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Farmers seek $75K from defunct grain company

10:10 PM, Nov. 8, 2013
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Four Wisconsin banks and 13 corn growers want tens of thousands of dollars from a central Wisconsin grain-storage company accused of bilking them out of money owed for their crops.

Ruby Grain, a Wausau company that stores grain in central Wisconsin, and its owner, Douglas Weinkauf, are accused of selling farmers' grain without paying them for it and of being delinquent on loans from local banks.

Friday was the deadline for growers to file claims with the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection for partial reimbursement for the corn they sold Ruby Grain but for which ...

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