Why We Chose Grain for Goodness

It’s no secret that small towns and rural communities throughout the United States are looking for ways to strengthen their economies, provide a better quality of life, and build on their individual local assets. As a Member-Owned Cooperative operating in several small towns and rural communities, we try to assist local growth as much as possible. Although we would like to be able to fulfill every request, we carefully review all requests. There are numerous local non-profits, service and ag education organizations that we can choose to give to, and the process of selecting which organizations to support is a rewarding, yet daunting task. For this reason, we established a program called Grain for Goodness.

In The News

What is better than a project that will stand as a lasting symbol of our community's honor and recognition of all area veterans? Knowing that we were able to help support it. Our latest Grain for Goodness contribution goes to Langford's American Legion, Henry Osness Post 141, for their granite veterans' memorials at the Langford and Falnes Cemetaries.....


Langford American Legion Henry Osness Post 141
Veteran's Memorial Project (Gene Larson)


North Sargent FFA Greenhouse Fund (Anonymous Stirum area producer)

Langford Area Community Foundation (Mark Nelson)



At our 2018 Annual Meeting, Grain for Goodness checks were presented to the following:

Sargent County Hippology (Scott Bopp, received by David Rasmussen)
Cit of Forman Golf Course (Bergh Farms)
Gwinner Fire Department (Roger Bopp)

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