The Mountain View Co-op Foundation
We created the MVC Foundation because we believe it’s our duty and privilege to give back to our local communities.
We’re living up to our motto: Together equals results that matter.
fairfield community hall
We started 2022 out strong by donating $100,000 to help renovate the Fairfield Community Hall.
The original building was built in 1969, and these renovations will ensure its usefulness for many generations to come.
Denton Fire relief fund
On December 1st, 2021, a huge wind-swept fire burned through the Denton area.
We’ve donated $5,000 to the Denton Fire Relief Fund to help the community come back stronger than ever.
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.
We’re giving almost $5,000,000 back to our customers this year.
When you become a member of the co-op,
you also become an owner, sharing in the profits.
Our Leadership Team
Back row, L to R: Nate Fairbanks, Agronomy; Dave Douglas, Retail; Jake McFarlin, Grain; Dustin Jones, Energy
Front row, L to R: Mallory Antovel, Human Resources; Art Schmidt, CEO; Brittany Holzheimer, Controller; Kila Moore, Safety
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.