Since June, the Scoular grain receiving and storage site nine miles north of Grant has been a beehive of activity, especially in the last several months.
Ag & Business
This year’s fall harvest season is here. Much of the dry bean harvest has been completed with the wet corn harvest on it’s heels. The irrigated corn still needs a good freeze to dry down but picking on some of those fields is already underway. DCN Farms Harvesting of Imperial was picking a field of irrigated corn just west of Grant Monday.
Putting up wet corn is an annual ritual at Imperial Beef, where they expect to take in five million bushels this harvest. Tractors with blades and speed movers make their way up the pile as it grows day by day.
Jennifer Harger of Jen’s Craft Crafts accepts her first Dollar from PC Chamber President Tawna Holmstedt. Harger’s business creates and sells custom apparel and gear. She can be found on Facebook or reached at 308-352-8356.
At the regular monthly chamber meeting on Thursday, September 17, the Perkins County Chamber proudly welcomed two new members.
At the monthly Chamber meeting held last Thursday, September 17, Southwest Farm and Home Realty accepted the traveling trophy in recognition of being the business spotlight for September. Pictured at the trophy presentation from l-r are Jeff Wallin, Michelle Ross, Bernie Deaver, Chamber President Tawna Holmstedt, Bob Tatum and Jessie Faber.
PC Chamber of Commerce recognizes a member business each month to put them in the “spotlight” and inform other members and the community of what these businesses have to offer.
Hatch’s Super Foods was featured as the August Business Spotlight with the Perkins County Chamber.
Hatch’s was founded at 218 Central Ave, in 1946 by Charlie and Florence Hatch.