STATE OF THE ART GRAIN ELEVATOR - CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS.
Wheaton Grain has expanded greatly since its inception in 1990 as Chippewa Valley Grain. They were one of the first in the state to utilize an unique heat process that improved the bypass protein content of soybeans. This soybean process was found to be an excellent feed product for the dairy nation and business grew from there.
Today Wheaton Grain has the capacity to store 3,500,000 bushels between two locations. The new rail transload terminal in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin has opened up international markets for GMO and non-GMO agricultural commodities.
Unlike their business, their website wasn’t keeping up with the pace they had set. They desperately needed a website that could keep their customers up to date on current market pricing as well as other pertinent news. There new website will also funnel domestic and international crop buyers to their modern grain elevator here in the Chippewa Valley. We worked together to create imagery that will allow them to stand apart from the competition online and through other marketing materials while maintaining their rural roots and family values.