We are highly capable and experienced masters of logistics. We work efficiently and dump grain quickly so we don’t waste our customers’ time.
Our grain experts work directly with customers to address challenges, guide them through the process and proactively solve problems.
Invested in our customers
Our goal is to be a strategic partner. We have a long history of investing in storage, transportation and processing solutions with our customers to ensure long-term benefits for everyone.
We do our best to communicate proactively with our customers through real people with market knowledge and experience, not bots or third parties.
Global market access
We have the capacity to export worldwide and the experience to navigate global trends and comply with international regulations. As leaders in transportation, we have the logistical knowledge to move product when and how our customers need it to ensure consistent supply.
We do our best to create custom solutions designed to meet each customer's specific needs, from contracts and risk management to storage and transportation.
We are one of the largest providers of organic storage and handling facilities in the marketplace. We also own one of the most sophisticated food-grade cleaning soybean plants in North America. When it comes to clean label trends, we’re at the forefront of the market with identity-preserved grains.
There are countless ways we can help manage the storage, handling and transportation of grain, with the flexibility to change transportation modes as needed. Plus, we’ll take care of all the details involved with contracts, local and international regulations and more, so our customers don’t have to worry.
Whether our customers need freight, rail, container or international shipping, our logistics experts work side by side with our grain marketers to help create a solution.
Since the late 1990s, we’ve been providing dairies and feeders in the Idaho market with a variety of feed ingredients and grains.
In 2017, we made a significant investment that gave us access to 45 acres of land, 18,000 feet of railroad track connected to the Eastern Idaho Railroad, plus ownership of the grain-handling facility that was adjacent to our existing ingredient and blending operation.