NEWS & BLOG
Producing top yields with fewer inputs might be leading your operation’s decisions, especially as we see fertilizer prices rise. Is there a better way? Are there options that allow you to maximize your inputs while protecting your yield? How can we make sure nitrogen is available when the plant needs it?More
Once his brother started raising pigs, Chandler Reid’s interest in agriculture ramped up. He would help with chores, get buildings ready for new groups of pigs and weld gates. Welding gates turned into earning his welding degree from Kirkwood Community College in 2019. After graduation, Chandler started with Bazooka Farmstar as a welder before moving into a service role with them for four years. In February, Chandler joined our manure equipment team as a service technician.More
While we recognize a new STRIVEr each month, this month’s hits just a little different. Our June STRIVEr is more than deserving of the honor not just for her efforts in her last month at Stutsman’s but for continuing to make a difference throughout her 52-year career here. Congratulations to Mary Escher, AR/AP manager for earning the June 2022 STRIVEr and her retirement! Read her nomination below.
Building a legacy takes time and leaving one is something to be recognized. For Mary Escher, building her legacy with Stutsman’s started in June 1970. Very few people can say their career exceeds half a century and even fewer can say they have spent their 52-year tenure at one company. More
Having grown up on a livestock farm outside of West Branch and being an active 4-H and FFA member, Jill Hamer is familiar with agriculture. After earning her associate degree from Kirkwood Community College in agricultural business, she continued to gain experience in the industry from serving as a soybean research specialist to customer service roles. As a customer service representative for our field & application equipment division, she has been helping with parts orders, inventory and shopstutsmans.com since January 2022.More