Central Valley Ag (CVA) is launching a new grain shuttle and agronomy facility in Kansas. It will be named, “The Courtland Hub Facility” and will be in Republic County, right at the crossroads of Highway 36 and Highway 199.
There are several new features the facility will have. For starters, it will now have a high-speed shuttle loader. The loader will be on a loop track and will have the capability to hold about 5.5 million bushels. There will also be a warehouse for seeds and chemicals that can be easily accessed by truck or railway.
Construction is supposed to start this fall. CVA is hopeful the plant will be completed by spring 2025, and the shuttle facility ready by summer 2025.