How We Differ

Sep 06, 2019


Where has the summer gone??  It’s not quite over, but Full Circle Ag has already started planning for 2020. This has been going on for a month now and seems like it gets earlier every year.

As we go into the new selling season, our patrons will be approached by several companies out there asking for business, like every year.  There are so many different programs among the seed and chemical companies and how each retailer markets those programs varies by almost every retailer in the marketplace.  You, as a patron, need to be informed by asking questions and fully understanding the differences between these programs and be aware of the “fine print.”  Our sales staff will give you a straight forward answer to your questions and help you navigate through the details.

Even though all independent retailers or coops may have the same philosophy of business, they are uniquely different. Here at Full Circle Ag, we pride ourselves with integrity, quality products and services, and strive for the success of our patron’s operations. Our relationship with our customers is an extension to their operation and a desire to be that trusted source of information.

We are at the end of our fiscal year and along with that, two employees are retiring after a combined 52 years with Full Circle Ag.  We would like to thank Jim Gallagher and Dave Andresen for their years of commitment with the company and wish them the best in retirement. 

We would also like to thank our patrons for their business this past fiscal year and look forward to serving you in the future.  With the harvest season upon us and the start of the school year, please be safe and watch out for slow moving equipment and our youth.


Ehren Grupe
COO

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