At Hi-Line Cooperative, our dedicated team comes to work every day with a singular focus - providing dependable, quality service for our customers.Careers
We’re well known for building quality, long-term relationships with farmers in Southwestern Nebraska, and supplying them with all the products, services and support they need to be successful.
From custom fertility and crop protection applications, to quality fuel, seed and precision farming technologies, you can depend on Hi-Line Cooperative to help you maximize the production of your operation.
Our services don’t end with agriculture. Our energy team delivers propane to keep area homes and businesses warm in the winter. Our local Cenex® Fuel Stations, C-Stores and Tire & Auto service shops always keep local residents well fed and on the road in the communities of Elsie, Wallace and Sutherland, NE.
We work hard to earn your business at Hi-Line Cooperative, and we work even harder to keep it. Please contact us to learn how we can contribute to your growth and success.
To be a financially strong cooperative that serves our customers, with a focus on future needs, that generates profits for our patrons and value for our communities.
To be a customer-focused industry leader in agronomy and energy products and services, with a legacy of dependability and safety in the communities we serve.
Workplace safety is a huge component of working at Hi-Line Cooperative. We have a dedicated Safety Director who works hard to make sure each of our locations provides a safe environment for our employees and customers alike. In addition to an extensive safety training process when hired, our employees go through annual and quarterly safety training sessions, as well.
Hi-Line Cooperative is always looking to hire talented, hard-working people who enjoy working in a team and have a passion for helping our customers achieve success.
Our culture is focused on providing friendly and dependable customer service, and that funnels down from the way we treat our team members. They frequently speak highly about how our company values their talents and contributions and treats them like family – not just a number.
If you want to work in an incredible atmosphere, where you’re treated with honesty and respect, please check out our current openings page and submit an application! We also accept applications when positions aren’t actively listed; we’ve even created brand new positions so we could add quality, hardworking applicants to our team.
Hi-Line Cooperative created via the merger of Wallace Cooperative and Elsie Cooperative Oil Company.
Purchased Ogier Station in Wallace.
Purchased Double Circle Farm Supply in Sutherland. Built new chemical storage building in Elsie.
Erected two 500,000 gallon fertilizer storage tanks in Sutherland.
Built new corporate office in Elsie.
Purchased Cohen Propane in Elsie.
Added two storage buildings in Wallace for storage of seed and oil.
Purchased Agrialliance Grant Terminal gaining liquid fertilizer manufacturing.
Aquired Brule and Roscoe Agrialliance agronomy facilities.
Built new office and scale at Brule location.
Constructed 2,000,000 gallon fertilizer storage tank in Sutherland.
Unveiled new C-store in Wallace.
Began operation of new 8000 ton Dry facility in Elsie and upgraded Grant Terminal to include more liquid storage and unloading capabilities.
Added a second 2 million gallon liquid fertilizer tank in Grant and broke ground on a new fertilizer facility in Brule that will be completed in early 2020.
Is there a charity, event or organization that you’d like us to consider supporting? Please contact us to see if we’d be a good fit.Contact Us
With agriculture playing such a vital role in our communities and business, we’re always dedicated to supporting the local FFA chapters and 4-H groups, which are educating our next generation of farmers in Southwestern Nebraska.
The Lincoln, Perkins and Keith county fairs are fun community gathering places in our service area and they play an important role in celebrating the region’s close connection to agriculture.
We always enjoy sponsoring these fairs, and we often purchase animals being shown by children to recognize and support their efforts.
Held annually on the third weekend in July, the Mikey Ride was started in 2006, as a way for local resident Mike Maupin and his wife Susie to give back to the community and share their love of riding.
The 240-mile motorcycle ride, poker run, and supper raises thousands of dollars every year, which is then donated to a local citizen recovering from medical issues. Hi-Line Cooperative is proud to support this event!
Always a lot of fun, the whole community shows up for the Independence Day festivities and the Sutherland Rodeo, which has been running for nearly 80 years.