Who is Pardue Grain, Inc.?
Nestled in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, minutes from Glacier National Park, Pardue Grain Elevator is located on the high plains at the northwest corner of Montana’s famous Golden Triangle, 12 miles west of Cut Bank, Montana. Pardue Grain, Inc. is owned by Roger and Lisa Sammons. The plant was originally built in 1959 and has expanded in size over the years. Located on the BNSF Railroad mainline, Pardue Grain has a 10 car railroad spur. Load out is performed with traditional grain legs as well as with belt conveyors for more sensitive crops. We offer market cleaning services, transportation logistics, storage and handle services. Pardue has 420,000 bushels of flat storage, 27,000 bushels of hopper storage, and 310,000 bushels of steel bin storage.
STORAGE AND HANDLE
Pardue Grain has 750,000 bushel storage capacity of which over450,000 has aeration capabilities and 60,000 has grain drying capabilities.
Pardue Grain offers transloading services for both shipping and receiving. Pardue Grain offers Gluten and Gluten-Free services as we have 2 separate loading sites as well as bulk and packaged receiving.
Pardue Grain offers market-cleaning services with various machines to achieve a premium product. Currently, Pardue Grain utilizes air screeners, gravity tables, destoners, color sorters, and sizers to process peas, chickpeas, and lentils. We are currently in the process of becoming SQF certified and upon certification we will carry that food safety designation.
Pardue Grain offers packaging for all products in 2000-pound tote bags.
Pardue Grain can assist you with your shipping logistics whether by truck or railroad.