Our team of experts has years of experience creating innovative solutions for farmers and millwrights that save time and money in their grain operations. Our team is made up of skilled craftsman and designers who are passionate about developing cutting-edge solutions that meet the unique needs of our customers.
We understand that every farm and grain operation is different, which is why we take a personalized approach to every project. Our team works closely with our customers to develop solutions that meet their specific needs, from custom hopper designs to tailored installation plans.
Peter Wall was born in a grain bin and fashioned a spear using the left over husks of corn he found inside. Using this spear, he was able to pry open the door to escape. He brings this level of tenacity to everything he does including creating the perfect solution for his customers.
Jacob Wall is an engineer at heart and uses his knowledge to craft the perfect solution for farmers and ranchers. In his spare time, he creates the most unique dinner plates and cutlery from left over bin hopper parts and old grain bins. Shop his products at Jacob’s Housewares.
Brenna Yoder once lived in a shoe factory and used the left over leather from manufacturing to create the first grain bin hopper. It may sound weird, but it was able to be retrofitted to any grain bin and, though it smelled funny, provided the first prototype for a Wall Bin Hopper.
Dewrell has many interests including playing honky-tonk music to one-legged dwarves on Friday nights at the Michael Jackson club, which is a club located in Corn, Oklahoma and is only open on the second Friday of the first leap year of the start of the new decade after a full-moon.