Your hometown Feed Mill & Country Store.

From horse feed to lawn tools; on-farm bulk fuel to spraying services, your Moline Mill can serve your farm needs large and small.

feed and grain

Feed & Grain

Bagged feeds, bulk feeds, custom rations, salt & mineral packs, roasted corn & soybeans, plus drying & storage.

agronomy services

Agronomy Services

Seed, Dry Fertilizer, Lime, Liquid Fertilizer, Crop Protection, Soil Testing Services, and Application Mapping.

bulk fuel

Bulk Fuel

Diesel fuel, home heating oil, regular and ethanol free Rec fuel delivered to your farm or business.


Check out our selection of livestock feeders, hay feeders, and on farm fuel & storage tanks.

Moline Feed Mill and Country Store

Find Us

PO Box

PO Box 290 Moline, MI 49335

Physical Address

1231 Peony St. Wayland, MI 49348

If you found Moline, just look up you will see our bins and legs.


Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm

Saturday: 8am – 12pm

Sunday: CLOSED

Current Crop Price

As of 6/14/2024

About Us

moline mill building

Moline Cooperative Milling, established in 1926, is one of the leading milling cooperatives in West Michigan. We provide reliable markets for cash crop producers and feed and agronomy services for farmers. Our goal is to provide high quality goods and services to our customers at reasonable prices. We take pride in our knowledgeable staff. They stay up to date on research and farming practices. Whether you have a few backyard critters and a small garden or feed a thousand head of livestock and farm thousands of acres, we pledge to give you our best effort.

Meet the Moline Team

Moline Team

While our staff is generally about 10 employees, we bring over 130 years of combined experience to the milling and grain-based food industry.  Service is especially important to our business, and we strive to treat all our customers like one of our owner members.  Please stop by and tell us your name, we would love to get to know you.

Latest News & Events

New Poultry feeds

Happy Hens Rewards Program

Join our Happy Hens Rewards – Buy 10 bags of any combination of the following: Layer Mash, Top Nest Layer, Layer Pellet, All Flock and get a FREE 5# bag of Top Nest Layer or 1/4# bag of meal worms!

Youth mtg Todd and Steer winner

Youth Livestock Meeting

58 Youth and Group leaders from Allegan, Ottawa, Kalamazoo and Barry Counties attended our meeting on March 6th . Presentations from Dr. Coleen Potter, a veterinarian from South Kent Vet Services talked about animal health. John Schut, a retired Ag Teacher from Caledonia schools spoke about raising sheep, Bruce Modreske from Modreske Hog Farm  shared comments about raising hogs, and Dr. Dan Larson from Great Plains Livestock Consulting addressed the group on raising beef cattle. Todd Mast our manager gave a few tips to the youth about addressing buyers for your fair livestock project auctions.
Dan Larson speaking in beef meeting

Tired of handling feed bags?

Do you own a loader or a lift?

*Save your back and some money with a TOTE!

*Reusable with up to 1500# capacity

*Top or bottom unload

*Lift with top straps or on pallet

*Save with bulk orders over 500# or more

*Just $25 each

Petting sheep

Kids Day  – Our 4th Annual!

We had a great time at Kids Day 2024!!
Kids (and Parents) got to visit with some farm animals and meet Dixie Chick, plant seeds in take home trays, get involved in  games on farm products, play in our corn “Sand Box”, and climb on our field equipment!  Fun for all!  Ice Cream too!

Our Partners

Here’s what our customers have to say

We have been working with the Moline Mill for 2 years on our feed. They have a knowledgeable staff, are easy to work with and have provided us with timely feed delivery. Now that we have our own retail meat market, feeding our cattle properly is even more critical for our operation.

Casey Miller

Jamestown, MI

The folks at the Moline Mill worked closely with me to develop the goat feed I wanted to maximize performance.  I have been very successful at all my goat shows ever since.

Tammy Tullar

Wayland, MI

When I bought my farm in 1991, I had a little problem with one of my first loads of feed.  The supplier was not much help, so I asked Mr. Tiemeyer who sold me the farm.  He said, buy your feed from the Moline Co-op.  They will remember your name and treat you right, you are not just a number when you shop at the Moline Co-op.  I have been a customer ever since.

Bill Hirsh

Caledonia, MI