Serving all your grain marketing needs
Locally, Grain Manager Andrew Paluska and Procurement Merchandiser/Grain Accountant Jessica DeFreitas serve out of the Lowder location. Location Manager/ Procurement Merchandiser Zach Lancaster manages our White Hall and Carrollton grain facilities. Also serving at our Carrollton grain facility is Procurement Merchandiser Christy Ford and Grain Accountant Cindy Zumwalt. Procurement Merchandiser Dennis Wieseman along with Senior Merchandiser Phil Seaman and Grain Accountant Mary Meyer serve out of our Shipman location. Our combined grain team has a lot of marketing experience to offer you.
Our three grain offices have five facilities to serve you. The CHS location in Lowder offers 8 million bushels of storage and load shuttle trains on the BNSF. Not far from the Lowder location is the Auburn facility, with approximately 1.5 million bushels of seasonal storage. The Carrollton office manages the facilities at Carrollton and White Hall. The CHS location in Carrollton offers 2.7 million bushels of storage and White Hall has just over 1 million. We are excited use our new elevator at Carrollton for the fall of 2016. The Shipman office manages the 1.6 million bushels of storage at the Shipman location. Each CHS grain office can buy grain, write checks, and answer any questions you have.
The combination of the business units pools our grain volume and market knowledge. Giving us the ability to offer you top price for grain delivered into the elevators and direct to the St. Louis market. By having more bushels we can use that volume to help get the most out of the St. Louis market for your grain. We feel the combined knowledge of the three locations along with global connections brings a great deal of insight to you.