MKC is a full-service farm cooperative offering a complete line of supplies and services for both farm and urban customers in 14 counties throughout Kansas.
With field marketers and full-service agronomy centers equipped with applicators, MKC has what is needed to meet your agronomy needs and help you succeed.
MKC operates one of the top professional energy departments in the state of Kansas and is dedicated to the success of our customers’ operations.
MKC offers comprehensive risk management services to help farmers and ranchers succeed.
Using a host of precision agriculture tools and data analytics, MKC can meet your needs.
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As one of the leading agricultural companies in Kansas, we believe employees play an important role in the growth and success of the cooperative.
When it's critical to have the job done right the first time, you can rely on MKC's Field Marketers to help you successfully plan and manage inputs for your operation.
Contact an MKC field marketer to learn more about the services offered.
Brandon Schrag joined MKC in 2007 and serves producers in Walton, Peabody and Florence. Originally from Moundridge, he grew up on the family farm where they continue to produce wheat and milo. Brandon graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in marketing. Brandon was recognized by Winfield in 2010 and 2011 as a member of their Eagle Squadron, in 2012 he received Elite Member standing.
Jared Jones joined MKC in June 2009 and serves the territories of Galva, Canton, McPherson, Roxbury and Hillsboro. Originally from Marquette, Jared earned a bachelor's degree in animal science from Oklahoma State University.
Jared lives near Canton, along with his wife, Nancy, and son.
Chad Liebl joined MKC in September 2012 as a field marketer and serves producers in Rice and McPherson counties. Originally from Ellinwood, Chad attended Kansas State University where he received a bachelor's degree in agricultural business. He has been a certified crop adviser since 2000.
Chad and his wife, Sarah, and their two daughters reside in Hutchinson.
Chris Thompson started with MKC in 2008 as an intern and joined the team full-time after graduation as a management trainee. He then was the assistant agronomy manager at Groveland and currently serves producers in Groveland, Inman and Buhler as a field marketer. Originally from Galva, Chris graduated from Kansas State University majoring in agribusiness with a minor in agronomy.
Lucas Hamm was born and raised on a farm west of Tampa, KS, where he continues to farm with his dad and grandfather. They operate a diversified farm including: wheat, milo, soybeans, and silage, as well as alfalfa, prairie hay and brome. They also run a cow/calf operation and have feeder cattle.
Following his graduation from Hillsboro High School in 2007, Lucas attended Butler County Community College where he received his Associates Degree in Agribusiness and played football. Lucas went on to Kansas State University and played football for two seasons, receiving an Accounting degree in 2011.
Lucas joined MKC in January of 2012 in the trainee program and was promoted to field marketer in September of the same year. His territory covered includes Lindsborg and the area to the east. Lucas currently resides in Salina.
Jeremy Petersen first came to work for MKC in 2009 as an intern and then a Management Trainee. In 2012 and he transitioned into sales where he currently works as a Field Marketer.
Jeremy grew up in the Sedgwick/Bentley area where his family raised horses and owns a small manufacturing business. He studied Ag Business at Butler Community College and went on to study Agronomy at OSU.
Currently Jeremy and his wife, Jeni, reside in Sedgwick where he is a volunteer firefighter for the city.
Jared Miller joined MKC in October 2009 as a field marketer serving customers in the Abilene, Talmage, Solomon, Longford, and Bennington areas. A native of McPherson, KS Jared earned a degree in ag business from Kansas State University in 2007.
Jared's industry experience includes positions with Wheat Genetics Research Center (Kansas State University) and as a consultant for CropQuest. He is a member of the Dickinson County Pheasants Forever and the Knights of Columbus.
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