You can use it for your grain bank or you can sell at any time of the year! At MacEwen Agricentre, we give you the option to sell your grain immediately, or store your grain with us and sell it whenever it is most profitable for you.
Ontario and Quebec have has no shortage of grain buyers. What sets MacEwen Agricentre apart in this competitive environment?
- We have a large, efficient grain facility on site along with access to other major elevators and ports in our trading area.
- Our facility ensures fast unloading times and competitive pricing.
- With a location on rail siding, our customers have the advantage of shipping grain more efficiently and affordably via the rail system. Our modern fleet is the best in the business, guaranteeing efficiency and timely delivery of products.
Grain banking and animal feed
MacEwen Agricentre’s Grain Banking Program handles your grain and stores at both our elevator facilities in Maxville and Cobden.
Grain banking gives you a more competitive price and allows you to hedge against fluctuating grain prices.
Grain bids available
Purchase and sale of:
- Soybeans (RR, N-GMO & IP)
- Wheat (Milling & Feed) HRW-HRS-SRW
Grain merchandising and Poultry Manager
Martin Charlebois has many years of experience in the feed and grain industry. He started his career by working 10 years in this agricultural sector as a miller. He was then promoted to the position of team leader and finally became a Feed Mill Supervisor of a HACCP certified establishment. Martin also has experience as a Millwright representative and as a team leader.
For the past 20 years, Martin has been working as a Grain Merchandiser. Throughout this period, he has attended many training and educational sessions related to this industry either at the ITA- Saint-Hyacinthe campus or the University of Guelph Campus in Alfred. Martin looks forward to serving you and to help in further developing strategies and positions.
Grain Merchandising Administrator
Thérèse was originally hired as an administrative assistant in August 2016 and was promoted to Grain Merchandising Assistant within a few months. She is now responsible for organizing and coordinating grain schedules and transportation, along with all other administrative tasks for the grain department.
Thérèse is fully bilingual and has a small business ownership background, with extensive experience in customer service.