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AGLAND GRAIN, INC., GRAIN FAILURE

  1. Initial information packets were mailed on June 17, 2020, via USPS
  2. Public Claims hearing was held on July 2, 2020, at 2:00 PM EDT.
  3. All claims must be completed and postmarked to the Agency no later than July 17, 2020.
  4. Findings of Fact and Final Order (“Order”) packets were mailed on September 8, 2020, via USPS.
  5. Update letters were mailed on September 16, 2020, via USPS.
  6. Petitions for review must be postmarked to the Agency no later than September 28, 2020.
  7. Partial payments approved for claimants who did not file a petition for review disagreeing with the Order on October 6, 2020.
  8. Subrogation and Assignment of Claim for Grain documents were mailed to claimants who did not file a petition for review disagreeing with the Order on October 14, 2020, via USPS.
  9. Beginning October 21, 2020, Agency mail partial payments via USPS to all approved claimants who have submitted a complete Subrogation and Assignment of Claim for Grain document.
  10. All petitions for review disagreeing with the Order are currently under review.

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Change of Contact Information Form

Grain Indemnity Fund Booklet

Lienholder Verification Form

FAQ: Agland Grain, Inc., Grain Closure

June 5th Informational Webinar Recording Claimant Dispute Form

 

Updated: 2/15/2021

SALAMONIE MILLS, INC., GRAIN FAILURE

  1. Initial information packets were mailed on July 21, 2020, via USPS.
  2. Public Claims hearing was held on August 4 (Session 1) and August 5 (Session 2), 2020, at 2:00 PM EDT, respectively.
  3. All claims must be completed and postmarked to the Agency no later than August 20, 2020.
  4. Update letters were mailed on September 16, 2020, via USPS.
  5. Findings of Fact and Final Order (“Order”) packets were mailed on October 26, 2020, via USPS.
  6. Petitions for review must be postmarked to the Agency no later than November 13, 2020.
  7. Partial payments approved from claimants who did not file a petition for review disagreeing with the Order on December 2, 2020.
  8. Subrogation and Assignment of Claim for Grain documents were mailed to claimants who did not file a petition for review disagreeing with the Order on December 8, 2020, via USPS.
  9. Beginning December 15, 2020, Agency mail partial payments via USPS to all approved claimants who have submitted a complete Subrogation and Assignment of Claim for Grain document.
  10. All petitions for review disagreeing with the Order are currently under review.

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Updated: 2/15/2021

Agency Overview

The Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency (IGBWLA) was created in 1975 after the collapse of a large commercial grain operation, which resulted in Indiana farmers not being paid for grain stored.  As a result of this incident, Indiana created IGBWLA, whose responsibilities include the periodic auditing of commercial grain operations to ensure their assets are sufficient to pay farmers for their grain.

The IGBWLA’s mission is to ensure the financial integrity of the grain marketing infrastructure, while allowing the industry to be competitive, innovative and efficient. The agency has oversight of approximately 220 licensees that own more than 400 facilities.

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