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Agrimarketing : November December 2008
In Iowa, farming and IFT are a way of life. Wilson Wells Direct Contact, Inc. (DCI) adds RogerWilson to its full time staff. He had been serving as a Project Contractor to the firm and previously was with Dow Chemi- cal and Elanco. BobWells, CCA, joins the company as ProjectMgr/Acc’t Exec. He has been an independent consultant and recruiter in agribusiness since 1993 and has worked with DCI since 2005. He has also worked for Texas Sulphur Products/Kerley Ag. Novus International appoints Stephanie Gable as Rumi- nantMktgMgr. Shewaswith FortDodge AnimalHealth and has also worked for Bayer CropScience,Missouri Soybean Association and Colle&McVoy. Nik Sutter is named Product Gable Specialist,N.A.Hewaswith Peoples Community Bank, and priorworked for FilamentMarketing. Yara International names Jorgen OleHaslestad as Pres/CEO, replac- ing Thorleif Engerwho has retired. Yara obtains approval under the Investment CanadaAct for its proposed acquisition of all of the out- standing shares of Saskferco Products ULC, a nitrogen fertilizermanufactur- ing facility in Belle Plaine, SK. The company had been owned 50%by MosaicCo., 49%by Investment Saskatchewanand 1%byCanada ImperialBank ofCommerce. Formore news, go to page 45. On a farm, you establish a routine – and in Iowa, that includes IFT every week. In a 2008 survey,* Iowa farmers chose IFT as the best ag pub. IFT swept every category – usefulness, influence in purchasing decisions, enjoyment and more. Need to reach Iowa farmers where they live? IFT is the way to get the job done. For complete research results or to advertise call 1-800-475-6655 www.iowafarmer.com *2008 Readex Study November/December 2008 s AgriMarketing 11
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