Working together for lasting success
CHS is a farmer- and cooperative-owned company providing grain, foods and
energy to fuel and feed a growing world. 
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About Us

Since 1929, CHS has been helping our cooperative- and farmer-owners succeed.

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Governance & Compliance

From our all-farmer board to our values, CHS is about integrity.

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Owners & Investors

Learn how our farmer and cooperative owners share in the success of CHS.

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Government Affairs

CHS is committed to influencing state and federal policies impact agriculture.

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Careers

Find a great job right in your hometown or anywhere CHS serves.

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CHS Leadership

Connect with the farmer-led CHS board and experienced leadership team.

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News & Media

Stay up-to-date with the latest news from CHS.

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Financials

CHS shares its quarterly and annual financial results to its owners and stakeholders.

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Environmental Sustainability

At CHS, we believe in making smart decisions for the future.

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Strategic Sourcing

CHS selects preferred and approved suppliers that align with our values.

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Land As Your Legacy

Only 11% of U.S. farmers have transition plans in place. CHS and Nationwide are committed to helping more farms successfully transition to the next generation.
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Farmers and ranchers thrive in the cooperative system

Local. It’s one of the hottest trends in recent years. But that trend was set in communities across rural America nearly 100 years ago when the first local cooperatives opened their doors to provide the services, products and markets local farmers and ranchers needed to thrive. 

Local co-ops worked to fill the gaps left by private businesses that were unwilling or unable to weather the economic ups and downs of agriculture. And they sought to put farmers, as a group, on the same footing as those businesses, with the same clout in the marketplace and the same voice on Capitol Hill.

Owned and controlled by the producers who do business with it, there’s nothing more local than a local cooperative.
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