Steve Perry has accepted the General Manager position at Central Plains Ag Services, with his new role taking effect on Monday, October 3rd.
Steve grew up in Barrett, MN, working at his family-owned small grain and agronomy company. He started his career in agriculture in 1991, working in various agronomy sales roles in Minnesota and North Dakota. In 2003 Steve started working for The Arthur Companies in Arthur, ND, where he started as an agronomy salesperson and worked his way up to location manager where he gained knowledge in the grain and agronomy business. Steve started with Central Plains Ag Services in 2014 and has been the Agronomy Manager for the past eight years. He has helped grow the shuttle facility along with multiple branch locations.
Steve and his wife, Betsy, have five grown children who live all over the U.S.
Please congratulate Steve on his new role with Central Plains Ag Services!
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Happy Retirement to Buster!
Today we would like to celebrate Buster (Hans Overby). He put in an amazing 33 years with CHS and was our main guy at our Courtenay location. He was also one of the most requested floater operators and covered many acres for us. We are going to miss him greatly, but he has very much earned this. Enjoy your retirement years Buster!