HaleySilo Grain Co-Op Changes
Due to a drastic change in Wheat Montana Farm's shipping practices, it is no longer cost effective for us to continue to order grains through them.
We are saddened by this after being a customer for 11 years, but the economy has made them hesitant to ship to smaller customers so far from Montana.
We have decided to join the Bread Beckers group as a co-op and offer our HaleySilo members an opportunity to continue to order bulk organic and non-GMO grains, also from Montana.
They also offer other products that Wheat Montana did not and even smaller sizes (2 lb. bags of beans or 7 lb. pails of grains) that allow members more options, such as beans, millet, rice.
HaleySilo will follow the co-op order period, 3 times a year - ordering April, August and December. Delivery arrives early in the month following order period.
We will continue to provide raw honey by the gallon from our same local sources and providing that local resource to our member.
We also intend to continue to offer Wheat Montana Unbleached White Flour in 5 lb. sealed bags as well from another wholesaler.
Advantages of continuing to order with HaleySilo.com:
1) Same website and email notification system
2) Ability to pay by PayPal or check in advance, cash on pickup weekend
3) Same weekend extended time order pickups
If you are not already on the list, please register to receive upcoming e-mails. If you need wheat before then, please let me know, as I try to carry some surplus bags between orders.
(Directions to pick-up location are in the navigation) Visit the FAQ page for questions and contact info.
Pickup dates and times noted above.
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What does Bread Beckers offer? Is everything Organic? What is the difference between white and red wheat? How long will the product be good for? How does Grain mill their flour?