Burch is the direct descendent of the Blount Plow Works started in Evansville, Indiana in 1867.
Current President, Jim Burch and past family members have led the company since assuming ownership of Blount in 1927 and changed the name to Burch.
Over that long history Burch has maintained two principles as the cornerstones of its business practices: quality of product and quality of service to customers. Those principles remain in place today after 70 plus years of continuous business operations under the Burch name.
Farm equipment remains an important business segment for Burch with continuing annual production of disk harrows and seed planters.
The line of disk harrows range in widths from five feet to thirty-six feet and is offered in lift models, as well as offset and tandem models.
Planters are available in both single row and twin row designs and can be bar mounted in multiple units.
Burch Farm Implements have a reputation for dependability in the field. Proving their durability over many years of use.
The purchase of a Burch harrow or planter is an investment in field preparation efficiency and low cost agricultural production.
Burch Implements Address: 1701 N Kentucky Ave, Evansville, Indiana, United States of America, 47711