Fairview Co-operative Seed Cleaning Plant
Fairview Co-operative Seed Cleaning Plant is a grain, oilseed and pulse processing facility. Established in November 1961, the plant has been serving local farmers for almost 60 years.
In 2013, a new plant was constructed, making it a modern, more streamlined facility. The construction included pneumatic conveying system with three 5000 bushel receiving bins, three 3500 bushel cleaning bins and three 2400 bushel screening bins with overhead load out on bins. Equipped with Scalperator, Indent, Airscreen, Gravity Tables and Colour Sorter as well as 100 foot scale, this facility is capable of receiving 6000 bushels per hour. There are also several customer seed bins on site.