CHS reported net income of $177.9 million for the first quarter of fiscal year 2020 that ended Nov. 30, 2019. This compares to net income of $347.5 million in the first quarter of fiscal year 2019.
Welcome to CHS Northwest!
Meeting your home, farm and agricultural needs, every day
At CHS Northwest, we supply your energy needs from propane to oil for heating, propane for recreation, fuel for vehicles, feed for pets and livestock, lawn and garden supplies, and so much more.
Covering the Northwest from the Canadian border southern Oregon, CHS Northwest provides products and services for everything you need for home and farm.
Down-to earth, practical products and services
As a homegrown farmers co-op, CHS Northwest has been rooted in our communities since the very beginning. Our team has a deep understanding of the joys and challenges of living, farming and working in this region.
Whether your goals include a successful farm or agri-business, maintaining and improving your home and yard, spoiling your favorite furry friends or simply living the life you love, at CHS Northwest we put our hands, minds and hearts into supporting your goals.
Have questions? Get advice, instructions and recommendations for products and services. We say “Everything for home and farm”. That means we’re committed to going the extra mile to help you get what you need.
And if you are a producing farmer, you can be a CHS Northwest member and receive patronage. As a retail customer, you can receive CHS Northwest Country Rewards when you shop at our stores, buy our propane or fuel up at one of our stations.
When you choose to do business with CHS, you are connected to a world of opportunities powered by local experts. As the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative, CHS creates connections that help its owners build their operations and their communities. In celebration of National Co-op Month, we dug deep into the cooperative model to reveal seven…
LYNDEN, WA — Horticulture is going strong at the 7th and 8th grade level of Lynden Christian School, and it just got a big boost forward. Representatives of the agricultural cooperative CHS Northwest came on campus April 18 to announce a combined $10,000 grant award toward building a greenhouse especially serving the middle school. The new structure is…