Siemer Milling, established in 1882 is a family and employee-owned company that creates grain-based foods that are wholesome, nutritious and satisfy their consumer’s needs. 

Located along Main Street is the ultra-sleek modern offices and grain operation of Siemer Milling Company. Although residents of Teutopolis have seen many expansions and building remodels over the 138 years. The most recent is the all-new Bulk Flour Storage Facility which has increased Flour storage capacity from 800,000 to 3 million lbs! The facility has given Siemer Milling more flexibility for production and transportation scheduling.  It replaces a storage structure built in 1975 when flour production at Teutopolis was only 25% of today’s capacity.    

Throughout the years, Siemer Milling has expanded not only its footprint in Teutopolis but in Hopkinsville, KY, and West Harrison, Indiana. With these three locations, Siemer Milling is proud to have over 170 team members represent their brand. 

Siemer Milling takes great pride in being the flour supplier for some of the largest, most trusted brands in consumer packaged foods and foodservice. Many of your everyday essentials, such as cookies, crackers, cakes, pretzels, batters and breading, bread, and biscuits are made with Siemer Milling Flour. 

Siemer Milling Company is dedicated to providing superior products and enhancing the community around them. Last year, Siemer Milling announced its donation of $1 million to the University of Kentucky’s Grain and Forage Center of Excellence which is only 40 minutes from its Hopkinsville location. Siemer Milling Company is also a generous contributor each year to the United Way Foundation of Effingham County and also has many team members who serve on the board of directors.

“Siemer Milling Company has been located in the heart of Teutopolis for over 137 years.  We work with and among the people of the community – providing good jobs, making the best market for local wheat, paying lots of taxes!  We cooperate with the Village to enable our steady growth and improvement.  Our facilities here are among the most efficient and best-looking in the milling industry!  And we anticipate continued success in the future, in our hometown.” Shares Owner, Rick Siemer.