"If it eats we can feed it, pretty much," Stober said.
Another service Centerville Produce provides is seed grain sales. They sell Renze corn and soybean seed and other seeds like alphalpa, pasture, grass and CRP mixes.
They sell and service bulk grain bins and grain bin dryers. They sell live chicks and Yeti coolers.
Farmers with hundreds of acres of cropland and livestock all the way to a urban resident with a small yard can find useful products at Centerville Produce.
The old facility will be gutted, remodeled and leased out to a business, Stober said.
Centerville Produce has been a part of Centerville since 1954 when it was located near the Square on East State Street before it relocated to the Levee in the 1960s. Stober purchased the business from his grandfather in 1995.
"We're just a family-owned business that's grown and continues to grow," Stober said. "And this will be more conveinent for our customers and it will allow us to showcase the products that we carry and make things easier for us, to."