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Ryan Stoffregen


Advanced Crop Care Inc.


Kingston, IL

Primary Crops

Corn, Soybeans, Wheat and Alfalfa

Ag in the Next 20 Years

I would say overall in technology it's going to be more integration. Overall, I think things are going to be more seamless, more wireless. I guess what I really see coming in the future is we're going to have combines talking to grain carts which relay the data right back to the home office so, at the end of the day when the farmer comes in it's all going to be sitting there waiting on his laptop or on his desktop and he can make management decisions within a few hours versus the technology that he has today, a lot of times it might be days, weeks or months before he can utilize that data. So I just think overall the technology's going to be a lot more accessible and integrated into his operation.

What Makes Him Proud

What makes me most proud of what I do is that I get to work with good growers throughout my community where I grew up. I get to work side by side with them, making decisions that influence their crop and, at the end of the day, I feel like what I contributed to their farm is going to help them with their productivity and, overall, put money in their pocket.

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