In 1988, Randy McNeil bought a small rice facility in Waldenburg, Arkansas and started Poinsett Rice & Grain. At that time, the facility had a capacity of only 389, 000 bushels. As soon as Randy began his business, he knew he wanted to set Poinsett apart from competition. To do this, he began offering a cash price everyday for rice using the fledgling rice futures market as a tool. Soon, Poinsett Rice began to prosper and grow and within a few years, there were facilities in Osceola and Corning. Today, Poinsett has 6 facilities. At Poinsett Rice & Grain we strive to meet the needs of our customers through outstanding service and treat each customer as though they are a part of the Poinsett family.