What do co-ops do when they make money? They give it back to their patrons. This year we’re returning almost $5,000,000.
Equity is the portion of patronage that is retained and used for operating the co-op, and this year we’re returning $2,000,000 of it to our patrons.
The more business you do with the co-op, the more you get back. If you’re not a member yet, today’s a great day to start!
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.
Wait, did that say you’re giving almost $5,000,000 back to your customers this year?
Yes. Yes it did. When you become a member of the co-op,
you also become an owner, sharing in the profits.
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
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When you’re the largest agricultural cooperative in Montana, there’s always something going on.