BJ Schany, LaKrecia Johnson or Justin Kibbie 866-852-8211 712-852-8211 GRAIN DUMPING HOURS
Monday, October 19th - 7:30 am to 5 pm Tuesday, October 20th - CLOSED - NO ELECTRICITY Call 515-320-2441 - LaKrecia 712-298-1587 - Justin 712-298-0782 - BJ for grain settlements and sales Wednesday, October 21st - Friday, October 23rd - 7:30 am to TBD Saturday, October 24th - TBD Sunday, October 25th - TBD (Dumping hours subject to change daily)
As we all try to do our part in dealing with and preventing the spread of COVID-19, POET— Emmetsburg will remain OPEN for grain receiving and feed shipments as normal.
HOWEVER, as we work to understand this virus, we ask all communication be done via e-mail or phone to do our part in precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus. This also means all checks will need to be sent in the mail. If you would prefer electronic payment, please call and we can get you set up. We appreciate your understanding during this time and as always, your business is appreciated, THANK YOU!!
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For DDGs & Wetcake call Poet Nutrition 605-965-6273 POET Grain - Emmetsburg will accept Duracade and Qrome corn.
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Please observe a safe speed limit for the safety of yourself, other drivers and our employees...you mean the world to someone:) While on POET property, tags must be down when loaded. Please call 712-852-8211 if you have any questions.
POET Grain - Emmetsburg will not accept GMO commodities that have not been approved for use in the United States, European Union, Japan, or China. Please check with your seed dealer or the National Corn Growers Association website: www.ncga.com/for-farmers/know-before-you-grow to see which corn hybrids are approved.