Life-long, third-generation farmer Bruce Boyum grew up operating a Massey Ferguson Super 92 combine on a north-central Montana dryland wheat farm. He has since diversified and, over the last 10 years, has added alternative crops such as peas, lentils, canola and even corn to his farming operation. The different grains had unique grain-handling needs which led to the interest in hopper cones and, ultimately, the development of That Guys Fab Shop.
Life-long, fourth generation farmer Matthew Boyum grew up farming dryland wheat. He completed degrees in Ag-business from Montana State University – Northern and chassis fabrication from WyoTech. Matthew worked with irrigated crops and built steel fence/corrals before starting his own diversified farming operation. As shop foreman at That Guys Fab Shop, his knowledge of the needs of multiple grains and logistics of metal fabrication ensures a high-quailty product.
Chadd is a life time resident of Lustre Montana and currently lives 7 miles from his great grandfathers homestead.
Growing up on the farm allowed him many opportunities to fabricate and be creative . Chadd is thankful for the talents the Lord has given him and is Truly enjoying working with metals.
Chadd has been self employed for the last 20 yrs and has owned a repair shop and an oilfield roustabout company, and the last five years a fabrication shop. He has enjoyed coming up with ideas to improve hopper bottoms.
Chadd says he gives all the glory to his Lord and savior Jesus Christ and thank Him for the salvation he has given him.