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Landus expands grain capabilities at Boone, Iowa, facility

Upgrades will include two new grain bins totaling 3 million bushels of additional storage.

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Due to producer demand, Landus is upgrading its Boone, Iowa, facility, creating more grain storage for its area growers.

Landus said the Boone location will be expanded with improved grain handling capacity and speed ahead of harvest 2024. Planned upgrades will include: 

  • Two new grain bins totaling 3 million bushels of additional storage 
  • An additional 7,000 bushels/hour dryer, which will increase total onsite drying capacity to 15,000 bushels/hour 
  • A new 30,000 bushels/hour leg and receiving pit 

Landus is reinvesting in the insights and infrastructure its farmers will need for the future, said Landus president and CEO Matt Carstens

Boone Iowa Map"Over the past two years we have reinvested $200 million back into our rural locations, and we’re excited to elevate our assets in Boone next," said Carstens. "Coupled with the construction of a fertilizer and chemical manufacturing and repack facility set to come online this spring for the production of our new AcreEdge performance portfolio, Boone will provide the best in grain and agronomy for central Iowa and beyond."

Construction of the grain handling upgrades will begin this spring and are slated to be operational ahead of harvest 2024. These grain enhancements will complement the major agronomy investments already underway at Boone, said Carstens.

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