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    Bethel Grain Inc LLC

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    (618) 438-5843

    1208 West Webster Street


    Bethel Grain Inc LLC is a business providing services in the field of Grain Elevators. Bethel Grain Inc LLC is located in Benton, IL on 1208 West Webster Street.

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    Bethel Grain Inc LLC
    Address : 1208 West Webster Street Benton, IL 62812
    •   (618) 438-5843
    •   No fax number available
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    Helpful Tip for: Grain Elevators

     Grain Elevators, in Benton, are storage areas that are used to house grain and prepare it for eventual shipment. It may be a single building or an interconnected series of buildings, depending on the size of the operation.

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