Schwartz Farms

The History
Schwartz Farms was founded in 1956 by Tom Schwartz Sr., and began as a 200 acre grain and dairy farm. Over the past 68 years they have evolved from a dairy farm,  to a hog farm, and are now an all grain farm.  In 2021 Schwartz Farms started its commercial elevator Westfield Specialty Grains but continue the Schwartz Farms business as well. 

Schwartz Farms

Westfield Specialty Grains buys and sells commercial grain. This includes the full line up of corn, soybeans, wheat, oats and other small seeds, both the latest GMO an non-GMO. 
They also contract acres for non-GMO soybean production, providing seed sales for those contracted acres. During harvest production acres are taken in and an offer is made for multiple market opportunities, including forward contracting and delayed pricing with a premium offered for specific varieties.

Schwartz Farms is open 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday- Friday and 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Saturday.

You can find the following seed brands:
Golden Harvest- Corn & GMO beans
AgVenture- Corn, GMO & Non-GMO beans
LG Seeds- Corn, GO beans
Certified Public- Wheat & Oats
Agri Maxx & Go Pro- Wheat
Preferred Seed- Assortment of small seeds

For more information on Schwartz Farms and Westfield Specialty Grain you can visit their website or Facebook page. They can also be contacted at 330-637-3388.

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