CHS Locations, River Terminals, and Soybean Processing Plant Locations
|At CHS, our purpose is to create connections that empower agriculture. CHS is a leading global grain marketer, moving more than 2 billion bushels of grain annually. It is also a major soybean processor and refiner, processing the equivalent of three million acres of soybeans every year. Discover current cash bid and contact information for producers interested in delivering direct to the following CHS elevators, river terminals and soybean processing plants.|
The crushing facility in Fairmont sources from soybean producers and elevators in Southern Minnesota, northern Iowa and southeastern South Dakota. Storage capacity is more than 8 million bushels; the plant accepts deliveries 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Specializing in Canola.
The processing facility in Mankato sources from soybean producers and elevators in Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota. Storage capacity is 3 million bushels; the plant accepts deliveries 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Check the truck delivery hotline, 507-345-0602, for current wait times.
The grain terminal in Savage is located at river mile 14.7 on the Minnesota River in Scott County, Minnesota. With a storage capacity of 560,000 bushels, the facility accepts corn, soybean and wheat deliveries.
The grain terminal in Winona is located on the Mississippi River in Winona County, Minnesota. With a storage capacity of 300,000 bushels, the facility accepts corn, soybean deliveries Monday through Friday.
A grain marketing trading office providing direct ship marketing to a multitude of grain users including local processors, ethanol plants, and mills.