Fifty years ago, John and Dow Didion, young entrepreneurs with an agricultural instinct, recognized the challenge area farmers faced to market and sell their grain. That instinct can be traced back to accompanying their father, a veterinarian, to help area farmers and neighbors when on farm visits or in the vet clinic attached to the family’s house.

On a mission to help farmers and support the rural community, Dow and John constructed their first grain elevator in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin in 1972. The success at Johnson Creek quickly lead to expansion. Didion grew to a total of 8 locations in the 1980’s and was the first Wisconsin grain company to transport grain by railroad creating more opportunities for farmers around the state.

Today, nurtured with 50 years of dedication, passion, and technology, Didion successfully operates North America’s newest and most advanced dry corn mill; manufactures multiple grades of alcohol; and provides life-sustaining food to famine relief programs across the world.

Didion’s history and culture have always been rooted in helping others and we take great pride in knowing that our work impacts millions of people around the world.

Thanks to our more than 250 talented team members, we provide high-quality products and exceptional service that our customers have come to expect.

Every day, we live by our core purpose: “Together, we make a difference: Our Team. Our Community. Our Partners.” We believe our future is bigger than our past and we are eager to shape an even more impactful future!