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If you’re looking to build your career at a reputable business within the agricultural industry, look no further! Join the nearly 300 employees at 30 locations across Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee who have entrusted their time and talents to United Producers, Inc. Our team members live our values and embrace the responsibility of working for one of the nation’s largest livestock marketing cooperatives, providing livestock marketing, credit and risk management solutions.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package (see below), a fulfilling career with room for growth, and a direct role in helping with the global food supply. Our leadership team, board of directors and members greatly value the most important thing in our business – our people! Take the first step to joining our team by applying below.
“Working For UPI has allowed me to meet some incredible people in our industry as well as equip me with tools for our members to remain profitable and sustainable.” – Trent Ward, Facility Manager, Michigan
“I enjoy working for UPI because I’ve been able to maintain a job where I can work with the best fellow employees and producer members in the livestock Industry. Being able to work with people who express the utmost honesty and integrity is a privilege and not a duty.” – Bruce Harvey, Hog Sales, Missouri
“I love working for United Producers because I have a front row seat at helping the farmer feed America.” – Holly Richardson, Office Manager, Indiana
“I like working for a company that I know is honest and has integrity in all of its interactions, whether that be with employees or with customers.” – Bane Robertson, Coordinated Feeder Services, Kentucky
"I enjoy working for a company that shares the same goal as me, we both support livestock agriculture so there is a future for this industry”. – Ben Seibert, Loan Officer, Credit Services