• Auto Value Parts StoreNow located within our Bloomer Shop!


    Join us for the Grand Opening 4/25 at 11am!
  • Eau Claire Ferry St. C-Store RemodelStop by and check it out today!Ferry St Remodel
  • Do you have residential or commercial need for fuel & propane? Give us a call 715-723-2828 Propane Fuel
  • 29 Pines Restaurant & Sports LoungeEnjoy breakfast, lunch & dinner 7 days a week or cater your party with 29 Pines! 715-874-292929 Pines
  • Sleep Inn & Suites Hotel & Conference CenterStay in one of our NEWLY REFRESHED 72 rooms for both business and leisure travels. Host your wedding in our Conference Center!
    Sleep Inn
  • Bloomer Grain facilityNew 730,000 bushel capacity bin plus an additional scale and pit to unload twice as fast is

    Bloomer Grain
  • Agri-Tech services feature:-Custom application
    -Bulk & bag fertilizers
    -VRT application
    -Air flow seeding

  • Trend Setters Salon -Visit your favorite stylist
    -Travel & enjoy pampering
    -Wedding party up-do's

    Trend Setters is here to make you look and feel your best!
    Trend Setters

Why Choose Us?

  • Local, Personal Customer Service
  • Cash Discounts on Gas
  • Member Owned Co-op
  • Patron/Dividend Program
  • Wide Range of Services

Trucking is available to haul any of your needs including corn, soybeans, and oats.

For scheduling information, please call 1-800-729-7992 and ask for Boone.
For truck hauling rates, please call 1-800-729-7992 and ask for Boone or Randy

Grain Truck Pricing

Minimum load charge will be $200/load (unless miles are as listed below) Quantity/weight per load does not matter. (Maximum 55,000#/load) These are loads delivered to the Boyd grain plant or Cadott Grain. Any load within 2-5 miles of Boyd will be $160/load Any load 2 miles will be $130/load Any customer with a quantity of 10,000 bushel or more hauled within 20 miles of Boyd to our plant will be charged $150/load Chippewa Falls to Winona grain terminal $350/load Farm or on field pickup's - must be loaded in ½ hour or extra $40/load Time starts when semi is starting to load.

Once entering customers field semis may be left overnight or on weekends for filling. First call, first serve basis. Customer will need to provide transportation for driver back to plant. Absolutely no customers are allowed to drive semi tractors. Customer is responsible for any damage caused by combine or loading wagon to semi or grain trailer. Prices are subject to change at any time without notice.