Tenney Grain Terminal Damage

Attention farmers:

All Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator grain locations will take spring wheat until September 15, 2017. (FRIDAY) We will start taking wheat again after the fall soybean and corn harvest is over.  

Thank you!!


Tenney Grain Terminal Damage- UPDATE


Tenney Storm Damage Update:

  • Salvage crews have made good progress removing the damaged bins and equipment.
  • All scales have been tested and certified.
  • We have loaded trains as the bulkweigher is operational.
  • Receiving Pits 3 and 4 are fully operational.
  • New bins and new equipment are being delivered daily
  • Construction will start soon

Corn and Soybeans:

  • We can receive corn and soybeans from producers.

Spring Wheat Harvest:

 We are asking that you take your spring wheat deliveries to Campbell, LaMars, or Wheaton.  Campbell will offer expanded delivery hours to accommodate you.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  Thank you for your patience as we work through this situation.

If you have questions, or need further information, please call.

Tenney:           218-630-5556

Campbell:        218-630-5332 (Expanded Hours During Harvest Deliver Spring Wheat to South Elevator)

LaMars:           701-474-5976

Wheaton:         320-563-8152

 

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Weather

Wheaton, Minnesota (56296)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 52°F Dew point: 46°F
Humidity: 82% Pressure: 29.92 in. Hg
Wind: 9 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Thursday

Hi: 72°
Lo: 51°
Friday

Hi: 81°
Lo: 65°
Saturday

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Lo: 56°
Sunday

Hi: 66°
Lo: 51°
Monday

Hi: 63°
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Nassau Farmers' Elevator Company merges into Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator

  Nassau Farmers’ Elevator Company merges into Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator

  On July 20, the Patrons of the Nassau Farmers’ Elevator Company in Nassau, MN voted by a 97% margin to merge with our Company.  This merger will become effective on September 1st, 2017.

  Nassau has grain, agronomy, and energy.  The energy business is being sold to Sioux Valley of Watertown, SD. 

We would like to welcome the Nassau area patrons to WDCE!

 

Thank you,

Philip Deal, General Manager

Job Opportunity

Job Opportunity

Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator is looking for Full-Time Plant Attendant to work at our:

Britton Grain Terminal

Graceville Grain Terminal

Print, fill out and return an application to our Main Office to apply.

Cash Plus Contract

Want to add 15-20 cents premium to the price of your old crop grain?

Contact Duane Steen to learn more:

320-748-7289 (Graceville office) 

or

320-808-1337 (Duane Cell)

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Trailers for Sale

All of our available grain trailers have been sold.

 

Check back for equipment sale updates. 

Britton Grain Terminal

Britton Grain Terminal

We look forward to serving you at the Britton Grain Terminal!

The Britton Grain Terminal is open for business.  To sell grain or get quotes, call the Merchandising Staff at 1-800-258-4744.  Visit them on the web at wdcoop.com.  Or Call Leif Erickson at the Terminal at 605-448-2261.

If you are interested in what the vital statistics are for the Britton Grain Terminal CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE to watch the Governor's ribbon cutting!

 

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