Storms that came through Cedar Rapids at the end of July left their mark with downed trees and loss of power for many. When one of his team members reached out saying she wouldn’t be in the office Monday due to dealing with damage, our August STRIVEr showed up in a big way. Read how Ben Dombroski, logistics manager of customer service, instilled authenticity and set the bar higher to help his team member out which earned him the August STRIVEr honor.
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From wowing a customer with outstanding communication and service to canceling a day off to make sure freight got updated and booked, our May STRIVEr took the lead and adapted his schedule to make sure logistics customers were taken care of. Read how Brian Eichelberger’s expertise and flexibility earned him the May STRIVEr award.
Summer has a way of bringing a much needed refresh: a new crop planted, empty manure pits, and for us, a new group of college students joining our team. The 2023 intern class will be found serving our agronomy customers through scouting-based services. With their fresh ideas and passion for the agriculture industry, we’re excited to have this young talent on our team.More
Huvepharma’s Monovet® 90 (monensin Type A medicated article), the first FDA-approved generic monensin, is now FDA-approved for combination use with Pennchlor® (chlortetracycline Type A medicated article). The combination use approval covers beef calves two months of age, as well as heifers and steers fed in confinement for slaughter. Feeds that contain this combination can only be used under the order of a licensed veterinarian. More
It’s always a joy to hear about a customer’s positive experience. When Ryan McCarty and Brittanie Oolman learned about an issue with a wholesale hose and valve order, they didn’t hesitate to take the lead and correct the issue. Here’s the customer feedback and the nomination that earned Ryan and Brittanie the April STRIVEr honors.
By: Justin Hunter | Agronomy Sales
Surely, most farmers might cringe at the sight of volunteer corn in their soybean fields, but they may not think of it as impacting their bottom line. The problem of volunteer corn can
be looked at from two different angles: weed and insect management. Let us explore both topics and unpack the economics behind them.More
Dressing for success isn’t just a phrase to do well on a test or in an interview. The precise application of top-dressing and row cropping to get plants the food they need to maximize yield is what the Salford BBI Grasshopper’s high clearance design calls dressing for success. From lime to granular fertilizer and wheat to cover crops, this premium row crop spreader can be used across all seasons.More
When a customer was on the verge of not being able to make feed due to a shortage of salt, they called our feed team for an emergency load. Despite the challenge of winter weather, our March STRIVEr stepped up to the challenge. Read the full nomination that earned dedicated delivery driver Mike Bowlin the March honor.