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Wheat Harvest

A short clip on harvesting and unloading wheat.

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Our Mission

Skaurud Grain Farms is a family business, has family values, and looks out for each other and the environment.

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Community Support

Communities are very important in small town USA, people look after and support their local neighbours not because they need to, but because they want to. Small communities all around the US have wholesome virtues, and values, and we here at Skaurud Grain Farms believe that is […]

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As a family owned business we hold true to the, “come on in, and have a cup of coffee” feel to our business that we feel every business should have. Wise men have said before us that a smile and a good handshake can go a long […]

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Quality Crops

For years SGF has been determined to feed america, and to provide it with the best quality crops that we can produce. Not only do we hold true to this oath, but we’ve been doing so for the past 34 years. This family owned farm was started […]

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Sugar Cane Growers Visit

Sugar cane growers from Louisiana visited the Red River Valley in September touring beet harvest. They also visited Skaurud Grain Farms and toured our facilities and equipment. We enjoyed their time with us and look forward to visiting the Louisiana Cane growing region someday soon.

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Grain Bin Rescue

On March 24th & 25th, the Twin Valley Fire Department held a Grain Bin Rescue Training seminar at Skaurud Grain Farms shop. 55 firemen from 8 area fire departments, as well as Skaurud Farm employees, were in attendance for the training. Sponsors for the seminar were Twin […]

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Turkmenistan Visitors

On April 18th we were pleased to have a visit from agronomists, plant breeders, and university professors from the Country of Turkmenistan. They will be travelling in the United States for approx. 10 days learning about wheat, sugarbeet and cotton production.

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Did You Know?

– To keep up with population growth more food will have to be produced in the next 50 years as the past 10,000 years combined. – One bushel of corn is 56 pounds. That means U.S. farmers produce an average of more than 9,000 pounds of corn […]

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What Farmers Grow

Here’s a little video on what exactly farmers grow.

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Gary, MN 56545
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