In the volatile market present today, MKCoop.com is actively working to help producers increase speed and maximize revenue with innovative services and solutions
— The use of whole grains is growing at a significant rate, proving in markets around the world that consumers now understand the importance of consuming more whole grains. As of June of 2017, the Whole Grain Stamp is on more than 11,000 different products in 58 countries. For producers, this increased demand means a need for implementing better systems within their current processes.
In an effort to help get producers back to the field as quickly as possible, MKC Cooperative is continuing to upgrade space and speed at numerous locations, in turn increasing the potential that producers have to maximize their revenue.
“Currently, we have 34 locations that offer enough space for over 30 million bushels, and we have a staff who fully understands the end producer’s needs,” stated MKC representative Nichole Gouldie. “Grain merchandising, e-commerce, accounting, and logistics are all handled through TMA (Team Marketing Alliance,” which is an LLC that is owned by Mid Kansas Cooperative, along with three other cooperatives in central Kansas. Similar to MKC, the entire staff of TMA is dedicated to helping producers maximize their profits in the current market.”
While the risk management offerings provided by MKC are extremely important, the other tools offered for producers are also extremely helpful. The online business system offered by MKC allows producers to conduct virtually any grain business from their home, or from the cab of their combine or tractor. The system developed is the easiest and most professional option available today.
“Since 1965, we have been providing services for producers,” continued Gouldie. “Our goal is to continue offering innovative solutions that make their job easier. We understand how challenging today’s market can be, which is why we have developed the tools and resources offered on our website.”
Additional information about working with MKC and the services they offer can be found by visiting the https://www.mkcoop.com website.
ABOUT MID KANSAS COOPERATIVE
Mid Kansas Cooperative, or MKC, is a farm cooperative that provides a complete line of services and supplies for both urban and farm customers throughout 15 counties in Kansas. Currently, the cooperative has over 8,300 members and has been serving the area since 1965. Today, the company is dedicated to providing innovative solutions to those who need them and continue increasing the services they offer with each passing year, offering more solutions to a larger area on a consistent basis.
Name: Nichole Gouldie
Organization: Mid Kansas Cooperative
Address: Moundridge, KS 67107
Phone: (620) 345-6328
For more information, please visit https://www.mkcoop.com
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