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I love this show. It's the perfect mixture of entertainment and actual knowledge I can apply to my operation.
- Edison Kent
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Just started listening to the show a few weeks ago. I’m a first generation farmer trying to grow something to pass down to my kids and the info ya’ll proivde has really helped me. Thanks and keep up the good work.
- Tyler Bolin
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Tanner brings to the Farm4Profit Podcast a lifelong involvement in agriculture and 15 years of banking experience. His skills in everyday problem solving and analytical thinking allows him to create growth strategies for customers so they can become more profitable.
He grew up in Northwest Iowa on a swine and row crop farm, attended AIB the College of Business and received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Financial Services. He is also a graduate of the Iowa Bankers Association's Ag Credit School, Commercial Credit School and of the Ames Chamber, Leadership Ames Class XXX.
Tanner, his wife, two daughters live in Huxley, IA and stay active in both family farms.
Corey Hillebo was born and raised on his Polk City, Iowa farm. He is the 4th generation farmer of his family caring over crops of corn, soybeans, aronia berries, and swine herd. Corey is currently the Farm Manager for Hillebo Family Farms and also the President of Big Creek Seed. He is well versed in technical thinking, sales, efficiency, and leadership. Those skills give Corey a unique perspective when it comes to forming episodes and podcast recording. Corey’s mind is hard to turn off which makes him the perfect fit to take on the next challenge and opportunity.
Corey, his wife, and two daughters live in Slater, Iowa.
David grew up immersed in agriculture and started his career at Missouri Auction School in 2008. He acquired his real estate license in November 2010. He is active in the Realtor Land Institute, National Auctioneer Associations and a number of State Auctioneer Associations. With David’s diverse portfolio of education, work experience, and his drive to stay continually up-to-date on current market trends, clients look to him as their trusted advisor in farmland sales and acquisitions.
David’s passion and stage presence has lead him to numerous championship titles and a World Auctioneer Spokesman of the Year title. David is the current President for the Iowa Auctioneers Association.
He and his wife Ann started the auction and real estate company, Whitaker Marketing Group, specializing in farmland and fundraising. They reside on the family farm outside Ames, Iowa with their two sons, Colton and Caleb.