Gavilon Grain Elevator to Move to Huntley

By Logan Portenier, Yellowstone County News

Gavilon Grain LLC is moving from their current site in Billings towards Huntley. “The current location has run its shelf life,” stated the Gavilon Marketing and Communications Manager, Patrick Burke.

The main goal for the move is not only to make the process for the farmers and truckers more accessible and efficient, but also to have better access to the railway system. “We are going to be building a loop track,” added Burke. “It allows us to...

By Logan Portenier, Yellowstone County News Gavilon Grain LLC is moving from their current site in Billings towards Huntley. “The current locat...
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