About MKC

Our Mission
​To be our customers leading supplier of quality inputs and services and marketer of our customers products, thus enabling our current and emerging stakeholders to achieve their goals, while improving the profitability of all.

Our Vision
MKC will be a highly-valued, customer-focused business, engaged in profitable relationships, with high business ethics and employee satisfaction.

Serving Producers Since 1965

MKC is a full-service farm cooperative offering a complete line of supplies and services for both farm and urban customers in 24 counties throughout Kansas. With a current membership of more than 8,300 members, MKC was founded in 1965 by the merger of three neighboring cooperatives in Moundridge, Buhler, and Groveland.

Since its founding, it has grown in size and territory through mergers and acquisitions. More than 325 employees play an important role in the growth and success of MKC.

Our History

Connected To Our Communities

MKC is committed to helping our rural communities prosper and prepare for tomorrow. Developing leaders within our communities, alleviating hunger and enhancing ag education and community safety are just some of the programs that we are proud to support. Over the past five years, more than $500,000 has been donated to these types of programs including the following 4-H Leadership Development, Mennonite Relief, community food banks, FFA, Ag in the Classroom, community festivals and more.

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Credit and Membership Application

Thank you for your interest in MKC. Whether you are looking to become a member, establish a charge account or add a Fuel 24 card, you have come to the right place.

Tips and Tricks for Credit and Membership Application documents:
- Can be completed electronically or a paper copy.
- Application can be submitted to MKC by mail, dropped off at your nearest MKC location or by email. 
- If submitted by email, application must be printed, signed and then scanned in to email.

Click the buttons below to access MKC membership and credit documents.

If you have any questions regarding our membership and credit forms, please email us at contactus@mkcoop.com or call us at 620-345-6328.

Upon completing your forms, please send them to MKC via one of the following methods:
Option 1: Complete application online and submit.
If applying for a membership, mail $50 membership fee to:
MKC
Attn: Tindy Graber
P.O. Box D
Moundridge, KS 67107

Option 1: Complete application online, print and mail.
Print, sign and mail along with $50 membership fee (if applicable) to:
MKC
Attn: Tindy Graber
P.O. Box D
Moundridge, KS 67107

Click here to view the bylaws and articles of incorporation of MKC.

Complete Credit and Membership Application by paper

If you wish to print off paper copies of the credit and membership application and complete by hand, please use the buttons below to access the required documents.

If you have any questions regarding our membership and credit forms, please email us at contactus@mkcoop.com or call us at 620-345-6328.

Upon completing your forms by hand, applications can be submitted to MKC by mail or dropped off at your nearest MKC location. Be sure your documents are signed and send via mail to MKC along with the $50 membership fee (if applicable) to:
MKC
Attn: Tindy Graber
P.O. Box D
Moundridge, KS 67107

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

While cooperatives resemble other businesses, they do have two very unique business characteristics that set them apart. First, they are owned and controlled by the members who use their services and second, the members share in the cooperative’s earnings.

The MKC Board of Directors is made up of local, agricultural business leaders, who are recognized for the industry expertise, as well as economic and community development skills. The Board of Director’s mission is to provide strategic direction and promote the cooperative’s long-term growth and financial stability.

The Board of Directors are composed of nine directors and up to six appointed associate directors. The nine director positions include one director in each of the three districts and six at-large positions. Directors are nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected from the membership to serve for three-year terms at the Annual Stockholders' Meeting. 

These directors represent the members of MKC.

LEADERSHIP TEAM

MKC is proud to have a leadership team that is passionate about and invested in the future success of the cooperative and our member-owners. Read more about our leaders and the experiences they bring to our organization by clicking on the photos below.

Furthering Your Education

Every year, MKC offers scholarships to deserving high school seniors and college students from across Kansas. A total of ten scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors and ten scholarships will be awarded to returning college students for their second, third or fourth year.

To be eligible for a MKC scholarship, students must be planning to attend or return to an accredited university or college including a community, vocational or technical school. There will be more information to come on teh 2019 MKC Scholarship Program.