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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

CHS Inc. (CHSCP)

11/18/2005 10K Informatiom

Because our directors must be active patrons of ours, or of an affiliated association, transactions between us and our directors are customary and expected. Transactions include the sales of commodities to us and the purchases of products and services from us, as well as patronage refunds and equity redemptions received from us. During the period indicated, the value of those transactions between a particular director (and members of such directorÕs immediate family, which includes such directorÕs spouse; parents; children; siblings; mothers and fathers-in-law; sons and daughters-in-law; and brothers and sisters-in-law) and us in which the amount involved exceeded $60,000 are shown below.

Bruce Anderson $ 156,005 Curt Eischens 228,535 Jerry Hasnedl 506,277 Glen Keppy 207,169 Michael Mulcahey 60,768 Michael Toelle 511,317 Merlin Van Walleghen 285,671

11/18/2004 10K Information

Because directors must be active patrons of the Company or an affiliated association, transactions between the Company and directors are customary and expected. Transactions include the sales of commodities to the Company and the purchases of products and services from the Company, as well as patronage refunds and equity redemptions received from the Company. During the period indicated, the value of those transactions between a particular director (and members of such directorÕs immediate family, which includes such directorÕs spouse; parents; children; siblings; mothers and fathers-in-law; sons and daughters-in-law; and brothers and sisters-in-law) and the Company in which the amount involved exceeded $60,000 are shown on page 63 of the 10K filing.

11/21/2003 Proxy Information

The Company is involved as a defendant in various lawsuits, claims and disputes which are in the normal course of the CompanyÕs business. The resolution of any such matters may affect consolidated net income for any fiscal period; however, management believes any resulting liabilities, individually or in the aggregate, will not have a material effect on the consolidated financial position, results of operations or cash flows of the Company during any fiscal year.

In October 2003, the Company and NCRA reached agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of MontanaÕs Department of Environmental Quality and the State of Kansas Department of Health and Environment, respectively, regarding the terms of settlements with respect to reducing air emissions at the CompanyÕs Laurel, Montana and NCRAÕs McPherson, Kansas refineries. These settlements are part of a series of similar settlements that the EPA has negotiated with major refiners under the EPAÕs Petroleum Refinery Initiative. The settlements, which resulted from nearly three years of discussions, take the form of consent decrees filed with the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana (Billings Division) and the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, respectively. Each consent decree details specific capital improvements, supplemental environmental projects and operational changes that the Company and NCRA have agreed to implement at the relevant refinery over the next several years. The consent decrees also require the Company and NCRA to pay approximately $0.5 million in aggregate civil cash penalties. The Company and NCRA anticipate that their aggregate capital expenditures related to these settlements will total approximately $25.0 million to $30.0 million over the next eight years. Approximately 50 percent of the expenditures will be made over the first three years. The Company does not believe that the settlements will have a material adverse affect on the Company.

Because directors must be active patrons of the Company or an affiliated association, transactions between the Company and directors are customary and expected. Transactions include the sale of commodities to the Company and the purchase of products and services from the Company, as well as patronage refunds and equity redemptions received from the Company. During the period indicated, the value of those transactions between a particular director (and members of such directorsÕ immediate family, which includes such directorÕs spouse; parents; children; siblings; mothers and fathers-in-law; sons and daughters-in-law; and brothers and sisters-in-law) and the Company in which the amount involved exceeded $60,000 are shown on page 55 of the 2003 10K.