Our Mission is to safely cultivate high-quality ingredients from our local farmers that nourish the world.
Here at Columbia Grain International (CGI), we are dedicated to cultivating the growth of the food supply chain in the northwestern region of the United States to ensure the world receives high-quality grains, pulses, oilseeds, and organics. Our legacy is rooted in consistency, quality, and reliability of supply. We are the bridge between the producer and consumer, supported by over 40 years of experience.
As a vertically-integrated company, we operate assets, including grain elevators, processing plants, and agronomy centers, which stretch across the northern tier of the United States. We’ve developed partnerships with over 8,000 farmers to fulfill crop demands from our customers who require superior food products, which are then purchased by consumers worldwide. CGI provides trusted solutions for a farm-to-table philosophy that nourishes the world, safely.
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Our highly-networked presence throughout the supply chain and our commitment to consistent quality has earned us loyal, long-term partnerships with customers around the world. We work with our producers to utilize crop rotations to reduce the amount of non-renewable energy inputs over time. We are committed to doing our part to help the environment and preserve an ecological balance.
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Latest News & Press
FarmProgress | May 23, 2023
Late out the gate? Still time for success with 2023 crop
Follow these four management steps to protect your yield this growing season. A long winter combined with a wet, cold spring have many growers planting crops later this year. Plus, the excessive moisture can impact crop health not just at planting but also throughout the season. With many regions having above-average snow and moisture levels, […]
Feed & Grain | May 18, 2023
5 grain storage tips during a cold, wet spring
Today’s technology can help you know your grain’s condition and help with proper storage. Many areas of the western U.S. have seen above average snow and moisture levels and below average temperatures this spring. As growers dig into spring planting, the wet weather will increase soil moisture and likely lead to a later-than-usual planting. And […]
Western Ag Network | May 18, 2023
Farmers Strongly Urged To Use Fungicides This Spring
Slowly but surely, farmers are getting their crops planted despite all the weather challenges Mother Nature threw out this spring. And now that the weather has turned warmer, Columbia Grain agronomist Cole LaValley from Arvilla, N.D. has this advice for farmers given all the moisture this year. “I think we’re just going to have to […]