Two New Marketing Reps Join National Farmers Grain
National Farmers Grain Division has named two new marketing representatives. Scott Wharton is the new conventional grain representative for Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio.
Wharton grew up on a National Farmers dairy operation in Mason, Illinois, and has considerable agricultural experience. He was a marketing representative for National Farmers Dairy Division for 17 years, and has sold chemicals, seed and other agricultural products.
Scott and his wife, Joellen, live in Greenville, Illinois, and have five children and nine grandchildren. “I’m excited to rejoin the National Farmers marketing team, and look forward to helping grain producers make the most of opportunities in the marketplace selling their grain.”
Producers can reach Scott by calling 765-490-2864, or emailing him at .
Jim Tesch is a new NForganics representative, joining Mike Schulist helping organic producers in the South Dakota and North Dakota regions. Tesch attended South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota.
He has been an organic farmer for more than 25 years. He farms 136 acres and has a registered Angus and Chi Angus herd, farming with his brother near Estelline, South Dakota.
Tesch also has extensive experience as an owner-broker representing farmland and ranches in his area. Jim grew up in a National Farmers family; his father was a longtime organization member.
“I feel fortunate to join NForganics and assist organic grain producers in their quest to earn higher prices for all their hard work,” said Tesch.