The peer-nominated Stutsman STRIVEr program celebrates the employees who embrace the core values and truly serve fellow employees, customers, and community members for success. When nasty winter weather started to roll in, our January STRIVEr took the lead to ensure customers were taken care of while fellow employees could head home before road conditions worsened. Learn more about how Tanner Stutsman exceeded expectations to receive January STRIVEr honors below: More
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E&S Equipment LLC, a partnership between Eldon C. Stutsman, Inc and Eastland Fabrication, has been absorbed within as of January 1, 2020. Although E&S Equipment is no longer in operation, Stutsmans will continue to display and sell equipment at the Lanark location while Eastland Fabrication will fulfill parts and service needs. More
This time of year has a way of bringing a much-needed refresh; a new crop season, warmer temperatures, and for us, a new group of college students in our internship program. While the interns are benefiting from the professional development our program provides, we are just as excited about the ideas, perspective, and passion they bring to the table. The class of 2019 can be found this summer serving our agronomy customers through scouting and operational services. If you catch them out and about, give them a wave or stop and say hello! Learn more about the 2019 interns below:
By: Roger Slaughter, President and Tom Miller, Grain Handling Equipment Sales
We recently read an article in the Iowa Farmer Today titled, “Storage Savvy”. In this article, Steve Johnson, Iowa State University Extension Farm Management Specialist, shared his thoughts on why growers might build on-farm storage versus storing at an elevator. More
Although the agriculture industry and our products/services may change over the years, one consistent factor remains; our employees are one of the most important ingredients in our recipe for success. Through our Employee Spotlight series, learn about the people who make up the Stutsman team. Hilary Weiss, Southeast Iowa native and parts administrator, joined our team in May 2015. For all things with sprayer and application parts, Hilary is your go-to gal!
By: Stephanie Leonard, University of Iowa Industrial Hygienist Occupational Safety Manager
If storing, hauling, or applying liquid manure is part of your work, protecting personnel and livestock should be on your mind right now. Careful planning can make the difference between a safe outcome and lives lost; after all deadly manure gas does not discriminate. More
Advanced grain cart scales are definitely a great harvest asset from weighing loads in the field to eliminating guesswork. When we became a Topcon Agriculture dealer late 2017/early 2018, we were pretty excited to add the Digi-Star GT560 advanced grain cart scale to our offering. Although we could go on and on about why we are excited to bring you the Digi-Star GT560, we figured we would let users from AgTalk Forum share their thoughts instead. More
Although the agriculture industry and our products/services may change over the years, one consistent factor remains; our employees are one of the most important ingredients in our recipe for success. Through our Employee Spotlight Blog Series, learn about the people who make up the Stutsman team. Up next in the spotlight is Derek Bontrager! He joined our team in 2017 as an Equipment Salesman. Whether you want to talk Iowa football or are curious about our latest equipment additions, Derek is your guy! More
When it comes to application season, spray nozzles are often an overlooked piece of a sprayer. Although usually the least expensive component, sprayer tips are one of the most important factors in weed control. If proper nozzles are not used, our ability to manage weed pressure decreases as weed resistance continues to climb. An operator’s overall goal should be to maximize weed control, use rates as the label requires, and minimize drift through the proper nozzle selection/ droplet size.