Brock Grain Systems
last updated: November 18, 2020
611 N. Higbee St.
Milford, IN 46542
Brock Grain Systems manufactures a wide range of grain storage, conditioning, handling and structural systems dedicated to preserving value from harvest to market for worldwide distribution. Brock offers unstiffened and stiffened grain storage bins/silos with some of the largest and tallest single bin models available, the largest of which holds up to 1.34 million bushels. Brock’s unstiffened and stiffened hopper-bottom storage bins are available in several different hopper angle configurations with the largest models holding up to 58,000 bushels.
Also a part of Brock’s product line are grain drying systems providing users with innovative, energy-efficient features with the largest models capable of drying up to 10,000 bushels of grain per hour. Along with RILEY™ Grain Conveyor and Bucket Elevator Systems and LEMAR™ Support Tower and Catwalk Structure Systems, the company also manufactures and markets bin/silo accessories like bin access doors; aeration fans, drying and aeration floors; sidewall ladders and exterior stairways; towers and catwalks; and the MODEL ABC™ and MAVERIK HTF® Sweep and Unloading Systems.
As a global division of CTB, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway Company, Brock Grain Systems remains committed to providing Leadership Through Innovation® and has adopted growth strategies that will enable the company to continue to serve the grain industry with excellence far into the future.
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