Todd has enjoyed serving as a CHS Holdrege Board of Director and continues to see growth and profitability as keys to the company’s success
Reed believes that being tied with CHS has created many benefits for patrons, including keeping the equity program viable.
Mary Kay is glad to have to opportunity with the board and leading the company into the future.
Neil has especially enjoyed opportunities to meet producers and ranchers from many regions of the United States as well as Canada and South Australia, enhancing his knowledge of farming techniques around the globe.
Parker is looking forward to being a part of the CHS Team. 2018 is his first term being served. He will be representing the Overton area.
Chadd believes the merge has helped position the company long term by providing the necessary investment capital to rebuild the assets of the company.
Ryan states he likes to serve on the CHS Holdrege board so that he can have a voice in the decisions that are being made that have an effect on the eastern CHS facilities.
Willie is one of the newest members to the CHS Holdrege board. He represents the Elm Creek area.
Joe has served on the CHS Holdrege board since 2013, representing our Smithfield area.