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Rheems Mill Grain Receiving Updates
**Please do not park in the produce company’s parking lot**
[1015pm;10/19/21]**Silo work continues with concrete placement Wednesday morning, 10/20/21. The ramp is open with intermittent interruption with cross traffic.**
[328pm;10/21/21]**Corn receiving is currently closed. Corn receiving will re-open at 600am on Friday, 10/22/21.**
Spring Glen Mill Grain Receiving Updates
Grain receiving hours are Monday – Friday, 500am to 500pm. Thank you for your business.
Shippensburg Mill Grain Receiving Updates
Receiving hours are 600am to 800pm Monday through Friday – thank you for your business.
[959am;10/01/21]**Effective Friday, 10/08/21, we are temporarily requesting all trucks delivering each Friday to be onsite by 400pm to ensure unloading. Thank you for your business – we will post further updates as they become available.**
Muncy Mill Grain Receiving Updates
**Starting immediately Muncy will have the potential for daily downtime from 11AM to 12:30 PM. During this time, grain and ingredient receiving may have to close. Please plan accordingly.**
Hempfield Mill Grain Receiving Updates
** Effective 09/23/21, conventional corn receiving hours are Monday – Friday, 500am to 1100am
Massey Mill Grain Receiving Updates
**As of 09/13/21 receiving hours are Monday – Friday, 600am to 900pm until further notice.**
**Effective 08/14/21, only the following corn truck types will be able to be received: hoppers, walking floors, and self-dumping.**
[913am;10/21/21]**Corn receiving will re-open at 600am on Friday, 10/22/21. Effective immediately, corn with over 16.5% moisture will not be received moving forward.**
Video feeds of our Rheems, Mount Joy, Shippensburg, Muncy Mill, Spring Glen Mill, Hempfield, and Massey Mills are available above to aid you in scheduling your delivery of grain. The image refreshes every two minutes. Please check back often as Grain Receiving status can change. Traffic cones indicate that the silos are full. An ORANGE cone indicates that the corn silos are full. A LIME GREEN cone with an ORANGE SIGN attached indicates that the soybean silos are full.
For more information on selling ingredients, contact our Nutrify division.