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The Farmer of the Future

Navigating Tomorrow's Fields: Embracing Technology and Transforming Agriculture

Webinar Replay

Welcome to the Bushel Buddy Seat!

Ride along throughout the year as we invite industry experts to sit alongside us in the buddy seat and talk about the challenges, strategies, and opportunities in the day-to-day of grain.

Webinar Agenda

Join us as we hear from three farmers who will share their personal challenges and shed light on their visions for the future of farming. You won’t want to miss the chance to learn from these tech-savvy farmers and gain valuable insights into the ever-evolving world of agriculture.

What You’ll Learn

  • Gain insights into the challenges faced by farmers today and how they are leveraging technology to overcome them.
  • Understand the farmers’ view of technology’s role in farms of the future.

Don’t miss out – register now! Busy during this time? No worries. Register today and we’ll send you a link to the recording.

Featured Panelists

Max Wenck

Max and his wife Linda own and operate a cash grain and registered beef cattle business in southeastern Wisconsin and a commercial cow-calf ranch in western South Dakota. They’re also co-owners of MorganMyers, a communications firm serving well-known brands in agriculture and food. Max also stays in front of the next ag trend or technology from his current board experience with ALCIVIA, a billion-dollar farm cooperative serving farmers in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois.

Rylee Reynolds

Meet Rylee Reynolds, a farmer hailing from Castleford, Idaho. Alongside his father, Rylee raises corn, beans, wheat, hay and occasionally peas. Rylee recently made headlines for achieving a record-breaking yield in the National Wheat Yield Contest in 2022 with a record yield of 231.37 bushels per acre.

Matt Perreault

MATT PERREAULT IS A FOURTH-GENERATION FARMER IN KANKAKEE, ILLINOIS, WHOSE FAMILY HAS PROUDLY OWNED AND OPERATED THE FARM FOR NEARLY 80 YEARS. SPECIALIZING IN THE CULTIVATION OF CORN, SOYBEANS, AND WHEAT, MATT IS DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING THE FARM'S LEGACY WHILE ENSURING ITS FINANCIAL VIABILITY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

Lacey Seibert

Lacey seibert is the director of sales enablement at bushel and will serve as the webinar host. Lacey spent 15 years in the grain industry working in the areas of on farm grain origination, merchandising, and grain division leadership. She began her career merchandising and originating grain into a 120 MMGY ethanol plant. She held the role of vice president of grain for a 50 mmby cooperative before joining Bushel.

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