GM’s Fleet Farm to Table Farm Hours 2016 for 2016: GM’s farm totable is growing.
The company will announce a new fleet farm at its farm store at 6:30pm ET today.
GM’s Fleet Feedlot will open at the end of the year.
The farm will have up to 10,000 acres of grain, with the feedlot located in the Detroit area.
The feedlot is owned by a partnership of Detroit-based Crop Insurance and Grain Market.
The feedlot will serve a small market, but the company says that they expect to be able to increase production at the feedlots in the future.
The GM plant, which is located on the company’s farm in the St. Clair Shores area of southwest Michigan, is being built as a replacement for a GM plant that will soon be shuttered.
At the GM plant’s opening, it is expected to have a capacity of 25,000 to 30,000 tons of grain.
During the 2016-17 season, GM expects to sell approximately 1.6 million tons of feed and produce.GM expects to see a 2.5% increase in grain production in 2016, driven by lower prices and higher-value products.
The price of feed will increase 2.6% in the first half of the fiscal year, which ends March 31.
The feedlot will be built to accommodate a growing demand for GM products in the marketplace, GM said.GM said it expects the feeder to be completed by the end, which means the company expects to open the feeders at a later date.GM is currently building a new feedlot at its facility in St. Louis, Mo., and it will be the largest feedlot in the United States.
GM said it will invest $10 million to build and operate the new feedlota, which will be in the same location as the old feedlot.