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Meet Teri Walsh

Meet Teri Walsh

On the way to becoming a veterinarian, Teri realized she enjoyed her nutrition classes the most. Now she’s the Beef Product Manager for Kent, advocating for the right products at the right price so beef producers can succeed.

Meet Robert Korn

Meet Robert Korn

Robert’s father started his feed dealership 43 years ago from the garage of their family home. Find out who Korn credits with their success today. (Hint: It’s not himself.)

Meet Curt Schoonover

Meet Curt Schoonover

At age 12 Curt started working for a family friend on a cow-calf operation. Then, he became a knowledgeable feed mill manager. Now, beef producers call him “the answer man.” Read the full article to find out why.

Meet Ken Geuns

Meet Ken Geuns

Ken grew up feeding his 4-H show cattle 34% Baby Beef. Now, he has 30 head of beef cows and stays busy traveling across Michigan talking about how Kent exceeds industry standards in feed safety. Find out what his customers believe sets Kent apart.

Meet James Grothe

Meet James Grothe

If you see a red Chevy truck near your feedlot, it’s probably James, looking for ways to help you manage your herd so you can be more profitable. Read about James’ “Three C’s” approach to beef production.

Meet Dr. Brandon Koch

Meet Dr. Brandon Koch

Have you heard the true story of a boy who skipped school to help harvest silage, went on to get a PhD and became the Beef Nutritionist at KNG, helping producers be more profitable? Read more about the man behind the mustache here.

photo of Aaron Boysen

Announcing the Aaron Boysen Memorial Scholarship

The Aaron Boysen Memorial Scholarship has been established to celebrate the life and professional work of Aaron Boysen. Aaron lived a full life that passionately focused on three primary areas – family, agriculture, and his work at Kent feeds. Aaron’s devotion to these three things has left a lasting legacy on those who came in contact with both his personal life and with those who worked with him at Kent for over 30 years.

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