplies, or services and operate in many sectors of the economy. In a cooperative system, people come together to scale buying power, gain access to goods and services and create economic opportunity.
At CHS, our teams work together to provide the products, services and expertise farmers and cooperatives need to feed a growing population. As a CHS employee, you help empower agriculture by creating connections that bring shared success.
C magazine introduces readers to the people and resources that make up the CHS cooperative system.
Farm and ranch dog photo submission
Do you have a special dog that appears by your side at just the right time, is a kid’s best friend or simply provides loyal companionship while working hard on your farm or ranch?
Share a photo and a sentence or two about what your canine means to your business on Twitter using #myfarmdog or email them to email@example.com and we may feature your pup on our website or in a future issue of C magazine. Submission deadline is Oct. 1, 2020.
In the Summer 2020 issue of C magazine, see how volunteers are building rural communities, learn how pet food demand is opening markets for dry pea producers, discover signs of potential grain bin failure and more.