FARMS THAT FEED
MASTER FEED MILL
OUR ROOTS DATE BACK TO 1959.
Master Feed Mill is part of Ohio’s agricultural history. After more than 50 years running as a family operation, first established by Paul Dome and succeeded by his son, Mark, the business changed hands in 2016 to Matthew Cosler, whose own family has farmed in the region for generations.
We are a small but mighty local business that prides itself on our commitment and flexibility, offering tried and true seed brands, crop protection, fertilizers and more to help farmers produce their best crops, efficiently and effectively. Because to us, this business is so much more than just a sale, it’s a personal relationship with neighbors and a trusted partnership with suppliers and grain buyers.
Smart, solid products. Helpful advice. Old fashioned hard work and follow-through. These have been the backbone of our business from the start. And in that way, we know we’re in good company with the farmers and farming families we serve.
– Matt Cosler
Owner, Farmer, Neighbor
WE ARE HERE FOR OUR COMMUNITY.
Being an integral part of our community and supporting local organizations is an important part of who we are. We are members of many state-based associations and are active participants in local events.
Here’s how we support local people and organizations:
Send local FFA members to the FFA National Convention
Purchase 4H livestock at local county fairs
WE ARE A SMALL BUT MIGHTY
LOCAL BUSINESS THAT PRIDES ITSELF ON OUR COMMITMENT AND FLEXIBILITY
Every day, we roll up our sleeves to get the job done for our customers, partners, and each other.
PARTNER FOR SUCCESS
Earning the trust of the agriculture community means having a stake in everyone’s success. We listen, advise, and support, always doing our part to produce the best results.
STAY TRUE TO OUR ROOTS
The midwestern values of hard work, dependability, and community spirit are reflected in everything we do.
Our ambitions are big: to be the region’s best, most trusted supplier—going beyond transactions to being an integral part of our farming community’s success.