Madrid Group - (800) 228-5932
The Madrid Group of elevators in southwestern Nebraska buys primarily from the producer and sells to: feed lots, ethanol plants, soybean processing plants and flour mills. It is a grain handling and storage facility capable of handling 27 car spots. The elevator handles a variety of small grains including: winter wheat, corn and soybeans.

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Manager:  Ty Knispel
Merchandisers: Blake Miller


(800) 228-5932




212 North Perkins Ave
Madrid, NE 69150
(308) 326-4206

75857 Road 351
Wallace, NE 69169
(308) 228-2417

201 Railroad Street
Hershey, NE 69143
(308) 368-5581

503 E. County Road T
Paxton, NE 69155
(308) 239-4995

200 Railroad Street
Wallace, NE 69169
(308) 387-4301






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Quotes retrieved on November 14, 2019, 05:01:35 AM CST
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Madrid, Nebraska (69150)

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Forecast for Madrid, Nebraska (69150)

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Scoular manages supply chain risk for customers in growing segments of food, feed and renewable fuel markets. From more than 120 locations, 1200 Scoular people tailor risk-management solutions for their customers by buying, selling, storing, and transporting grain and ingredients. This is accomplished using an integrated network of owned, managed and third-party facilities coupled with substantial truck, rail, barge, and container freight commitments.  All of Scoular’s marketing programs are designed to serve supplier or end-use customers with Scoular managing as many pieces of the supply chain as is feasible.

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