J&M Manufacturing Co., Inc.
&M Manufacturing Co., Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of grain handling equipment for over 50 years. Located in the agricultural community of Ft. Recovery, Ohio, J&M has consistently provided innovative, dependable, and high quality products to farmers throughout the United States and Canada, as well as overseas. Starting in 1961, we built our first gravity wagon, holding 110 bushels, for a local farmer. By 1975 our boxes grew to 350 bushel capacity, selling over 8,000 units that year throughout the grain belt region of the United States. Today our wagons hold up to 760 bushels.
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In 1987, we designed our first grain cart, a side folding auger cart holding 450 bushels. In 1988 we introduced our Front-Folding Corner Auger Cart which continues to be the industry standard today. This cart design utilizes a single auger that provides 100% visibility of the auger while unloading and equally important 100% visibility during the folding sequence. A corner auger sump design also provides superior cleanout. Innovative options, like our patented Hydraulic Flow Control Spout, Electronic Scales, Dual Wheels, Tracks and Roll Tarp continue to make the J&M Front-Folding Auger Cart one of the most demanded carts on the market today. Our grain carts have grown in size and unloading speed - up to 1,500 bushel capacity with a 22' diameter unloading auger, delivering over 600 bushels per minute.
Today, along with gravity wagons and grain carts, our product line up includes bulk and pro-box seed tenders, soil conditioners, header transports as wells as bolt-together products for container shipment. No matter what product you choose, you can be assured that our products are built to handle your toughest demands year after year.