STORE IS OPEN
DURING ROAD CONSTRUCTION!!!
As construction continues, we recognize getting to our store is a little more difficult. Please don't hesitate to call and see what the best way to get to us might be on the day your coming as the construction progress changes daily and access to us changes with that! Thank you for your patience as they continue to work on the road.
- You can now view your invoices, statements, and more all online. Click here to be taken to the website to signup for online account access or call us at the mill and we can talk you through the steps.
Benefits to signing up:
- View invoices
- View Statements
- Pay your bill online
- View scale tickets for commodities
- View Grain Bank (storage) balances
- View proof of yields
- View all the above 24/7 from anywhere
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All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
New mill construction
Click the link to view photos of the progress
As we head into the homestretch of planting, updating your planting records while your actions are fresh in your head will be beneficial. Noting the planting dates, varieties, fertilizer applications, manure applications, tillage practices, spraying dates and mixtures, or anything else that you did specifically for a farm or field will be helpful in your planning for next year. With proper record keeping you can determine what worked best for you in this year’s conditions.
Also remember to get any returnable seed back to us as soon as possible. The sooner it comes back, the sooner we can either re-sell or send back to our suppliers.
We would like to thank you for your business and trust this planting season.
WE WANT TO FEED YOUR NEXT CHAMPION!
Announcements of county fairs and other shows has us very excited to be back in touch with our show feed customers again!
Reach out to us for your next batch of ShowRite show feed. We have many different options for cattle, sheep and pigs! When looking for those supplements to give your animal that 'winning edge' be sure to reach out to us with enough lead time so we can work with you to get them in stock. Supplies can be limited at times.
We look forward to seeing your backdrop pictures in the near future!
Allenton, Wisconsin (53002)
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