Wamego, Kansas – 2022
180’ X 460’
What started out as a labor-intensive ground pile ended up with a Macon building.
Ag Partners’ decision yielded them a new traffic pattern to be able to route trucks effectively through their location. This allowed them to keep the traffic patterns on Ag Partners property and off of city streets.
Though they had one receiving pit before, through the addition of their Macon building, Ag Partners also was able to separate the corn and soybean receiving – now a separate corn pit and a separate soybean pit. Wamego’s Macon building was operational for harvest 2022.