“The current unloading speed is 40,000 bushels per hour (bph) and the rail load out is 60,000 bph,” said Kyle Lehmen, TruHorizons grain manager.
During the expansion of the Milford grain facility the company’s Agronomy Center remained in operation. Following a $32 million investment the Agronomy Center opened in 2014.
TruHorizons is an agricultural company that provides crop inputs, grain handling services and global grain marketers for farmers. The company was formed by a joint venture between Cargill and TruPointe Cooperative. TruHorizons is based out of northern Indiana, U.S., with three locations, Bremen, La Paz and Milford. According to World Grain’s 2016 Grain & Milling Annual, the Bremen facility has a capacity of 747,000 bushels of upright storage and its La Paz facility has a capacity of 801,000 bushels of upright storage.