MJW Farms is located in western Perkins and Chase County, Nebraska. It is in one of the most fertile, productive areas of the Heartland, otherwise known as the Great Plains of the United States.
The entire operation is managed from an impressive headquarters in Venango, Nebraska.
Venango is surrounded by several small towns within a 30 mile radius: Grant, NE to the east, Imperial, NE to the southeast, Ogallala, NE to the northeast, and Holyoke, CO to the west.
State highway 23 runs directly through Venango, and runs parallel (east and west) to I-80, connecting to the major highway via Hwy 6 through Colorado.
Two nearby railroads connect you to both the East Coast and West Coast. Burlington Railroad runs right alongside Highway 23, and the Union Pacific railroad runs 20 miles to the north, in the Platte Valley.
Venango has a large, impressive grain elevator, located adjacent to the Burlington railroad, that boasts the ability to load more railroad cars than any other elevator in the nation.
The abundant production assets in the area allow you to seek competitive bids. Multiple grain elevators are located within 35 miles of the farm headquarters (on both railroads). A 56,000-head feed yard, along with other feed yards in the area, contract for silage, forage and grain. This farm is centrally located between three major beef packing plants, which makes it a great area to provide feed for cattle. Last but not least, a large fertilizer plant is located just west of the Venango grain elevator.