GCC Brokerage Services

Sep 15, 2023 | Garden City
GCC is now offering even more tools for your operation’s risk management plan.

Building Your Marketing Plan

Sep 08, 2023 | Garden City
It is never too early to start a marketing strategy. With current market volatility it is very important to market sooner rather than later. Here are some things to acknowledge when building your marketing plan:

Dont Miss the Estate Application Deadline

Sep 01, 2023 | Garden City
All estate applications are due on OCTOBER 1st for approval by the board at their October board meeting.
Patron & Portal Access

Patron & Portal Access

Aug 28, 2023 | Garden City
Handle ACH Setup, real-time invoicing and gain access to your invoice detail beyond what the paper statements show with our Customer Portal. Take a look at your current bushels you have at the elevators, your tickets and your active contracts with our Patron Access.  ...

Harvest Moisture Probe Extraction Reminder

Aug 21, 2023 | Garden City
We don’t want any damage coming to your moisture probes or your equipment this fall. Call to get your moisture probe extracted for the season before you start up that combine! 

Cultivating Caring Communities through the R.E.A.C.H. Program

Aug 14, 2023 | Garden City
At GCC, we are committed to being responsive, responsible and respected citizens in the communities in which we live and work. Through the R.E.A.C.H. program, GCC endeavors to sow the seeds of positive lasting change.
Preharvest Prep

Preharvest Prep

Aug 07, 2023 | Garden City
The extended wheat harvest compressed the preharvest preparation window.  Fall harvest is an exciting time for all but tensions can run high. Your local GCC staff is ready and willing to lend a hand! Ease your harvest stresses with these pre-harvest tips.

A Grain Contract That Releases You From Verified Crop Failure? We've Got That!

Jul 14, 2023 | Garden City
Weather shouldn't add to your market volatility stress.  GCC's Alpine Pro Contract is unique in offering a provision that allows a farmer to be released from the contract in cases of verified crop failure.  

Navigating Unexpectedly Abundant Rainfall

Jul 07, 2023 | Garden City
It has been an interesting spring and early summer to say the least for SW Kansas. All the moisture received offers great opportunities as well as some challenges. 

Supply Challenges Continue for Petroleum

Jun 30, 2023 | Garden City
Although diesel prices have significantly dropped compared to the previous year, the current availability of diesel supply remains unstable and is expected to remain so in the short term.  At Garden City Coop, we remain dedicated to finding solutions to meet the needs of our...
Check Your Voting Status

Check Your Voting Status

Jun 23, 2023 | Garden City
Did you know we have two types of ownership at the Garden City Co-op, Inc? You can be a common stock owner or a participating stock owner, but you only have rights to vote at the meetings if you are a common stockholder.
Thinking Ahead: Post Harvest Soil Sample

Thinking Ahead: Post Harvest Soil Sample

Jun 16, 2023 | Garden City
Which of your fields are going to need soil sampled after harvest for next season?


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3 Tips for Choosing the Right Wheat Seed Treatment

Aug 11, 2023 | Answer Plot
When choosing wheat seed, making sure you have a high-quality seed treatment to protect your investment is an important step in the process. Here are three questions to consider when mapping out your wheat strategy.  1. Who’s Applying The Seed Treatment?  Th...

3 Tips for More Economical Fungicide Applications

Jul 10, 2023 | Answer Plot
When weighing purchase decisions, there are many factors to consider, but when push comes to shove, it’s all about the ROI potential. Here are three steps you can take to make more economical fungicide decisions, regardless of what the season brings.   1. Identify ...

5 Ways to Find Success With Fungicides

Jun 08, 2023 | Answer Plot
It’s time to bust the myth once and for all that fungicides aren’t worth investing in. Research has continually shown yield advantages when a fungicide application is made. In fact, our Answer Plot® trials have consistently shown an average of more than 10 bushel ...

6 Disease Management Tips for Corn and Soybeans

Jun 08, 2023 | Answer Plot
Diseases may already be showing up in your corn and soybean fields, so it’s a good time to be scouting your fields for early signs of trouble. With plenty of the season still left, your crop will benefit from a proactive approach to disease management. Here are six tips to ...


Explore the progress on the new River Valley Terminal construction site.


Inside The Co-op: Grain Originators

8/18/2022 8:43:44 PM

What does a grain originator do? What happens to grain once it's stored in an elevator? What's the difference between a basis price and a futures price? What's the difference between and old crop price and a new crop price? In this episode of "Inside the Co-op" we answer those questions by talking to Lindy McMillen, a grain originator here at GCC at our Dighton office. ...

Introducing Alpine Pro

7/6/2021 1:21:41 PM

Weather shouldn't add to your market volatility stress. GCC's Alpine Pro Contract is unique in offering a provision that allows a farmer to be released from the contract in cases of verified crop failure. ...

Camelina Field Day Tours: Triangle H & Schmeeckle Farms

5/13/2021 4:43:20 PM

Mike Karst from Sustainable Oils, GCC staff, and area farmers gathered for a tour of Camelina fields being grown at Triangle H and Schmeeckle Farms. The crop is being grown as a trial, to ultimately be purchased by ExxonMobil as a renewable diesel source. For more information about Camelina visit: ...

Molz Cooperative Scholarship NOW AVAILABLE for the 2021- 2022 school year

2/12/2021 4:41:41 PM

Through the generosity of Otis & Mary Lee Molz - the Garden City Community College is offering up to 6 FULL RIDE scholarships to students if you are a Co-op member or employee or an immediate family member of either. To apply, fill out the application here: Answer the questions given on a separate word document and send them to: ...