Hamco Inc. began in 1970 with its emphasis in the agricultural industry. Since then, it has diversified into several divisions, including Ag Central, Flatrock Specialties, and Better Equipment. To learn more about what Hamco, Inc. does through its various divisions, click the respective links.
Hamco was established in 1973 as a small grain elevator having a storage capacity of 9,000 bushels. This small operation was started as a partnership between W. Ronald Hodge and Edward Martsolf.
Through the 1980s, after Hodge bought Martsolf's share, Hamco began its diversification process. The biggest division is what is now called Ag Central. This division has been serving the agricultural community since the 1970s. Also, Millstone Farms, the location of Hamco's main office, has been a large part of this since the beginning of Hamco's operation. Flatrock Specialties was formed to do all the fabrication work needed for Hamco's operation, and at the same time to be a profit center serving local commercial and industrial businesses. Better Equipment works to provide "better" quality equipment as a service ot the local construction companies and similar operations. Better Equipment also specializes in hydraulic repairs.