Falmouth Farm Supply has proudly been family owned and operated since 1965. It is our privilege to provide you with grain marketing, dry and liquid fertilizer, crop protection, seed, feed, fuel, custom application, consultation, and precision soil analysis services. We would love the opportunity to build a long lasting relationship between your family business and ours.
Our goal is to make your family farm operation more successful by providing quality services that will aid you in growing your business.
How we conduct our business is just as important as what we do. Our core values guide us daily in helping our customers achieve their success.
We believe that supporting our communities is an essential part of our business, whether it is through employment, financial sponsorship, or environmental stewardship.
We strive to bring you an exceptional customer experience through friendly service, quality products, and honest family traditions.
We live by the golden rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Matthew 7:12
- In September of 1965 local farmer Keith Kehl and businessman Bill Compton opened the doors to Falmouth Farm Supply, a small town grain elevator and feed mill that also provided a variety of other services to the local agriculture communities.
- In 1979 Bill Compton offered his new employee Dale Thomas the opportunity to purchase the facility over time
- In 1992 Dale and Kris Thomas became the new owners of Falmouth Farm Supply.
- In 2000 Falmouth Farm Supply purchased the former Fayette County Co-op grain and fertilizer facility in Glenwood.
- In September of 2002 Nick Thomas, son of Dale and Kris, joined the management team after graduating Purdue with a degree in Agronomic Business and Marketing.
- On March 14, 2011 Falmouth Farm Supply acquired their third location in Millville, Indiana by purchasing the former Wright Way Services.
- In 2015 Nick Thomas bought the family business form his father. In September of 2015 Falmouth Farm Supply celebrated its 50th Anniversary.
When you spend $100 at an independent business, $68 returns to the local community. Spend that same $100 at a national chain and it drops to $43.
-Source Civic Economics, Andersonville Study of Retail Economics.