Allied Cooperative Grain Division
The Adams’ facility was built with flexibility in mind. Smaller bin sizes and separate 10,000 bph receiving pits and grain legs allow us to segregate specialty grains very efficiently. Strategically located on the Union Pacific Railroad, the facility is in a prime location for access to rail markets.
At Allied Cooperative, we know the challenges you face with storing and marketing your grain crop. From planting to harvest, we're here to provide the service and support your operation needs. We have the capacity and flexibility to serve grain producers large and small. We have grain plants in Adams, Mauston, Tomah, and West Salem.
The Mauston facility is the largest in the area with a capacity of 2.3 million bushels. 10,000 bph receiving pits and an impressive drying capacity of 7,500 bph with five point removal keep the lines at harvest short and keeps your combine moving.
More information to come about our Tomah and West Salem facilities.
There are several advantages to doing business with Allied Cooperative's Grain Division.
• Four locations
• Over 6.4 million bushel capacity
• Bagging system for additional storage
• Flexible contracting and marketing options available
• Supported by extensive transportation department
• Brokerage services available
• Specialty grain premium programs
• Custom hauling