North Central Co-op, or NCC as it is commonly referred to, is a major agricultural supplier of farm inputs in Northern Indiana, Southern Michigan, and Northwestern Ohio. Additionally, NCC supplies many home and residential customers with motor and heating fuels as well as lubricants. Headquartered in Wabash, Indiana, NCC employs 150 full-time and 50 seasonal workers anually. North Central Co-op was formed in 1987 from the merger of Wabash County Farm Bureau Cooperative, Inc., and Kosciusko County Farm Bureau Cooperative, Inc. The name "North Central" was chosen because it described that portion of the state of Indiana being served by these two cooperatives and it was not specific to either county. In 1995 North Central Co-op and Elkhart County Farm Bureau Co-op merged and the North Central Co-op name was retained. On February 1, 2000, ProAgCo--the co-op serving Cass, Miami, and Howard counties in Indiana--merged with NCC and on March 1, 2000, Huntington County Co-op Farm Bureau Co-op also joined through the merger process. Steuben County Farm Bureau Co-op then merged with NCC on December 1, 2001. Most recently, Fulton-Marshall Co-op and NCC merged effective September 1, 2007. So, as you can see, the "North Central" name now signifies the north central portion of the midwest as we have facilities in Cass, DeKalb, Elkhart, Fulton, Howard, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Marshall, Miami, Noble, Pulaski, Steuben, and Wabash counties in Indiana, as well as Branch, Cass, and St. Joseph counties in Michigan. There have been considerable changes over the years, however the one constant has been the commitment to serving our farmer-owners with quality products, dependable service, and well-trained employees who act in a professional manner.

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