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North Central Farmers Elevator
The North Central Farmers Elevator building in Ipswich, built by Quest Construction of Aberdeen, was designed with some key people in mind – area farmers, whose loyalty helped the company become the success it is today. “We are owned by and serve ag producers, so the building needed to look like the kind of business we do,” said Deanne Hoyle, human resources manager at North Central Farmers Elevator. “We wanted it to be welcoming, as well as open and spacious for our farmer-owners, because it is their building.” The building features board siding and the lines of the exterior are reminiscent of large barns that grace farmsteads in the area. Courtesy photo

North Central Farmers Elevator

The North Central Farmers Elevator building in Ipswich, built by Quest Construction of Aberdeen, was designed with some key people in mind – area farmers, whose loyalty helped the company become the success it is today. “We are owned by and serve ag producers, so the building needed to look like the kind of business we do,” said Deanne Hoyle, human resources manager at North Central Farmers Elevator. “We wanted it to be welcoming, as well as open and spacious for our farmer-owners, because it is their building.” The building features board siding and the lines of the exterior are reminiscent of large barns that grace farmsteads in the area. Courtesy photo

The North Central Farmers Elevator building in Ipswich, built by Quest Construction of Aberdeen, was designed with some key people in mind – area farmers, whose loyalty helped the company become the success it is today.
“We are owned by and serve ag producers, so the building needed to look like the kind of business we do,” said Deanne Hoyle, human resources manager at North Central Farmers Elevator. “We wanted it to be welcoming, as well as open and spacious for our farmer-owners, because it is their building.”
The building features board siding and the lines of the exterior are reminiscent of large barns that grace farmsteads in the area. Courtesy photo

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