Grain harvest hours
- MONDAY – SATURDAY
7:30 AM – 7:30 PM
10 AM – 6 PM
Our Grain Team
The grain services team at ALCIVIA keeps you profitable. We operate 17 federally licensed grain-handling facilities in Wisconsin with 35 million bushels of storage. Our facilities handle soft wheat, corn, and soybeans. That space, speed, and access to markets is a successful combination that drives profitability for our member owners.
Through our state-of-the-art rail terminals, we can load rail cars faster than before, giving you more efficient transportation options and rail terminal experiences. With grain facilities throughout Wisconsin, ALCIVIA grain is a local and convenient option for grain storage and drying. We help you maximize profits and build harvest and transportation schedules that achieve your goals.
ALCIVIA’s dedicated team of on-farm grain marketing specialists work with you to develop a plan that suits your grain marketing needs and goals. Our specialists visit your farm, monitor your grain assets and contracts daily, and communicate market trends to ensure that you remain ahead of the curve—and stay profitable.
Markets & Futures
ALCIVIA is a leading, member-owned agricultural and energy cooperative located in Wisconsin and serving customers in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, and Iowa. We provide expertise, service, and products in the areas of agronomy, animal nutrition, energy, and grain, and have a full portfolio of options for low-interest operating loans and input financing.
ALCIVIA is focused on advancing our customers through innovative and responsible solutions, and through our engaged employees we’re committed to providing best-in-class services and products to help drive your farm’s or business’ long-term success. Our governing principles are financial responsibility, integrity, and safety, and we are driven by a passion of excellence toward a future without boundaries.
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