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Bin Cost?

How much on average should a turnkey 60,000 bu. Bin setup cost with concrete, dirt work and electrical?

Verified FBN Member (NE)

We were quoted about, $1.60/stored bushel here in NE Nebraska for a GSI bin. Includes all the concrete, labor, etc.

Verified FBN Member (IN)

$1.70 for a heavy sidewall 50,000 MFS in Indiana.

Verified FBN Member (NE)

We've been paying ~$2.0/bu for 55K bins all-in for Sukup bins

Verified FBN Member (NE)

Yep, if hiring everything done then I’d say $2/bu minimum to be safe.

Verified FBN Member (SD)

Put up a Sukup 60k this past summer. Did dirt work ourselves but bin, concrete and electrical ran about $1.83. I’m in east central SD.

Verified FBN Member (SD)

Who did you go through for the bin and construction?

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Verified FBN Member (AB, CAN)

2.74 for 2 Gsi bin 31000 In northern Alberta

Verified FBN Member (AB, CAN)

To high

Verified FBN Member (MN)
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Should be able to do it for $1.85-$2.00

Verified FBN Member (ND)

Around $1.75/bu for 60k Sioux bin. Includes cement, electrical and labor

Verified FBN Member (SD)

Who did you go through for the bin and constructuon?

Verified FBN Member (OH)

I feel like this fits in with this post. I have an opportunity to purchase and existing grain setup that was never totally tied all together. Leg is up but not connected to anything, no pit or any drop tubes. I plan to raise the leg maybe 15’ to eliminate the augers they had used. I was going to work the purchase price back from the cost I have to complete the system. There is a total of 70k storage, any thoughts on price per bushel?

Verified FBN Member (IN)

I would say that’s a pretty involved question... are you buying the land? Is there room for expansion? How old is the equipment? Is there 3 phase? Is there natural gas? Is it near your farms or delivery point?

I assume you know all these things... probably best to work your numbers off knowing what new is and take those factors into account.

Verified FBN Member (MN)

66,000 bushel 48’diameter x11sheet GSI side draw, stairs, 15hp axial fan, power sweep, concrete, electric, dirt work, $ 1.75 bushel

Verified FBN Member (SK, CAN)

we are paying 2.52/bushel for 25000 ************** complete wit concrete and unload and air floor and 3phase fans

Verified FBN Member (MS)

62,000 bushel 48'x10 ring GSI with 30 hp fan 10"pullout with power sweep dirt work concrete and electrical cost $1.95 about 6 months ago.

Verified FBN Member (KS)

I just was bid 100k for a Brock 48x10. Includes big fans power sweep vertical unload concrete and put up. With electric but I already had the poll.

Verified FBN Member (NE)

Please share this contact info!

Verified FBN Member (MS)

Adding 2 bins to my loop system, 48x9 ring.

55,000bu GSI

Bin cost is 106k each but that doesn’t include grain pump extension, fans, wiring, controls,heaters,concrete etc.

Gonna be more like 3$/bu

Verified FBN Member (NE)

Superior 48-10 stiffened 60828 bushels. We did our own dirt work and was gonna cost $81k delivered, cement and erection done. Full drying floor. I’ll figure $5k max for electrical. That’s $1.41 per bushel.

Verified FBN Member (MB, CAN)

45000bushel bin with staircase and temp cables 1.55$usd in canada all in with dirt, concrete and electrical.

Verified FBN Member (SK, CAN)

The anonymous in man Canada

Can you say what dealer that’s at?

Thks

Verified FBN Member (MO)

I just put up a 48x9 or 55,000 bin for 89,000 turn key. I pre paid in January for all bun parts. I priced another one last week it was 140,000

Verified FBN Member (MN)

I just built a Brock 60,000 bushel. With Everything total cost was $106,000

Verified FBN Member (NE)

You guys figuring concrete and all electrical included? I’d figure $2/bu to be safe

Verified FBN Member (MN)

Mine was everything except electrical. I just looked and add 5k for electrical

Verified FBN Member (MN)

I agree with you though figure $2 a bushel

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