See your bill and pay it with the touch of a finger.

Trying to remember what you did a few years ago?

No problem, it’s here.

See the latest offers, sales, and news updates pushed right to your phone.

Get plans, recommendations, and pricing instantly.

105 years in the business, and still leading the way.


Thanks to the efforts of generation after generation of farmers, ranchers, and local communities, Mountain View Co-op has become the largest locally-owned agricultural cooperative in the state of Montana.

Mountain View Co-op by the numbers

When we work together, it all adds up.

0
Years in business
0
Great Employees
0
Members
0
Money given back to patrons in the last five years alone

Wait! Did that say
22 MILLION
DOLLARS?

Yes. Yes it did. When you become a member of the co-op,
you also become an owner, sharing in the profits.

Meet our leadership team…

Back Row: Dave Douglas, Retail; Nate Fairbanks, Agronomy; Jake McFarlin, Grain; Dustin Jones, Energy

Front Row: Jillian Reimann, Human Resources; Art Schmidt, GM/CEO; Paul Morley, CFO; Kila Moore, Safety

… and our Board of Directors.

Back row, L to R: Brock Arthun, Taylor DeBruycker, Todd Dahl, Rollie Schlepp, Trent Townsend, Mark Lacher, Tyler Starman, Del Styren

Front row, L to R: Art Schmidt, CEO; Seth Woodhouse, Secretary/Treasurer; Dan Schuler, President; Gary Gunderson, Vice President

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

When you’re the largest agricultural cooperative in Montana, there’s always something going on.

We held our annual stockholder’s meeting on Tuesday, October 12th, at the Heritage Inn in Great Falls. It was well-attended and covered the co-op’s past, present, and future.
The Superbowl. The World Series. The NBA Finals. There’s a moment when everything you’ve worked for is on the line. For farmers, that moment is harvest. Check out these short clips showing some of the amazing work that keeps the world fed. These videos were taken […]
Jasmin Nguyen is no stranger to the Black Eagle community. She was the assistant manager of our Black Eagle convenience store for about 10 years before being promoted to store manager of our Ulm location, and she celebrates those roots by entering a Co-op float each […]

Contact us