"When purchasing a concrete grain bin from McPherson Concrete you can trust you are dealing with honest and forth right people.  Their bid is the final number, there are no hidden fees.  Scheduling is first rate and the quality of their product is second to none.  We tell them what we want and what we need and they make it work.  Great organization to do business with!"
Dave Reinders, General Manager - Sunray Coop
"Farmers Cooperative is writing another chapter in its long history with McPherson Concrete Storage Systems (MCSS). This year, three new tanks were built, ranging in diameter from 72' to 84'.  Farmers Cooperative, headquartered in Dorchester, Nebraska, has worked with MCSS for over 35 years.  Today, Farmers Cooperative has 35 jump-form concrete storage tanks from MCSS, ranging in diameter from 52 to 84 feet.  Working with MCSS has always been a positive experience.  MCSS has never missed a deadline on any of the tanks they have built for us, and their professionalism is second to none.  As Farmers Cooperative continues to expand, MCSS will be our source for jump-form concrete tanks."
Ron Velder, President - Farmers Cooperative Dorchester, NE
"McPherson Concrete has been a very good company to work with.  They were timely in getting their bids turned in and adjusted for changes if needed, they also did a very good job of staying on schedule once the job was approved.  My experience with McPherson Concrete has been very positive, and I look forward to working with them again for any future expansions we do."
Toby Wilson, Elevator Superintendent - Garden City Coop, Inc.
"When Danville Coop decided to build a new location, we looked at different types of storage and decided that McPherson Concrete Storage Systems (MCSS) bins fit our growing needs and were priced affordably.  This is the second time I have used MCSS and I have always felt comfortable with the product and service.  As we built the Newport location we were faced with a very early harvest and we asked them to step up the date for a finished product and they came through for us."
Mike Morlan, General Manager - Danville Coop