In 1893 Willis Boyd Johnston established W.B. Johnston Grain Company. The company was built on service, providing grain, seed, flour, coal, hay and livestock to the Cherokee Strip settlers. Five generations later, this is still the foundation of W.B. Johnston Grain Company.
As the oldest and largest privately owned grain elevator company in Oklahoma, W.B. Johnston Grain Company’s success is based not only on our ability to adapt to the ever-changing needs and demands of the agricultural industry, but most significantly on our ability to deliver unwavering service to each customer. Knowledge equates with success, and our 119 year history and expertise allows us to continually strengthen our position as the regional leader in the grain industry.
We currently operate 22 country grain elevators throughout Oklahoma and Texas including two grain terminals, an 18 million-bushel rail terminal in Enid and a two million-bushel rail shipper/receiver facility in Shattuck. With five generations of grain and seed merchandising expertise, our management team knows the meaning of quality and service. W.B. Johnston Grain is committed to staffing our elevators and trade floor with the most knowledgeable, highly trained professionals in the grain industry. They will aid our producers in their everyday farming needs from providing market information, to assisting with products and services and helping producers optimize their production through intense farm management.
We appreciate and value the trust that our producers have in our ability to provide them with the results they desire. This is why W.B. Johnston Grain Company recognizes the need for change and continues to offer the resources our customers need in order to be successful. We will continue to invest in our future and your future.