M&M Milling to re-purpose dormant industrial facility near Franklin

M&M Milling, a toll processor specializing in grinding, blending and sizing of agricultural materials, has established its first East Coast location in Isle of Wight County.  The firm is adding to existing operations in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee as it expands its corporate footprint and engages more customers in the wood products industry in the Eastern United States.  The company has purchased a dormant industrial facility that ceased operations over a decade ago near the City of Franklin, and is situated within a Virginia Enterprise Zone, as well as a revenue sharing district with Franklin. The new Isle of Wight operation will employ at least 15 people and purchase hundreds of thousands of bushels of shelled corn from local farmers each year as part of its production processes.


Photo Caption: Bettina Ring, Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, presents a check for the $50,000 AFID Grant to Isle of Wight County Board of Supervisors William M. McCarty, Chairman, and Don Rosie, Supervisor, for M&M Milling.