Calumet Feeds & Supply Inc., located in New Holstein,WI, has been serving area farmers and businesses since 1872. Our mill is one of the oldest businesses in New Holstein and one of the oldest elevators in the state. Starting out as a grain elevator founded by H.C. Timm, the mill has expanded into providing lubricants and a full line of feed services. While changes have been made over the years, the mill has been owned by only two different families, the Timm and the Ciche Family. We would appreciate an opportunity to do business with you and your farm.
Calumet Feeds & Supply and St. Nazianz Milling understands and appreciates that our customers are what has kept our business striving all these years. We thank you and look forward to many more years!
For Missouri, Gro Intelligence's yield models predict an overall corn yield of 140.96 bushels per acre and 45.16 bpa soybean syield. For Kansas, they peg corn yield at 139.85 bpa and soybeans at 39.38 bpa.
Gro Intelligence's yield models forecast an average corn yield of 191.33 bushels per acre in Nebraska and 160.25 bpa in South Dakota, while soybean yields are expected to hit 59.36 bpa and 47.09 bpa, respectively.
As the 2018 corn and soybean crops head for harvest, DTN/The Progressive Farmer takes a high-tech look at yield predictions featuring the satellite analytics and modeling of Gro Intelligence and on-the-ground-reporting.
St. Nazianz Milling LLC was purchased by Bill and Lori Beirne, owners of Calumet Feeds & Supply, on May 1, 2016. Both feed mills have been family owned and operated allowing them to grow alongside many local family farms. This affiliation has given our customers greater peace of mind knowing that we are continuously working hard to improve for them. The mill located in St. Nazianz, WI has been completely renovated as we aspire to make all our customers' quality feed with increased consistency and efficiency.
If you have any questions about our products or services
please feel free to contact us at 920-898-4966 or 920-773-2505
Thursday features moderate to heavy rain in the eastern Midwest and areas of light to moderate rain in the western Midwest. Other areas will be dry. Temperatures will again be seasonal in central areas, above normal north, and seasonal to above normal south. » More DTN Weather Commentary