Central Farm Service is pleased to announce Nick Jackson as the Next Vice President of Grain.
Jun 05, 2023
Central Farm Service is pleased to announce Nick Jackson as Vice President of Grain.
June 5, 2023, Central Farm Service (CFS), Headquartered in Truman, Minnesota, serving more than 4,000 producers in southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa, welcomes Nick Jackson as the Vice President of Grain.
Nick was a Grain Division Manager at Superior Ag in Indiana, a multilocation, grain, energy, feed, and agronomy cooperative. Before Superior Ag, he was a Senior Strategic Risk Analyst at Indigo Ag and a Regional Grain Origination Manager at Kokomo Grain. Growing up in the grain business, Nick worked at the elevator his dad managed.
“His experience in merchandising and operations, a strong commitment to safety, and team leadership brought him to the top of a group of very qualified candidates,” said Merlyn Kruger, CFS CEO. "We look forward to having Nick join our team, states Kruger."
After serving in the US Army (Explosive Ordinance Disposal), he attended the University of Illinois, getting a BA in Environmental Science and later an MBA in Finance from Concordia University.
Bringing Nick on board in June will allow time to transition the position before Dennis Inman, the current Vice President of Grain, retires in the fall.
"Having Nick on board at CFS will allow us to continue to provide trusted service and cooperative value to our members," states Merlyn Kruger, CFS CEO.
About Central Farm Service (CFS)
Central Farm Service (CFS) is committed to sustainability and the cooperative way of doing business. Our members own the company, guide the decision-making process, and share the benefits that come from working together. Headquartered in Truman, Minnesota, we serve more than 4,000 producers in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa. CFS is highly diversified with products and services in grain marketing and merchandising, crop production and seed, feed manufacturing, bulk petroleum, and producer financing. Each day we strive to achieve our purpose of providing Trusted Service and Cooperative Value to members.
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