ADM Feed Mill
ADM has selected Younglove to provide design-build services for a second feed mill project in Quincy, Illinois, to replace their existing plant. This project is a full-line commercial feed mill with three mixing lines, three pelleting lines, two pug mill lines, three bagging lines, a tub press line, and bulk loadout via dual 4-ton weigh lorries. The 75' x 100' x 156' tall custom mill tower is of concrete slip form construction. The mill is surrounded by a large micro/macro ingredient area, receiving building, and bagging warehouse.
Costco Wholesale Corporation Feed Mill
Costco Wholesale selected Younglove as the design/builder for their feed mill in Fremont, Nebraska. The facility features 3 truck receiving lines, 400,000 bushels of grain storage, 2,500 tons of ingredients in 21 bins, 400 tons of mixed feed in 4 bins, and 3,350 tons of finished feed in 22 bins. Systems include three receiving lines at 375 tons each, hammermill (110 tons per hour) and rollermill (40 tons per hour) grinding, 10-ton dual-shaft mixer, two 75-ton-per-hour pelleting lines, and dual feed loadout bays with weigh lorry scales.
ADM Ag Services Flour Mill and Grain Silos
ADM has selected Younglove to provide design/build services for a 30,000 cwt flour mill and grain storage facility. The grain storage facility consists of a 20-pack of slipform concrete silos equipped with steel cone hopper bottoms to hold approximately 2,325,000 bushels of wheat and truck/rail receiving systems. The flour mill consists of a slipform building approximately 232-foot by 84-foot by 139-foot tall plus a 66-foot by 60-foot x 85-foot tall truck loadout building.
Mountaire Farms Feed Mill and Grain Storage
Scotland County, North Carolina
Mountaire Farms has chosen Younglove to design and construct its new feed mill and grain storage facility in Scotland County, North Carolina. This new facility will be one of the largest integrated poultry feed mills in the United States, with an initial capacity of 18,000 tons per week and a future capacity of 27,000 tons per week.