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BY Gary Leeper, General Manager

As we approach the holiday season, our anticipation of being with friends and family begins to escalate in normal times.  As we all know, “normal” has not been in any of our vocabularies in 2020; however, this remains the time of year where we all count our blessings.

We want to take the time to let our business family of customers, dealers, and your families know we feel very blessed to have the opportunity to be a part of your business.  We appreciate and take very seriously the trust you place in our products, but especially in us as a company and all our people who try to do their best daily to serve you.

On a more personal level, we have personally known many of you and your families for a number of years while others we have just begun to get to know.  Dairyland Seed has been built on relationships with our customers, dealers, and your families. The things we look forward to most, as a management team, is personally interacting with you at various events throughout the year. While that has not been possible to the extent we would all like, rest assured you remain at the top of our minds, and we feel very blessed to have a great group of customers and dealers to work with and consider friends.

We want to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas. We look forward to seeing you more in 2021!

Gary Leeper

Dairyland Seed General Manager

Brian Weller
Brian Weller
Western Region
Dan Ritter
Central Region
Branden Furseth
Northern Region
Rod King
Eastern Region
Terry Jones
Eastern Region
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