Some of the largest grain elevators are the DeBruce Grain Elevator in Haysville, Kansas, the General Mills Frontier Elevator in Buffalo, New York, and the Farmer’s Co-op Commission Elevator in Hutchinson, Kansas. There are more huge grain elevators in Enid, Oklahoma, and Baltimore, Maryland.
The Alberta Wheat Pool in Magrath, Alberta, is one of the major grain elevators in Canada.
Numerous massive grain elevators that are no longer in service have been repurposed. For example, Silo Point, a condominium development in Baltimore, Maryland, was constructed within the former Baltimore and Ohio Locust Point Grain Terminal Elevator. Additionally, notable landmarks include other enormous grain elevators, such as the one in Volgograd, Russia.