Reviewing a variety of information sources that highlight recent developments relating to farmland values, with particular focus on Illinois, Iowa and the States in the Minneapolis Federal Reserve District....
Aurora Cannabis Inc. led pot stocks higher after Coca-Cola Co. said it's eyeing the cannabis drinks market, becoming the latest beverage company to tap into surging demand for marijuana products as traditional sales slow. ...
ProAg is a proud sponsor of this year’s Southwest Council of Agribusiness meeting in Lubbock, TX. Congressman Mike Conaway, Chairman of the House Ag Committee was interviewed by Tom Sell of Combest, Sell & Associates, LLC this morning discussing the future of the Farm Bill with the attendees.
After the Operational Planning Meeting in the Kansas City Metro office was completed yesterday, here are some Tick Tock Escape Games escapades with some members of the ProAg Underwriting, Operations and Claims team! Did they make it out of the pyramid? #workhardplayhard #peopleofproag
Do you have a passion for agriculture? Are you motivated and target driven? Are you looking for a challenging career that offers growth opportunities? Then you need to check out this opportunity!
ProAg has an excellent opportunity for a Business Development Manager in our Western Region. This position offers flexibility in a work from home environment that has an immense opportunity to develop strategic relationships with current and potential producers of profitable business within the region.
Key Responsibilities: Generate new business through outside sales and marketing that supports regional sales growth and profitability and will meet or exceed the marketing goals within ProAg’s business plan. Develop a strategic marketing plan by identifying and meeting with prospective agents. Drive additional business through a variety of means including agency visits, social events, trade shows and correspondence.
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They’ve been used to detect drugs, bombs and bugs.
Now a team of specially trained dogs will put their wet noses to work in California, sniffing out a fatal citrus disease with the potential to cripple the state’s $3.4 billion citrus industry.
Did you know...that plastic wrap is sometimes laid out to reflect sunlight up under the branches of apple trees to color the bottom of the apples? Thanks to Area Claims Supervisor Jim LaPointe, in the Pacific Northwest, for taking these great pictures of Honeycrisp apples. #agfacts
To those in the path of #HurricaneFlorence2108, please stay safe. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. After #Florence has passed, if you are unable to reach your trusted ProAg agent and need to report losses, please call us directly at (800) 366-2767.