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Howe company adds warehouse in $4 million expansion

Gro Alliance LLC has announced a $4 million expansion that will add a 44,000-square-foot warehouse and six corn dryers to its operation near Howe, the LaGrange County Economic Development Corp. said today.

The Cuba City, Wis.-based company, which has operated near Howe since 2007, is bringing bulk bagging operations to the facility that currently are done out of state, the economic development corporation said in a statement.