|First load makes history|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Seaboard Foods’ new feed mill took in its first load of corn Thursday morning, May 9 at the facility two miles west of Holyoke just off Highway 6 and County Road 35. Feed mill manager Mike Benedict said they wanted to make sure everything was working properly before they start receiving trucks May 16. He said they are on schedule to begin shipping out mass feed May 29 and will be in full operation pelleting feed on June 3.
This first load came in after about a year of construction on the feed mill, which will be centrally located for Seaboard’s live swine operations. Randy Hullinger, superintendent for contractor Todd & Sargent, is pictured above with the first load of corn brought in by Troy Killin. —Enterprise photo
Holyoke Enterprise May 16, 2013