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5 Quick Questions: Brian Grade

BY Dairyland Seed

In our first 5 Quick Questions feature of the new year we keep the attention on our team of District Sales Managers. To kick off 2024, we’re highlighting Brian Grade, a corn and bean farmer and veteran Dairyland Seed team member. 

What area do you manage? 

I manage central Wisconsin, particularly Juneau, Adams, Marquette, Green Lake, Waushara, Winnebago and Fond du Lac counties. 

How long have you been with Dairyland Seed? 

I’ve been with Dairyland Seed for nearly 11 years. Ten years and seven months, to be exact. 

What’s your favorite part about being a District Sales Manager? 

I enjoy being able to work with farmers and recommend good products that fit their unique growing conditions to help them be successful.  

What do you like to do for fun? 

In my free time, I like to hunt and stay active through a variety of sports. 

What’s your prediction for the 2024 growing season? 

I think we are going to have an early spring with inadequate moisture throughout the year but really good yields this fall. 

Reach out to the Dairyland Seed team as you plan for the year ahead and stay tuned for more features on our team of District Sales Managers. Happy New Year! 

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