Providing quality agricultural commodities that enhance the foods people eat




Fuel sales

*Medium to Heavy general truck repair

*Truck washes (12:30 pm-9 pm)

*Manufacture drive shafts

*Hydraulic hose repair

*Official Inspection Station (trucks only)

* = By appointment only

Gettysburg Hours:

Monday-Friday, 24hrs.


Primary phone: 717-624-6865

Fax: 717-624-6866

Fertilizer & Seed


Prescription formulated dry granular fertilizer, soil testing, crop pesticides, lime,  agronomic and turf seeds, small vegetable seeds, and crop and soil consultation; bulk seed wheat and soybean seed. (Both in bulk and bagged)


Gettysburg Hours:

Year-round: Monday-Friday 7 am-5 pm

Springtime: Saturdays, 7 am- 12pm


Toll-free phone: 1-800-750-2433

Primary phone: 717-624-6862

Fax: 717-624-6863

Feed Mill & Commodity Trans-load


Custom toll bulk feed

Resale Soymeal, Fine Ground Corn, Distillers

Other commodity transloading

Truck weigh station

We receive corn and feed wheat at this location (corn drying is seasonal running through corn harvest)

Gettysburg Hours:

Monday-Friday, 24 hrs.


Toll-free phone: 1-800-366-9185

Primary phone: 717-624-6858

Fax: 717-624-6859

Resale Commodities & Grain


Resale Commodities: Contact Dan, Jim, Dave, or Darrin to hear pricing on soymeal, all natural chemical free express meal, extruded meal, and soyoil, distillers, midds, and a complete list of other commodities.

Grain Division: Contact Matt, Sue, Dave or Tammy to contract or hear todays Chicago Board Futures on corn, feed wheat, wheat, soybeans, and fine ground corn. Ag Com provides many grain pricing programs.

We purchase soybeans, corn, wheat, feed wheat, barley, and oats.

New Oxford Hours:

Monday-Friday, 7 am-5 pm

Receiving Grain:

Monday-Friday, 7 am-4 pm


Toll-free phone: 1-800-359-8899

Primary phone: 717-624-8249

Fax: 717-624-3216

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Our New Oxford location won't be taking inbound grain Thursday 2-27-20 through Monday 3-2-20. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Agricultural Commodities Inc.

It is good to be home, to be amongst so many neighbors and friends, members of PA agriculture doing great work in Adams County and around the Commonwealth. I drive around the state often and see the many different types of agriculture, different practices, different crops, different animals, but agriculture is alive and well in all zip codes throughout PA.

I am optimistic about 2020 – our outlook is brighter today than it was a year ago, the day that we launched the PA Farm Bill. But we still have work to do whether that is on conservation, engaging with customers, or planning for the future. We’re on the right path, though. The Farm Vitality Program has presented great opportunities; I’d urge anyone to participate and to include conservation planning in their business plans.

The largest crop in the Chesapeake Bay watershed is grass, and we need to make sure fertilizer applied in urban and suburban areas is applied responsibly, and the folks doing the application are certified and trained just like we do in agriculture with nutrient management or for pesticide applicators. It is critical that everyone do their part for clean water in PA. Thank you for doing your part every day, on behalf of PA agriculture, our economy, and our communities. Thank you to the Sharrer family and Ag Com for inviting me here this morning.
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New Oxford won’t be taking inbound grain Thursday 2-27-20 through 3-2-20. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great turnout at the annual fertilizer meeting. Thank you SAVES for hosting us and Ag Secretary Russell Redding for starting us off! ... See MoreSee Less

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