Sumner County Terminal

Grain Terminal

Producer Ag LLC, a joint venture between CHS and Team Marketing Alliance, opened in May 2017. This rail loading terminal is located at Milan, KS, with 2.7 million bushels of upright slipform concrete storage at right and a 4.5-million-bushel flat storage building. The terminal is under the operation of MKC. The terminal accepts canola, wheat, corn and soybeans.

To maximize grain volume, especially during the busiest times like wheat harvest and fall crop harvest, Producer Ag routes incoming and outcoming trucks into two lanes of traffic, with equipment to match. Trucks are sampled with a pair of side-by-side probes, and processed using RFID tag readers for truck identification. An entire team is at the location to set-up accounts, sell grain, dump trucks and more.

For all of your grain delivery needs in the Sumner County area, contact the Sumner County Terminal at (620) 399-7060. 

Offerings to Producers in Sumner County Area

Grain
Producer Ag LLC, a joint venture between CHS and Team Marketing Alliance, opened in May 2017. This rail loading terminal is located at Milan, KS, with 2.7 million bushels of upright slipform concrete storage at right and a 4.5-million-bushel flat storage building. The terminal is under the operation of MKC. The terminal accepts canola, wheat, corn and soybeans.

Energy
MKC operates one of the top professional energy departments in the state of Kansas and is dedicated to the success of our customers' operations. Our energy consultants have the expertise and experience to recommend and provide top quality products for the intended application of our customer.

Risk Management
We believe in helping producers manage their risk by combining educated crop insurance decisions with customized grain marketing strategies. In order to manage risk in the constantly changing market, field marketers must look at each and every farm individually to create a profitable risk management plan personalized to each producer.
 

Dedicated to the Success of Farmers

Our team in the Sumner County region is made up of 12 employees dedicated to the success of farmers in grain, agronomy, energy and risk management. We have greatly appreciated the customers who have chosen us to serve their agronomy, energy and risk management needs in addition to visiting our new terminal.

Keeping Our Rural Communities Strong

We believe the leadership programs available through 4-H further develop the leadership skills of today’s youth – those same youth who will some day be the future leaders of our communities. To help strengthen these programs, MKC donated to 18 county 4-H leadership development programs this past year including $1,500 to the Sumner County 4-H Leadership Development Fund.

In addition, we are proud to play a role in the Kansas FFA Foundation, community events and festivals, city and county emergency services, and more. Our team is excited to have a presence in Sumner County and the surrounding communities. We have had the wonderful opportunity to meet many of you and we look forward to the opportunity to meet many more.