Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) welcomes Ag Ventures Alliance (AgVA) as a new investor in the leading manufacturer of conservation tillage and nutrient management equipment. ETS zone tillageTM with the SoilWarrior® offers the advantage of minimum tillage while strategically placing nutrients in the root zone. This investment offers both economic benefits and opportunities for AgVA members to enhance soil productivity on their own farms.
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Meet Scott Duban, 2016 Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) Engineering Intern. A senior at South Dakota State University majoring in Agricultural Systems Technology, Scott spent his summer gaining hands-on agricultural engineering experience through a variety of projects that positively impacted our business. Learn more about his internship experience through the following Q&A.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) is proud to welcome Mike Eaton to its sales team as the Regional Sales Manager for its Northeastern region. In this role, Mike will be responsible for direct sales of SoilWarrior® zone tillage equipment to innovative farmers.
Eaton has an extensive background in the agriculture industry including his former role as a Territory Development/Project Manager at Southwest Ag Partners where he helped launch the SoilWarrior Precision Ag Retailer (PAR) program. A graduate of St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, Eaton is passionate about serving farmers. He is also a volunteer firefighter for the Kingsville Fire Department.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) announced the promotion of Caitlin Keck to Marketing and Communications Director. She will have primary responsibility for the marketing and communications strategy for ETS and their line of SoilWarrior® zone tillage equipment.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) is proud to welcome Caitlin Keck to its sales and marketing team as the Marketing & Communications Assistant. In this role, she will assist the Marketing Director with implementing the company’s comprehensive marketing strategy, which includes managing social media platforms, coordinating trade shows and special events, and creating content.
Commodity Classic is not only the national gathering for several of the nation’s largest agriculture organizations, it’s also one of the country’s biggest farm shows. The annual event brings thousands of farmers and hundreds of agri-businesses together to discuss issues, attend education sessions, and roll out new equipment and technology.Held March 3-5, in New Orleans, this year’s show may be the biggest and best yet, thanks to the addition of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers to the roster of attendees. With so many great things to see and learn it may be difficult to decide how to spend your time. Here are six educational sessions and exhibits that we think farmers who pay attention to conservation and innovation will want to check out.
When South West Ag Partners (SW ag) surveyed the challenges ahead for their growers in Ontario, Canada they saw an increase in government regulations and environmental issues. As they began to position themselves to help growers tackle these pending issues, they developed Sustainable Cropping Systems, a new suite of offerings designed to help growers address pending challenges.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) proves you don’t have to be the biggest to be the best with the ETS 3100 Series SoilWarrior®. This complete, construction-grade zone till system is built with the quality and precision of a full-sized SoilWarrior, but packaged to fit the size and price point of today’s most innovative farmers.
Environmental Tillage Systems, Inc. (ETS), a premier manufacturer of zone tillage equipment headquartered in Faribault, Minn., is pleased to welcome Rod Schroeder to its board of directors. Schroeder brings more than 35 years of experience in crop protection and retail ag business and will ensure the company continues to position itself as a leader in conservation tillage and precision nutrient management.