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Dan Dall joins La Crosse Forage & Turf Seed

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Dall will take on the position of Forage and Turf Specialist.

| November 5, 2013

La Crosse, Wis. - With their continued strong commitment to focus efforts into new geographies to better meet the product and service needs of their customers, La Crosse Forage and Turf Seed is pleased to announce the addition of Dan Dall to their sales team, effective October 14th, 2013. 

Dan will cover the state of Kansas, as a Forage and Turf Specialist, helping the customers there become experts in forage, turf, and cover crop seed. Dan joins the team after two years with Winfield Solutions as a Master Agronomy Advisor. Prior to Winfield, Dan also worked as a Sales Representative II for Syngenta and was the Location Manager for Farm Kan, LLC. Dan earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Agronomy from Kansas State University and specializes in forage and cover crop seed.

“I am excited to be able to work for such a well-respected company and the opportunity to represent them within Kansas. The products La Crosse Forage & Turf Seed brings to the market will be a great fit into current and future cropping systems,” says Dan.

Patrick Reed, National Sales Manager for La Crosse Forage & Turf Seed, says, “We are very excited to have Dan join our team!  His wealth of experience in the Kansas agricultural market will be a valuable resource to our customers.  Dan will provide excellent training, support, and service to the entire Kansas agricultural community.”

Currently, the organization has seven locations and twenty sales representatives across the Midwest. Please call the company’s headquarters in La Crosse at (800) 328-1909 or check out www.lftseed.com to learn more about its products, services or find your local Forage & Turf Specialist.
 

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