Many Trails, One Destination

A Century And A Half Ago, Pioneers Traveled West Along Three Legendary Trails In Search Of A Better Future. 

The Smoky Hill, Santa Fe and Chisholm Trails intersect near the heart of our territory, and we at Agri Trails never lose sight of the optimism and hope these trails provided for so many of our ancestors. 

We approach each day with this same spirit, knowing that hard work and an unwavering commitment to the task at hand will ultimately yield rewarding results for our customers, communities and employees.

Founded For A Promising Future

Agri Trails Coop is a farmer-owned cooperative serving the needs of our producers. We formed on March 1, 2016 when three financially sound cooperatives (Agri Producers Inc., Alida Pearl, North Central Kansas Cooperative) came together to better serve our patrons.  

This merger was overwhelmingly approved because it made good sense for a number of reasons:

  • - Geographically, we perfectly fit together.
  • - We were all small co-ops, and we felt the three of us together could offer more to our producers than individually.
  • - We all had similar ideas and cultures.
  • - We all offered similar services.

Our roots in our communities go back decades and looking to the future we are committed to continually improving how we work together across our trade territory. By doing so, we’ll realize the full potential of what Agri Trails can be for its member owners across the 11 counties we serve.

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Committed to Our Communities

From national organizations like FFA and 4H to individual community celebrations, Agri Trails is proud to support a wide range of community events and organizations throughout our territory. 

Agri Trails Team up with K-State Research & Extension to educate youth

This summer Agri Trails teamed up with K-State Research and Extension and hosted two youth events. One was at our main office in Hope and the other at our Tampa location. All school aged kids were welcomed to attend these events and learn more about different types of the agricultural industry. The programs were about gardening and Kansas corn. Kids got to do different activates with the help of our local K-State Research & Extension. 

30 Year Sponsor for the Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo

Here at Agri Trails we think it is important to give back to our community. So, for 30 years we have been a proud sponsor at the Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo in Abilene Kansas. 

Gypsum Customer Appreciation Mountain Oyster Fry

Gypsum, KS – Every year on the Friday before Christmas, our Gypsum location hosts their annual Customer Appreciate Mountain Oyster Fry. Gypsum has been hosting this event since 1995. It is open to all ATC customers! There’s plenty more food options than just Mountain Oysters. From chili and lil smokies to chips and dip, don’t forget about the table full of desserts as well, we can promise you won’t go home hungry!

Washunga Days

Council Grove, KS – Every year during Washunga Days Agri Trails Coop participates in “Touch A Truck”. This is an activity through Kansas Farm Bureau where kids of all ages can get up close (safely) with big equipment and learn more about agriculture! ATC also provides corn every year for the corn pit that children are welcome to play in at the “Touch A Truck” booth.

Dickinson County CEO High School Program visiting Agri Trails Coop

We had the Dickinson County CEO Program visit Agri Trails. In this program, students are immersed in real-life learning experiences and visit different businesses in the community. We enjoyed showing students how our cooperation works.