CFS Grain Bins for Sale (to be removed)

Jan 08, 2021

Grain Bins for Sale To-Be-Removed

CFS is accepting bids for a variety of out-of-service corrugated steel grain bins to removed from several CFS locations.
The bins are offered as-is, where is with no guarantees of any kind expressed or implied.
Bins being offered:
  • Included in the offer will be all ladders, cages and associated access equipment. Not included are aeration fans, fill conveyors, spouting or unload conveyors.
  • Bins must be removed by August 31, 2021 and CFS must be given a 30-day notice prior to beginning removal to allow time to disconnect power, remove any current fill or reclaim equipment and coordinate with our day-to-day operations.
To make arrangements to view and inspect the bins contact Craig Christensen at 507-381-9455 or Mark Heckman at 507-848-9705.
  • Bids must be submitted by February 12, 2021.  CFS reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
  • Upon acceptance of individual bids, a 50% non-refundable deposit will be required along with proof of insurance for the individual or contractor that would be removing the bin.
  • When removing all CFS safety policies and procedures must be followed and all work must be done in a manner that does not interrupt CFS operations.
Written bids should be submitted to:
Central Farm Service
233 W. Ciro St.
Truman, MN 56088
Attn: Dennis Inman
Or emailed to

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