A multimillion bushel grain terminal is almost ready for deliveries.
Ag Reporter Sarah Gustin takes you to Hebron for the story.
After roughly 15 months of construction, Hebron's newest addition is almost ready for grain deliveries.
(Shawn Schaff / ADM Hebron Manager) "It looks like a complete facility, but there is a lot of work that is going on inside.
ADM-Benson Quinn's Grain Terminal sits on the east side of Hebron.
(Sarah Gustin /firstname.lastname@example.org) "The new facility is the furthest west that ADM has ever a location in the state of North Dakota. One it's biggest assets. Sitting only 1/2 a mile off the main railway, not to mention just 3 miles off interstate.
(Shawn Schaff / ADM Hebron Manager) "We actually had a lot of customers that were bringing us grain up to our Hensler location. That's a good draw area for us and that's an area where we would like to expand ADM's footprint.
Shawn Schaff manages ADM's Hensler location and will be managing this facility as well.
Schaff says this 13 silo house and these 2 large grain bins can hold 2.6 million bushels of grain.
(Shawn Schaff / ADM Hebron Manager) "Obviously it offers a lot of competition and new outlets for the producers. We've done business with guys in this area before and we are just bringing service to them. Along with we have an export facility on the west coast and there is need for northern spring wheat exported off the PMW. So we are just expanding our footprint.
Schaff says they plan to start taking spring wheat by the 1st week of October.
He says once completed the elevator will accept winter and spring wheat, canola and sunflowers.
(Shawn Schaff / ADM Hebron Manager) "In time we may take corn, we are just going to start with the 4 commodities. Spring wheat, winter wheat, canola and flowers and as acres change we will adjust with that."
A new addition large enough to change the landscape of one small town.
Schaff expects a final completion date in November.
He says the elevator will employ 13 workers.