Grain Elevators Division

As one of the oldest divisions of Co-op Embrun, investments in the Feed Division have never ceased. Most recently, Embrun Co-op Grain Elevators Division opened September 24th, 1972 and has undergone improvements and expansions ever since. Most recently we announced a partnership with Great Lakes Grain.

Co-operatively owned by farmers, Great Lakes Grain is a major player in Ontario grain marketing. This partnership enables Embrun Co-op and Great Lakes Grain to add value to the products and services we offer our clients by being more competitive, more technologically advanced, and by facilitating better planning.

Today, our 16 silos have a total storage capacity of almost 24,000 tons for corn, soy, and barley. We also have two dryers with a total drying capacity of 60 tons per hour.

service at the Grain Elevators

At the Embrun Co-op Grain Elevators, wet product (maximum humidity acceptable is 35%) is delivered by the farmer or picked up and transported by Co-op operated trucks. As needed, crops are then scaled, dried, cooled, and returned to the producer for sale. Alternatively, they may also be purchased by the Co-op for resale and distribution.

Embrun Co-op Grain Elevator Division participates in Agricorp’s Grain Financial Protection Program.

Embrun Co-op Grain Elevator offers the following services;

  • Sale
  • Drying
  • Storage
  • Transportation

DAILY PRICES

For elevator service fees, contracting terms, and grade discount information, please visit the Great Lakes Grain website.

Unless you are logged in to the online offer center with Great Lakes Grain, the bids you see below are elevator bids only. In order to see farm direct shipping, you will need to register a username/password. To do this, please click on this link, and follow the instructions.


Transportation Silo over the scale at the EMbrun Co-op Grain Elevators site.

Grain originator

A headshot of César Molina

César Molina

Born in Mérida, Venezuela, César grew up on the family farm. His father, an agronomist by trade, fed his passion and taught him about agriculture.

Having earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the Instituto Universitario Politécnico Satiago Mariño in Mérida, he began his career in agriculture. He has worked in Venezuela with corn silage, cacao, café, sorghum, then in Ecuador he worked for a big Agri-retailer with seed production (IP beans, potatoes, corn) and commercial field crops and greenhouse crops (corn, potatoes, tomatoes, strawberries). Since moving to Canada, he has worked for almost three years into the cannabis production (tissue culture, mother plants, commercial cannabis).

César is eager to meet new challenges and excited to provide a great service for our clients.


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grain elevators Contact & Hours

The peak season is from late September to mid-December. During this period, we are open 7 days a week as needed.
During off peak seasons the hours of operation are:

  • Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Saturday – Sunday: CLOSED