THE DELONG CO., INC.
For over 100 years, our goal at The DeLong Co., Inc. has been to provide information, products and services to the farming industry. In addition to being a grain elevator and major supplier of food grains domestically and internationally, we also provide seed, fertilizer and chemical inputs for growers in Wisconsin and Illinois. We provide delivery and storage of feed grains and seed products and also sell feed and seed manufactured for use in livestock feeds, pet foods and wild bird seeds at our mill in Clinton, WI. The DeLong Company operates two warehouses that are used to wholesale and distribute various feed and pet products to dealers in Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana.
At the time The DeLong Co., Inc. was founded, the principal crops grown by our customers were hay, wheat, oats, barley, malting barley and corn. Over a long period of time, our business has adapted and moved to fill the needs of local farmers. Corn became the dominant cash crop in our region and we began providing feed concentrates specially formulated for various types of livesstock. We also added corn drying facilities, soybean facilities and more recently, vegatable and specialty Identity Preserved crop programs to our business.
Headquartered in Clinton, Wisconsin, our business operates 15 locations in Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio and comprises five divisions of agricultural sales and service: agronomy, grain, seed, wholesale distribution and transportation. The DeLong Co., Inc. remains a family owned and managed organization that spans 6 generations of DeLong family members.
The DeLong Co., Inc. Board of Directors
From left: Robert DeLong, David D. DeLong, Bo DeLong, and Charles DeLong
Not pictured: Peggy (DeLong) Peissig
Members of The DeLong Co., Inc. Family Shareholders
From left: Laura (DeLong) Holman, Robert DeLong, Sharon DeLong, Diane (DeLong) Nevel, David D. DeLong, Erin (DeLong) Hamburg, Patrick DeLong, Julie (DeLong) Maglischo, Bo DeLong, Chick DeLong, Debbie (DeLong) Lingen, Jay DeLong, Kristin (DeLong) Farwell and Jeremy DeLong.