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Built in 1976, our Parkston Agronomy facility is located just off Highway 44, south of Parkston. The Parkston facility offers our state-of-the-art fertlizer and seed application services, including variable rate technology. Our large sales and application staff are ready to serve you.
Our Parkston Agronomy facility offers:
8am-5pm Monday through Friday
7am-8pm Monday through Saturday
Matt Semmler is the new Location Manager for the Agland Coop Fertilizer Plant in Parkston. Matt has a degree in Agricultural Technology and has worked in Agriculture for four years. The last two years have been spent as an Agronomy Salesman for Agland Coop.
Matt resides in Parkston, with my wife, Alexis, and our two children, Laiken and Paisley. Alexis works a Registered Nurse at Wagner Community Memorial Hospital- Avera. They enjoy the small town hospitality of Parkston and are overjoyed we are able to raise our family in such a wonderful community.
Bob Fuerst has been an Applicator/Salesman at the Parkston Fertilizer Plant since 2007. Prior to joining the Agland Team, Bob worked in the agronomy field for 2 ½ years. Bob was born and raised in Parkston. Bob graduated from Parkston High School and attended Mitchell Technical Institute, where he earned his degree in Ag Technology. Bob’s family includes his parents, Cindy and the late Keith Fuerst, a sister Patty Schmidt and her husband Bob and two nieces Kelsey and Kamille. Bob lives on an acreage east of Parkston. If Bob is not at work, you can find him on the river fishing.
Chris Welch has been employed by Agland Coop since 2011. He began as a Shop Mechanic at the Parkston Station and hauled fertilizer during the spring. Chris became a customer applicator at Parkston Fertilizer in fall of 2013. Chris graduated from Parkston High School in 2011. He wrestled and played baseball and football throughout high school and continues to play baseball with an amateur town team.
Ram Farrell has been with Agland Coop for three years, two of which he spent as an intern while obtaining his bachelor’s degree in agronomy and a triple minor in precision agronomy, soil science, and agricultural business. In his current role as a precision agronomist, Ram assists growers with agronomic decisions through the use of the latest technology. Ram also farms with his dad in Mitchell and White Lake. They utilize zone-based precision farming on every acre powered by MZB, ADMS, (Ag Data Mapping System) and SMS, programs that Ram learned to navigate in college. Ram and his wife Ashley recently welcomed their first child, Rosalie Renee. Together they live on the farmstead and enjoy rides in the tractor, fishing on the river, and hunting.