Who We Are                          

Total Grain Marketing, also know as TGM, is a full service grain company that offers various grain marketing options to our customers and can meet the grain demands of both our producers and consumers.

 

TGM was established in 2006 as a venture between three companies: Effingham-Clay Service Company, Growmark Inc., and Wabash Valley Service Company. Currently, our company operates 41 elevators; 9 of which are MID-CO Commodities branch offices with a total of 11 licensed brokers to provide service and recommendations in the futures market to our customers.

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In addition, 8 of our 41 locations are operating rail facilities on the CN, CSX, WATCO, INRD, and UP railroads. Combined, these locations have the capability to hold 375 rail cars and load out over 1.3 million bushels per day. These railroad lines allow our rail facilities to ship grain to the southern poultry market, Gulf region, and to states of Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Texas, Arkansas, and New York.  With so many various markets, this gives TGM the opportunity to pursue freight arbitrage with both truck and rail shipment.

 

TGM’s facilities have been buying grain since the mid 1940’s, and is now one of the largest non multi-national grain company. We believe we are prepared to meet all of our customers' needs, both today and in the future.  We truly do want to be your partner for all of your grain marketing needs.

A Company that is Growing with You

In 2006, at the formation of TGM, the company purchased Huisinga Grain in Casey and Willow Hill Grain Company’s 5 elevators in Ingraham, Lis, Newton, Rose Hill, and Willow Hill.In 2009, TGM purchased Bennett Grain in Windsor. The following year, South Central FS Inc. merged their assets of grain facilities in Greenville, Keyesport, Mulberry Grove, and Hookdale with TGM. In 2010, Chrisman and Metcalf storage facilities were purchased, and Moomaw Grain in Stewardson was acquired in 2013. In 2017, TGM purchased its Hillsboro location which allowed TGM to operate its first the grain elevator Indiana. In 2019, Okaw Farmers Cooperative merged their assets of grain facilities in Arcola, Arthur, Cadwell, Chesterville, Chipps, and Lovington with TGM.