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Aug 23, 2019

What is Grain for Goodness?


Our Grain for Goodness program was established in 2018 and our results from the program were astonishing. The amount of support our rural communities have within themselves is incredibly heartwarming and inspiring. Being a part of several small communities in North and South Dakota, we are always looking for ways to strengthen their economies, provide a better quality of life, and build on their individual local assets. In developing Grain for Goodness, we wanted to be able to work directly with our producers, as well as Land O'Lakes, to help strengthen the communities in any and every way possible.

How does it work?


By keeping the money local, any grower that chooses to donate up to $250 worth of grain to an organization of their choice, Full Circle Ag matches the $250, in addition to Land O'Lakes matching our donation. Thus, providing a $750 donation to a grower-chosen organization within the community. 

Choosing to Keep it Local

Keeping it Local is a Full Circle Ag initiative to support our local communities as much as possible in order to help us all thrive. When giving our charitable dollars, we need to be confident our money is going to a trusted source. When we give locally, we have the confidence of knowing where and how the dollars are being spent. Local non-profits understand and appreciate the values, interests, and needs of the community. They also are responsible for ensuring the community needs are being met.

Don't Waste Time

We still have spots available for our 2019 Grain for Goodness program! Be sure to reach out to your local Full Circle Ag Trusted Advisor for more information or give us a call at 605-448-2231.

As they say, “When you buy from a small business, an actual person does a little happy dance.” Well we do the same happy dance when we are able to give a project three times the donation of one grower.


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