New Channel Seedman Comes To Ray County

Ryan Shane To Bring Local Growers Personalized Service, Elite Seed Products

   Putting Seedsmanship at Work® into practice, Channel has hired Ryan Shane as a Channel Seedsman in the Ray County area.
   Shane’s role will be to work proactively with local farmers to deliver expert advice, customized service and elite seed products to help improve productivity and profitability. Channel Seedsmen focus on getting to know their customers and their farms inside and out, and using that knowledge to provide in-depth, hands-on service and support every step of the way.
   Shane has 14 years of experience in the field after graduating from the University of Central Missouri and working for Syngenta and Altec Industries, Inc. He will cover Ray, southern Caldwell, northern Lafayette and western Carroll counties and is already out in the fields working with farmers to help them make the right decisions for their individual farms.

   “We’re excited to have Ryan join the Channel team,” said Channel District Sales Manager Wade Mertensmeyer. “His knowledge and expertise will be a great fit for farmers in our area looking for the service and support only a Channel Seedsman can provide.”
   One of Shane’s primary responsibilities will be implementing the Channel® Field Check Up Series with local farmers. This series allows Channel Seedsmen to work with the farmer throughout the season to observe and monitor crop development.
   Walking farmers’ fields allows Channel Seedsmen to diagnose issues and design custom recommendations to increase the farm’s profitability. Year-round farm visits include personal consultations through the four major growth stages: seedling, reproductive, vegetative and maturity. For more information about Channel and the Channel Seedsmanship approach, visit ∆
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