We are an independently owned and operated elevator, soybean processing plant, and trucking company. We have served the tri-state area for over 38 years! Our commitment to service our customers with the highest quality products and customer service is second to none! Thanks for choosing Lester Feed & Grain. 1-712-478-4440 or toll free 1-800-459-9242
Let us show you how you can get the average price for the year and process your own soybeans into "EXPRESS SOYBEAN MEAL", Our mechanical process of extrusion is superior to conventional solvent extracted soybean meal due to the process in which it is manufactured gives it a higher nutrient availability to a simple stomach. This value allows you to feed what you already raise in the same manner you feed your own corn today!3-5% increase in both feed efficiency and improved rate of gain along with ease of grain marketing and our recent feed mill upgrades can add value and additional savings to your feeding operation.
GRAIN MARKETING Dustin's cell 712-470-7372
Check out our "Grain Profit Grid" tab in red over on the left hand side of the page.
We also deliever roller milled fine ground corn and crack corn, call for pricing
As well as the above listed products we also offer custom hauling of grain, soybean meal, fertilizer, dirt, ect.
BEEF NUTRITION Lance's cell 712-470-7380
Efficiencies are everything in this market, make sure your getting the most out of your diets with our multiple options for bi-products. We can evaluate your feeding operation and make valuable reccomendations along with additional feeding options if needed.
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