BROCK GRAIN SYSTEMS INTRODUCES TWO NEW, EXPANDED WEB SITES

MILFORD, Indiana, U.S.A. — Brock Grain Systems has introduced new and expanded web sites for www.brockgrain.com and www.graindryers.com. The sites feature an updated look and include more information to help customers learn about Brock Grain Systems and its full line of grain storage, handling, conditioning and grain drying products.

A few of the new web site features include:

· Dealer look-up maps so customers can click on a state or province and find their nearest Brock dealer.

· The latest product-related news

· Electronic product literature

· A site search utility

· A listing of industry trade shows Brock will be attending

According to Doug Niemeyer, vice president and general manager of Brock Grain Systems, “Both sites provide an industry-leading way for our customers to get the information they need in the fast-changing world of grain production innovation. We hope to use the sites to make information accessible virtually instantaneously as it becomes available, and to continually broaden the data that is offered.”

Brock Grain Systems is a part of the CTB, Inc. family of companies. Based in Milford, Indiana (U.S.A.), CTB, Inc. is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of systems and solutions for the poultry, pig, egg production, and grain industries. Its products and services are “Helping to Feed a Hungry World®” through improved efficiency in the care of poultry and livestock as well as in grain storage, handling, conditioning and drying. Founded in 1952, CTB has been dedicated to “Leadership Through Innovation®” throughout its history. The company operates from multiple locations in various countries around the world and serves its customers through a worldwide network of independent dealers and distributors. CTB’s web address is www.ctbinc.com.

Brock Grain Systems, 611 N. Higbee, P.O. Box 2000, Milford, Indiana, 46542-2000; Telephone: 574-658-4191; Fax: 574-658-3471; E-mail: Brock@brockgrain.com; Internet: www.brockgrain.com

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