About Us

The Burlington Cooperative Association was formed in 1916, originally as the Burlington Grain Company. The cooperative was formed to provide agricultural services for our members and customers.

The Burlington Elevator has a storage capacity of 1,774,000 bushels. The Amorita facility has a storage capacity of 642,000 bushels. We are a founding member of the grain marketing group Equity Marketing Alliance established in 2002. EMA merged with CoMark Grain Marketing, LLC to form CoMark Equity Alliance in 2017. As a member of CEA, we are able to provide the best marketing tools for our producers.

The Burlington Cooperative Association offers agronomy services specializing in your seed, fertilizer and chemical needs. We have custom applicators who apply liquid and dry fertilizer depending on the producer’s needs. We provide sacked feeds and seeds along with seed cleaning services.

We also offer a full service station, bulk fuel and propane delivery and a convenience store in Burlington, OK. Our tire truck is available for on the farm repair anywhere in the area. The C-store offers a daily lunch special, the best burgers around and Hunt’s Brothers Pizza.

We are proud to serve our members, producers and customers. Let us know how we can serve you. Our mission is to be a customer driven, profitable cooperative providing quality service, products and markets.

Robbie Newman, General Manager

We are a proud member of CoMark Equity Alliance to be able to provide more market options for our producers. CEA is owned by numerous cooperatives across Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas.

Located in Ames, OK, Northwest Investments, LLC is a centrally located bulk fertilizer supplier for farmer cooperatives. The Burlington Cooperative Association is one of five cooperative owners of NWI, LLC.