History

In 1968 Harold W. Boyer bought a local elevator serving patron farmers in central Indiana.  This elevator became known as Kempton Grain and Supply. With the assistance of his four sons, William, Phillip, Mark, and Tom the family continued their farming heritage along with the elevator business. They provided feeds and delivery of feeds, purchasing and conditioning of grain, and spreading of chemicals and fertilizers. In 1971 Mack Paris became part of the full service operation and still works with Boyer family today.

As agriculture changed with time the retail elevator business altered its focus in 2003 with new direction focusing on its commitment toward conservation tillage on the family farm. Today, they use the latest most advanced technology applications and perform custom planting and harvesting for other local farmers and producers. Using strip-tilling, steerable fertilizer carts, land rolling, precision fertilizer banding placement, precision GPS farming, and field mapping they offer producers a new set of skills and tools to production agriculture.

With many changes in production application practices recently, they are marketing new and recently used equipment which is advertised and offered to the progressive farmer to allow the producer to run a more efficient more cost effective program.

As Kempton Grain and Supply continues into the 21st century and the 3rd generation of the family continues to utilize cutting edge technology and farming practices to bring maximum profit to your program and while being good stewards of the land. They continue to embrace new challenges and accept the responsibility to be a strong leader of serving the community of modern agriculturists.