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Platinum Sponsors

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Gold Sponsors

Thank you to these industry sponsors of the ND Ag Association:


Diamond Sponsors

Stu Letcher, Executive Director
2417 N University Dr, Suite A
Fargo, ND 58103
O: 701-235-4184  
M: 701-799-0640


Steve Perry, President
Central Plains Ag Services
10810 7th St SE, PO Box 9
Hannaford, ND 58448
O: 701-769-2665   F: 701-769-2998
M: 701-238-2664


Jim Breckheimer, Vice President
FEI, Inc.
913 14th St SW
Valley City, ND 58072
O: 701-845-1113   F: 701-845-0298
M: 701-490-1217


Carter Medalen, Secretary-Treasurer
Bayer CropScience
311 1st St NE
Rugby, ND 58368
M: 701-389-8236


Craig Hanson, Past President
3314 20th Street South
Fargo, ND 58104
M: 701.799.8125



Chris Alberty, Director

Agassiz Seed and Supply
445 7th St NW
West Fargo, ND 58078
O: 701-282-8118
M: 701-367-4753


Jason Dannelly, Director
Ag Spray Equipment
4350 48th Ave N
Fargo, ND 58102
O: 701-280-2862
M: 701-367-4753

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Supporting Contributors

The Arthur Companies
CHS Inc.
Koch Agronomic Services
Prairieland Ag Inc.
Jeff Dixon, Director
1011 Morningside Court
Casselton, ND 58012  
M: 701-388-7537
Mark Dooley, Director
Prairieland Ag
315 5th St N, Suite 103
Fargo, ND 58102
O: 701-237-5334
M: 218-43-1376



Calvin Ihry, Director
Winfield United
616 Woodland Drive
Thompson, ND 58278
M:  218-791-3525
Joe Killoran, Director
Maple Valley Ag
600 Michigan Ave.
Tower City, ND 58071
O: 701-749-4000
M: 701-840-0669
Logan Melby, Director

Heartland Ag Systems
1681 Hwy 83 NW
Garrison, ND 58540
O: 701-337-5190 ext. 1701
M: 701-317-0053


Chris Wharam, Director
Wilbur Ellis
1652 52nd St
Grand Forks, ND 58208
O: 701-330-3190
M: 701-746-5495
Gary Knutson, Consultant
2417 N University Drive, Suite A
Fargo, ND 58102
O: 701-282-9432
M: 701-361-1212


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Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the agri-business communities we serve by representing the membership in timely and innovative education, safety, and legislative efforts.

The Association promotes the stewardship of our soil with proper use of high quality seed, plant food, crop protection products and related equipment. We actively support education as it relates to better understanding and proper utilization of crop production practices and products.

Our membership consists of agri-business firms engaged in manufacturing, distribution and wholesaling as well as individuals providing services, farm supply dealers, and retailers of crop production inputs and services.

Your membership in the North Dakota Agricultural Association will provide support for promoting the interests of agri-business. We look forward to having you as a member.

2022 Board of Directors