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Cargill says they plan to maintain legacy of Owensboro Grain, grow global footprint

By Ryan Richardson--The Owensboro Times Cargill, a privately held but family-run American global food corporation, completed the acquisition of Owensboro Grain Company last month. Integration leader Don Camden says they plan to maintain the legacy of Owensboro Grain while bringing in Cargill’s resources to grow the international footprint. Camden spoke Saturday morning to a room…

Cargill announces acquisition of Owensboro Grain Company

Cargill and Owensboro Grain Company, a fifth-generation family-owned soybean processing facility and refinery located in Owensboro, Ky., today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement where Cargill will add Owensboro Grain Company (OGC) to its North American agricultural supply chain business.Owensboro Grain Company was founded in 1906 as a small grain merchant and…

Owensboro Grain COVID-19 Statement

Here at Owensboro Grain, we are open for business!  Due to the uncertain circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, we will be implementing the following health and safety instructions to protect all that visit our site, from customers to employees:All truck drivers must remain in their vehicles while on our premises, other than to untarp/retarp. If you…

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Soybean candle wax to benefit local farmers

By Melody Wallace, Owensboro TimesAt the Rural Life Celebration on Aug.12, Owensboro Grain Executive Vice President, John Wright, presented the attendees with the exciting news that the refinery would soon be using soybean oil and biodiesel to create candle wax.Wright said this was in an effort to “convert more ag-based products,” with the goal of…

Owensboro Grain starts producing candle wax

By Keith Lawrence Messenger-InquirerDaviess County soybeans will soon be turning up in a place farmers never dreamed of in the past -- scented candles.Owensboro Grain is moving to cash in on America's $3.2 billion candle industry, making soy-based wax that can be used to make candles.John Wright, the company's executive vice president, said production of…