Perry Equipment was founded in 1982 by Randy Perry. Randy's philosophy was to carry quality products and deliver excellent customer service. Today those philosophies remain the same. Perry Equipment changed hands in ownership in 2018. The new owners are now working next to Randy to make sure his philosophy is still carried on. Perry Equipment sells bulk handling equipment to feed, grain, seed, and industrial industries. We carry one of the largest inventories around and keep almost all of our products stored inside. Perry Equipment also repairs and makes custom flighting for almost any agricultural need. We are located in West Central Indiana 3 miles North of Interstate 74 off Highway 231.
A native from Crawfordsville, Indiana, Tom McClamroch has been involved with the agriculture field his whole life. Prior to earning an Agri-Business Management Bachelor Degree from Illinois State University in 2010, Tom found his passion for agriculture while growing up on his family farm. Tom has a passion for serving the Montgomery County 4-H Program and the North Montgomery High School FFA. Since 2012, Tom has been a 4-H leader, serving the youth of Montgomery County in providing an educational experience to kids in grades 3-12. He also has been a member of the Montgomery County 4-H Inc. Board. Participating as an adult volunteer for the North Montgomery High School FFA, Tom advices, supports, and encourages the students and advisor in FFA to make sound decisions regarding their future program and activities.
Outside of Tom’s involvement in the community, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Jessica, and their son, Easton. He also enjoys woodworking projects, running, and being outside.
Justin McClamroch, a lifelong resident of Crawfordsville, Indiana has been involved with the agricultural field his entire life. He has a passion for family and farming and enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, Owen and Evelyn. He enjoys fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling. In his spare time, Justin helps at the family farm, performing various acts such as fabricating, fixing and running farm equipment, and managing the grain operating systems.