February 26, 2021

Belmond Fertilizer Facility Construction Begins

MaxYield Cooperative Belmond Fertilizer FacilityMaxYield Cooperative board of directors recently approved the construction of a 22,425 ton dry fertilizer storage and blending facility in Belmond.

Construction has begun with site preparation and dirt work.

The new facility will be constructed by Stueve Construction of Algona.

The new facility is under construction southwest of the Belmond grain bunker. The 22,425 ton facility will incorporate ample storage including two 8,000 ton bins, two 3,000 ton bins and smaller bins for micro-nutrient storage.

We anticipate the first fertilizer product being delivered to the facility in the spring/summer of 2013. Blending and load out operations will begin with the 2013 fall agronomy season.

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