The proposed facility was approved by the membership in August 2020 with a budget of $300.
The initial production was delayed for three months. Another project in the same locale was proposed and it took until November to reach a final decision. The area was cleared and the surface painted brown. The first part of the facility was the installation of the backdrop
In the lower left is one of two truck scales in the facility.
All the track is laid and ballasted. Next phase was install and paint the roadways.
The facility was opened for the November 2021 Open House. Our first event since the pandemic began.
The main auger transfer from the storage silos to the corn storage bins. From there, the product is dried and then fed into a final storage bin.
This is the off-load platform for truck and train car.
The blue 55 Chevrolet is homage to a good friend from high school, Nancy Avis. Quiet in high school...until she get's into her 55.
One of three rail car scales on the facility.
These storage silos are for corn.
Main company employee parking lot.
The ethanol facility off-loading platform for trucks and rail cars.
The drying bin in the center handles all wheat drying.
One of two truck-scales within the facility.
Working on the catwalk above the wheat storage bins.