Wed, Jul 18, 2018
8:40am to 9:20am
Real world implementation of Multi-Hybrid planting technology is great and challenging at the same time. This describes the storyline that I have been going through for the last decade.
Kevin Rozenboom is the Precision Ag Manager of Farmers Coop Society. Established in Sioux County and located in the Northwest Corner of Iowa, Farmers Coop Society (FCS) covers NW Iowa, SW Minnesota, and SE South Dakota. FCS has been part of the local landscape for over 110 years. Rich in livestock production and home to some of the most productive soil on the planet, FCS strives to help our growers understand, utilize, and implement technology on their operations to promote the next generation’s opportunity for the future. Kevin grew up on a small grain and livestock farm in SE Iowa and graduated from Dordt College with an Ag Business Degree. Since graduation, he entered the ag-retail space near North Central IA before getting his feet wet with precision ag in the early 2000’s. Dealing with both the hardware and software side of Precision Ag has brought about a wide array of experiences throughout his career.