Thank you for choosing our website. Granite Falls Energy, LLC is located approximately three miles east of Granite Falls, MN in Chippewa County at the junction of Highways 212 and 23. GFE is a Minnesota Limited Liability Company (LLC) comprised of over 900 investors. Granite Falls Energy became operational in November 2005. PRODUCING RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT !
GFE SCALE AND OFFICE IS CLOSED TODAY (1/17/2020) DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS. TO SELL GRAIN CALL WILL ON HIS CELL PHONE AT 763-439-9071. HAVE A SAFE WEEKEND.
Hours are subject to change, please check back regularly.
Scale/Loading Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
Business Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Granite Falls Energy, LLC 15045 Hwy 23 SE, PO Box 216 Granite Falls, MN 56241 Phone: (320) 564-3100 Fax: (320) 564-3190 e-mail: Granite Falls Energy
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GFE will not apply any test weight discounts to corn above 53lbs. Click here to see a full list of discounts. GFE has changed its basis contracts.
All basis contracts have until first notice day of the underlying futures to be priced. This means you can lock in the basis, haul your corn, and have some time to set futures on that grain. You can only receive payment on fully priced bushels. Bushels must be priced and sold in 5,000 bushel increments. Call Will with any questions!
Spot bushels will be accepted as long as we are posting a cash bid for the current month.
Spot bushels and overrun will always be priced at the day's close. Producers do have the option to price bushels as they come across the scale, but must notify Will at that time.
To sell corn to Granite Falls Energy call (320) 564-3100 and ask for Will.