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New Channel Seedsman comes to Great Bend

Ryan Fanshier to bring local growers personalized service, elite seed products

Ryan Fanshier

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Putting Seedsmanship at Work® into practice, Channel has hired Ryan Fanshier as a Channel Seedsman in Barton and Stafford counties and surrounding area.
Fanshier’s role will be to work proactively with local farmers to deliver expert advice, customized service and elite seed products to help improve productivity and profitability. Channel Seedsmen focus on getting to know their customers and their farms inside and out, and using that knowledge to provide in-depth, hands-on service and support every step of the way.
Fanshier, a graduate of Kansas State University, previously was a plant manager for Cargill Animal Nutrition. He will cover ...

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