MFA Oil

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MFA Oil Company
Type Agricultural supply cooperative
Industry Oil, energy
Founded 1929
Founder(s) Missouri Farmers Association
Headquarters Columbia, Missouri, United States
Employees More than 1600[1]
Website www.mfaoil.com

MFA Oil is an energy cooperative started in 1929 by the Missouri Farmers Association. It produces fuel and lubrication products and manages bulk petroleum and propane plants in the Central US. The company operates 76[2] Break Time convenience stores in Missouri and Arkansas. The company also operates Big O Tires and Jiffy Lube franchises in the mid-Missouri area.[3] The company headquarters is in Columbia, Missouri.

The company is one of the largest distributors of E85 and E10 corn-based ethanol fuels.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Today's Famer MFA Inc.
  2. ^ Break Time Official Website
  3. ^ "About Us". Retrieved '2011-01-01'. 
  4. ^ Columbia Business Times, "MFA Oil president praises ethanol's use, rebuts critics" April 4, 2008 http://columbiabusinesstimes.com/1205/2008/04/04/mfa-oil-president-praises-ethanols-use-rebuts-critics