Earning the confidence of farmers like these through independent review can help your nutrient management tool distinguish itself in an increasingly competitive market
This fourth-generation farmer heads up a corn, soybean and wheat operation, Hesterman Farms, in northwest Ohio. As of January 2017, he serves as president of the Ohio Soybean Association and is on the board of supervisors at his local soil and water office.
This fourth-generation farmer co-owns Mavis Farms with his father in northwest Ohio. The operation specializes in corn and soybeans.
This third-generation farmer is part of Moody and Crew Farms in Fremont, Indiana. This operation produces corn, soybeans, wheat and alfalfa.
Joe Nester, CCA
As owner and consultant with Nester Ag, he’s been involved in agricultural management for 35 years. Nester Ag, which works with farmers in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, is the first independent crop consultancy to achieve 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification. He is past board chairman of the Ohio Certified Crop Advisers and currently sits on the 4R Nutrient Stewardship advisory committee.
This sixth-generation farmer oversees production of field corn and soybeans on Sunrise Farms Inc., in Palmyra, Michigan. He serves on his county soil conservation board.
He operates Seiler Farms Inc. in northwest Ohio, producing corn, soybeans, wheat and alfalfa, as well as cover crops.
Greg Kneubuhler, CCA
He owns and operates G&K Concepts, an independent crop consultancy working with farmers in Indiana, Ohio and Michigan, and helps oversee Kneubuhler Farms. He now also owns S2, a consultancy helping to manage and oversee the efforts of NutrientStar in conjunction with Environmental Defense Fund.
He owns Ternet Farms Partnership in northeast Indiana, where he produces corn, soybeans and wheat.
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