About Us
Boyd Grain is a family-operated business in Washington, IN. Tom Boyd started the company that has now evolved into Boyd Grain. Tom and Marsha have two children, Trent and Libby. Trent is married to Kim Roe and have a daughter Lauren and two sons Tyler and Blake. On 1-1-00 Libby married Logan Graber. They have two boys, Brycen and Kayden, and a daughter Lanie. The company farms over 8,000 acres in Daviess County, operates a grain elevator, manages a couple of warehouses, and runs a trucking and brokerage operation. Although each of the business entities provide important synergies, they are incorporated and managed separately.

Trent has taken over the majority of the farming operation responsibilities. The Boyd's grow corn, wheat, popcorn, and double crop beans on over 2,500 owned acres while renting an additional 5,000 acres. Tom and Trent believe it is essential to keep their equipment current and reliable. Every year they trade for new combines and update several of their tractors.

The trucking division was a natural outgrowth of the grain business. Tom started hauling his own grain but saw the opportunity to use the trucks during the off season. He began transporting dry freight. Boyd Grain trucks now haul everything from fertilizer to car-parts. The trucking fleet includes over 100 trucks that pull vans, dumps, tankers, flatbeds, hoppers, and reefers. Logan now assumes most of the trucking responsibilities.

There is never a dull moment at the Boyd household. They actively support the 4-H program in Daviess County, and are members of Antioch Christian Church. Tom was named Master Farmer of the Year in 1990 and the Boyd's have also received Indiana's Friends of Extension award. The Boyd's believe that God has blessed them tremendously, especially with great employees. They understand that you are only as strong as your employees. They are very proud of the talented and dedicated people at Boyd Grain.
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1957 E 200 N
Washington, IN 47501
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