New at Maribel Grain Company
                                             NOW HIRING CONVENIENCE STORE CLERKS
      Maribel Grain Co. is seeking self-motivated, responible, dedicated people to work in our 2 convenience stores.
      Flexible work schedule position involves working various hours including some evening and weekends.
      We offer weekend and holiday premuim pay. Monthly and annual profit share bonuses. Must have or be able to
      uptain a beverage servers license. Employees need to provide the highest degree of service to all customers,
      insuring courtesy, honesty and accuracy at all times, while following all perinent laws and procedures.
      To apply stop in at either of our convenience stores to pickup a application and/or talk to our c-store manager
      Scott Neuberger about what position would all involve and how you can become a part of our customer service team.
                 I- 43 One Stop                             K-City One Stop
                14876 Ewald Lane                       1214 Main Street
                 Maribel, Wi.  54227                     Kellersville, Wi. 54215
                (920) 863-2289                            (920) 732-1100                       




                                            Welcome New Feed Mill Workers
        David DeGroot started working in our feedmill in May. David lives in Rosecrans preivously he worked
as a roofer. David enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with his 2 sons. David is looking forward to
providing customers with quality feed and farm supplies, stop in soon and welcome David to our business.
         Troy Haese joined our group of dedicated employees in October. Troy will be working in our feedmill
and doing most our bulk feed deliveries and is to handle releif fuel deliver. Troy
lives in Reedsville and had worked at Foremost in Chilton for 11 years, until plant closed last summer.                       Troy enjoys spending time with his 7 children and has a background in farming.

      



 





    

 


 

 


 


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Dec 21 539'0 540'0 530'6 530'6 -8'4 539'2 01:09P Chart for @C1Z Options for @C1Z
Mar 22 547'4 548'4 539'4 539'6 -8'0 547'6 01:09P Chart for @C2H Options for @C2H
May 22 551'4 552'2 544'0 544'2 -7'2 551'4 01:09P Chart for @C2K Options for @C2K
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Sep 22 535'6 535'6 530'0 530'0 -5'6 535'6 01:09P Chart for @C2U Options for @C2U
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Jan 22 1253'0 1258'6 1231'4 1232'0 -23'0 1255'0 01:09P Chart for @S2F Options for @S2F
Mar 22 1262'0 1268'4 1241'2 1242'0 -22'2 1264'2 01:09P Chart for @S2H Options for @S2H
May 22 1270'6 1276'6 1250'2 1251'2 -21'6 1273'0 01:09P Chart for @S2K Options for @S2K
Jul 22 1276'4 1281'2 1256'2 1257'0 -21'6 1278'6 01:09P Chart for @S2N Options for @S2N
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Dec 21 749'6 752'4 738'2 739'4 -9'6 749'2 01:09P Chart for @W1Z Options for @W1Z
Mar 22 761'0 764'2 750'4 751'4 -9'6 761'2 01:09P Chart for @W2H Options for @W2H
May 22 764'2 767'0 753'4 754'4 -10'0 764'4 01:09P Chart for @W2K Options for @W2K
Jul 22 750'6 754'2 741'2 744'0 -8'6 752'6 01:09P Chart for @W2N Options for @W2N
Sep 22 753'6 755'0 743'0 744'0 -9'4 753'4 01:09P Chart for @W2U Options for @W2U
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Nov 21 19.38 19.99 19.33 19.90 0.58 19.32 01:09P Chart for @DA1X Options for @DA1X
Dec 21 19.12 19.68 19.08 19.64 0.59 19.05 01:09P Chart for @DA1Z Options for @DA1Z
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Dec 21 18.48 18.48 18.48 18.48 0.23 18.25 01:02P Chart for @DK1Z Options for @DK1Z
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Nov 21 1.894 1.957 1.894 1.946 0.057 1.889 01:08P Chart for @CSC1X Options for @CSC1X
Dec 21 1.870 1.912 1.870 1.902 0.049 1.853 01:08P Chart for @CSC1Z Options for @CSC1Z
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Dec 21 130.350 130.525 129.175 129.525 - 0.975 129.550s 01:05P Chart for @LE1Z Options for @LE1Z
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Dec 21 75.775 75.775 73.100 73.300 -2.825 73.200s 01:05P Chart for @HE1Z Options for @HE1Z
Feb 22 78.950 78.975 76.550 76.750 -2.550 76.675s 01:05P Chart for @HE2G Options for @HE2G
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Gunslingers Saloon
Gunslingers Saloon Now Open
The tavern next to our feed mill, which has been closed for the last 3 1/2 years reopened
in August. Maribel Grain has entered into a 5 lease agreement with Jonathon Herrick to operate tavern.
Jon has food service experience and we have completely remodeled kitchen, so come hungry and let
Jon cook you up a good meal. Jon grew in the Francis Creek area and currently lives with his wife Marie and their
2 young sons in Manitowoc. Plan on stopping in soon for some good food & drinks and welcome Jon
and his friendly staff to Maribel. When you are there ask them how they came up with the name of
Gunslingers Saloon.
*****HOURS*****
Monday's
11:30am -10pm
CLOSED ON TUSEDAY'S
Wednesday thru Saturday
11:30am - 10pm
Sunday's
7:30am - 8pm
Serving breakfast til 10:30 am
Serving lunch/dinner rest of the day
FRIDAY FISH FRY
call in your to go order's at
 Phone(920)367-2078
 

Upcoming events
2021 delivery dates for baby chicks

Stop in our office for a brouchure
We have available baby chicks, turkeys, and ducks
Orders placed for delivery on one of group dates avoid a delivery fee.
!!!!!!!!!!Please order early to get the chicks you want when you want them!!!!!!!
group dates sell out more quickly

 dates available
September 8th,  22nd
October 6th
November 3rd
December 8th




                        


                                                
 



 

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