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Agronomy Nutrient Management Consultant

Frontier FS - Darlington, WI

Type: Full Time
Posted: 11/15/2012
Deadline to apply: Open (no deadline given by employer)


Provides nutrient management plans for customers, coordinates precision farming programs, and precision information management to achieve profitable business growth.


Essential Job Functions:

  • Develops and markets nutrient management plans and precision farming products.
  • Develops, organizes, and coordinates precision Ag soil testing programs and procedures.
  • Utilizes computer maps to gather data on soil, crops, pests, and weather that will determine a customer's specific agri-business needs.
  • Provides the information link between precision farm technologies and company personnel and serves as a contact person on all matters relating to precision farming.
  • Assists crop sales specialists with precision farming meetings, sales interviews, proposals and presentations of nutrient management plans and other products and services.
  • Promotes and follows the company credit policy and collects for sales of all assigned products.
  • Conducts periodic training and communication meetings with employees.



  • Normally requires a Bachelor's in an Agriculture, Agronomy, GIS/GPS, or marketing related discipline, or the equivalent thereof, and 1-2 years or more of related work experience or internships to demonstrate knowledge of precision technology and crop production management.
  • Must have the ability to acquire and maintain CCA and CNMP status.
  • Demonstrates essential abilities including business knowledge, collaboration, communication, customer focus, decision making and skill development.
  • Must have and maintain a valid driver's license and satisfactory driving record. May be required to acquire and maintain a CDL with appropriate endorsements.
  • Normally requires the ability to operate an all-terrain vehicle (ATV)
For more information: Job Description



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