2790 W. Gano Rd.
Garden City, Kansas 67846
620-290-2641 (cell) Grains handled: Wheat, corn
7:30 AM – 5:00PM
The Gano Elevator was built in 1948 for George Gano. It was called the Gano-Horace Elevator, named after Mr. Gano and Horace, a small town west of Tribune, where Mr. Gano had large land holdings.
Over the years, storage buildings were moved onto the site and 2 tenant houses were built. In 1960, a new addition was built on the east end of the elevator, bringing the storage capacity to 677,000 bushels.
The Garden City Co-op purchased the elevator from Far-Mar-Co in 1975.