LEBANON, KENTUCKY, U.S. — Superior Ag joined forces with Central Kentucky Grain LLC., a grain storage facility based in Lebanon, Kentucky, U.S., according to Dubois County Free Press.
The facility will continue to operate as Central Kentucky Grain LLC. Mark Boone, chief executive officer, will continue in his position as well. The facilities operations will not be interrupted, and personnel will stay the same.
Barry Day, Superior Ag president and CEO, told the newspaper that the company is happy to be partnering with Central Kentucky Grain and is looking forward to expanding Superior Ag’s footprint and grain storage capabilities.
Dubois County Free Press said the facility currently has a storage capacity of 320,000 bushels but is expected to be expanded by 160,000 bushels by the end of 2020.
According to Sosland Publishing Company’s 2019 Grain & Milling Annual, Superior Ag has a total of six grain facilities with a total licensed grain storage capacity of 6,600,000 bushels.
As a cooperative, Superior Ag provides a full range of coverage and responsive service to local farmers located in southwestern Indiana, northern Kentucky and the bordering regions of Illinois. Superior Ag has 13 agronomy locations, 6 grain elevators, 2 feed mills, 3 retail fuel stations, 2 hardware stores and a convenience store.
Central Kentucky Grain LLC handles corn, beans, wheat and sells to a variety of end users, but most of the corn goes to produce bourbon. Soybeans are turned into soybean meal, which supplies feed to Kentucky’s livestock.