Creating Connections to Empower Agriculture
Our cooperative is one of many company-owned, locally-governed ag service centers that are part of CHS Inc., the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative, committed to delivering value and helping its owners grow. Our member-owners and customers are connected from locations close to home in Texas, to essential global markets.
At CHS, our first priority is to help our farmer-owners and customers grow. This means providing quality products, the latest in innovation and first-class customer service. As agriculture and our communities evolve, we are committed to staying at the forefront of the industry. Locally, we employ a knowledgeable and professional staff to assist you with your agricultural, home and business needs.
From harvesting and selling your crop, to custom fertility and crop protection solutions, to quality nutrition for your livestock, we’re here to support your growth and help you build the business you want.
Connected to Something Bigger
Succeeding in today’s dynamic global agriculture environment is not a solo act – it’s about being part of something bigger. Through the CHS cooperative system, we are strategically linked to products, services and market opportunities beyond our region that deliver value for your business. This connection will deliver long-term benefits as we continue to invest in opportunities that meet your future needs.
CHS Southwest Grain History
On May 19, 1981, the final touches were put on the consolidating efforts to united the following eight local grain cooperatives: Belfield, Dickinson, Gladstone, Killdeer, New England, Regent, Richardton, & South Heart. As a result of those eight cooperatives joining together, Southwest Grain was created. Later that year, construction of the Boyle terminal began in Taylor, ND. In 1993, Southwest Grain merged with CHS, Inc. to become CHS Southwest Grain. We were the first regional merger with CHS, Inc., which opened a new worldwide market to our patrons.