Our Founder: Dwayne Hayden
We are a company that is dedicated to providing high quality seed cleaning equipment and mill supplies. From a bucket elevator to a grain tank, we have it all. Dwayne Hayden founded West Coast Seed Mill Supply Company in 1998. Prior to 1998, he was a regional sales manager for Crippen Manufacturing for ten years. Dwayne was also a general manager of a CENEX farmer co-operative located in Sidney, Montana.
Dwayne has been at home with seeds since his boyhood days on a wheat and sugar beet farm in Fairview, Montana. Together with his son Brandt, Dwayne has built a thriving family owned business that supplies quality bulk handling and seed cleaning equipment to the western United States, Hawaii, and Canada. "Ninety-five percent of our business deals with various products such as peas, wheat, vegetable seed, flower seed, grass seed, beans and the like", Dwayne says. "But the other five percent of our business deals with other products like minerals, recycled rubber, plastic, cat litter, dog food, potato chips, cookies and candies. We never know exactly what problems we are going to be asked to help someone solve."
With over twenty-five years of experience and the "can do" attitude he got from growing up on the farm in North Dakota, Dwayne has instilled the belief that we here at West Coast Seed Mill Supply are capable of satisfying all your seed cleaning equipment needs.
Sidney Van Dyke
Idaho Branch Manager
West Coast Seed Mill Supply Company offices can be found at:
3530 Brady Ct 2362 Warren Ave.
Salem, Oregon 97301 Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
(800) 970-7333 (877) 733-2214
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