By Garrick Moritz, Faulk County Record
North Central Farmers Elevator is building a full service agronomy center to better serve the Faulk County area. The new center will offer dry and liquid fertilizer, chemicals and seed. It will include a bulk soybean system with a seed treater. Custom application will also be available.
An agronomy warehouse will be constructed to store seed and chemicals as well as house the office space. The warehouse will be a 60 X 200 ft. building and will be located on a 30 acre site 2 miles east of Faulkton on Highway 212.
North Central Farmers Elevator is also reviewing plans for a new grain facility that would be built at the same site. The facility is being built to serve the needs for drying, storage and more expedient grain unloading for the area.
NCFE is a full service cooperative which includes grain, agronomy, feed, farm supplies and petroleum. It serves 2,500 member/owners with 17 locations in North and South Dakota, with annual sales of $515 million. For more information on the project contact Subrena Green, director of communications NCFE at 605-426-6883 or at firstname.lastname@example.org