Toy Tractor Social Media Giveaway

Does your kiddo need a new front-end loader for their farming operation? Of course they do! Farm kids today will be the farmers of tomorrow, show us how you’re teaching them the ways of farm life by sharing your photos/videos with the hashtag #fcfuturefarmers and tag us! One random entry will win this tractor. See rules below.


Coloring Book

We made a coloring book!


2020 Ladies Night Canceled

Our 2020 Ladies Night has been canceled for the health and safety of our guests. We thank you for your overwhelming interest in our event and look forward to seeing you in 2021.

Check out our C-Stores

Why do we have C-Stores? It’s all about YOU. One of our main goals as your cooperative is to provide the best service we can to ensure your success! We understand that living and working in rural areas sometimes comes with little access to gas, diesel, and delicious snacks. We invest in our C-Stores to help ensure you and your tanks are always full.


COVID-19 Update from Farmers Cooperative

To all Farmers Cooperative Patrons,


As we continue to monitor the everchanging COVID-19 situation, I want to reach out to our customers and let you know Farmers Cooperative is doing our part to mitigate the spread and severity of the situation. We are implementing appropriate protocol, most of which is recommended by our public health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

During this time of uncertainty, we want you to know that we are here to serve you in every way possible and are doing all we can to minimize possible disruptions. However, we may ask that we conduct business a little differently with you than we have in the past. Rest assured, we will do all we can to serve you in the manner in which you have come to expect from Farmers Cooperative.


FFA Week Challenge

It's National Coop Month

Farmer owned cooperatives were formed and exist for the mutual benefit of their members. How do members benefit? Last year, Nebraska’s farmer owned cooperatives made cash payments of patronage allocations (profits) and members equity redemptions in the amount of almost $78 million. These cash payments were made to local farmer and rancher cooperative patrons. No other agricultural input or grain company shares its profits with its patrons in such a manner. These cash payments to members were in addition to Nebraska’s cooperatives reinvesting $186 million in 2017 in upgrading facilities and equipment to serve their farmer and rancher owners.



We often use the phrase “Our Employees Are Our Greatest Asset,” but what does that mean at Farmers Cooperative? Everyday employee’s use their knowledge learned of how Farmers Cooperative is working by sharing insights into optimizing processes, identifying trends which allows us to capitalize on things that are working well and recognizing cross-functional teamwork opportunities. This allows all 600+ employees with feet-on-the-ground the ability to communicate with customers, anticipating needs and heading off problems before they happen.