I spent my younger years on a Beef/Swine Farm near Oskaloosa, IA. I
started with Farmers Coop Society as a Dairy Nutritionist/Salesperson
soon after I graduated Dordt in 2002. Later, I became a Beef
Nutritionist/Salesperson and lead the ruminant team for FCS. I also
managed our 10,000 head custom feedlot for a couple of years. Once the
feedlot sold; I became the Feed Sales Manager for FCS for the swine,
beef, and dairy teams. And in May 2017, I became the Feed Division
Manager. My favorite part of working for Farmers Coop Society is working with our customers and prospects to find
new and improved ways to serve them. Helping our patrons become more
sustainable and creating a win/win for our customers and FCS is always a
Certifications: BA in Animal Science, PAS in Beef Nutrition, Graduate
of Land O’ Lakes Executive Agribusiness Program through Purdue
University, FSPCA Preventive Controls for Animal Feed
I grew up on farm south of Ottumwa, IA. I graduated from Buena Vista with a Bachelor of Science in accounting. After moving north, I worked as a Controller for a trucking company in Fairmont, MN. I began my career in the Agriculture industry as a Lead Feed Accountant for AG Partners. I joined Farmers Coop Society in December 2013. Today, I supervise the Feed Office team out of the Sioux Center location. I enjoy working with our feed team and our wonderful customers.
I am originally from Westfield, IA. After graduating college, I worked on the family farm. In June 2007, I began my career with Farmers Coop Society in the Feed Department at Ireton. In 2012 I assumed the role Ireton Feed Mill Manager. In 2018 I received the position of Regional Feed Operations Manager overseeing the Ireton, Sioux Center, and Lime Creek locations. My favorite part of my job with Farmers Coop Society is working alongside FCS employees and customers to overcome challenges that we might encounter throughout our day.
Prior to joining our team, Scott was a Regional Plant Manager at Hubbard Feeds, Inc and has over 26 years of experience in feed manufacturing management. In 2020, Scott joined the FCS Team as the Eastern Division Feed Mill Operations Manager.
Scott and his wife Ammie currently live in Sergeant Bluff, IA with their two children Kaitlyn (19) and Karlie(15). Scott is originally from Olathe, Kansas. He attended college at Kansas State where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Milling Science and Management.
In his spare time, Scott enjoys camping, fishing, hiking and playing golf.
Jason is originally from Terre Haute, IN but his career has taken him from Indiana to California to Illinois and now Iowa. Jason graduated from Purdue in 2000 and has spent the last 15 years in operations with ABF Freight System in LTL. He was responsible for inbound and outbound linehaul dispatch as well as being an operations manager.
Jason and his wife Stephanie have two kids. Lyssa, who is turning 9 next month, and Kaeden who is seven. Jason enjoys spending time with his family and their new great Dane pup or as Jason refers to him- his small horse. His name is Hightower and 120 lbs.
I’m originally from Orange City, IA.I joined Farmers Coop Society after college in 2011 as a Swine Specialist. Two years later I moved into my current position as Swine Production Manager. My favorite part of my job with Farmers Coop Society is overseeing herd health and production in order to provide the highest quality care for the animals under our control, which in turn increases profitability for the owners and investors in the facilities we oversee.
Certifications: Pork Quality Assurance Advisor and Transport Quality Assurance Advisor
I’m originally from Sheldon, IA. I joined Farmers Coop Society in 2009, working out of the Sanborn location. After four years, I transitioned into the role of Swine Marketing Specialist for the financed groups in Sioux Center. In addition to working at FCS, I also labor a hog confinement near Sheldon. My favorite part of my job with Farmers Coop Society is helping our producers find their true cost of production and trying to make systems more efficient for them.
I was born and raised on a farrow to finish hog farm a few miles east of Hospers, IA. I went to high school in Orange City before graduating and going through undergrad and vet school at Iowa State University. I graduated from ISU in 2014 with my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. I have been married to my wife Megan for 11 years and we have been blessed with 4 boys. We live on an acreage near Alton, IA. I started with Farmers Coop Society in late 2019 as veterinarian for the Proven Swine Management team. Before joining FCS I worked as an associate veterinarian for Orange City Vet Clinic for 5 years.
My favorite part of this job is working with an elite team of service managers and caretakers to diagnose and prevent health issues in our barns. I enjoy developing protocols to address potential health challenges before they impact the animals under our care.
I’m originally from Orange City, IA and I worked at a small feed
dealership until I came to Farmers Coop Society in 1992. Currently, I work
with swine producers on contract barns as well as retrofits and pig
placements for their facilities. I enjoy working with my swine producers
and making them successful. I always enjoy meeting new producers
and seeing how I can help them.
I’m originally from Boyden, IA. I started working in Agriculture in 1982 as a Feed Salesman and truck driver for Quality Farm Supply. In 1988, I took a position as an Animal Health and Swine Feed Salesman for PNM Swine Center. I started with Farmers Coop Society as a Swine Specialist in 1996. My favorite part of working at Farmers Coop Society is working with our producers to help them solve their problems and improve their profitability.
I’m originally from Newkirk, IA. I started at Farmers Coop Society right after college in 2016. Currently, I am in Swine Sales and my favorite part of working at Farmers Coop Society is interacting with our customers and seeing them succeed.
I’m originally from Pierson, IA but I currently live South of Ireton with my husband and two children. I have been working in the Swine Industry since 1995, when I was a Farrowing Manager for Iowa Select Farms for a 4,000 head sow farm. I did this for two years until I became the Farm Manager for Pork Elite, west of Ireton. This was a 2,400 head sow farm and I worked there for three years. I came to Farmers Coop Society in 2000 and have been a swine specialist/Contract Labor Coordinator ever since. My favorite part of working at FCS is the people. I enjoy everyone I work with and all the customers that I can help on a daily basis.
Cole was an Agronomy Salesman for Farm Nutrients. He is originally from Garner, IA and has one brother. In his spare time, Cole enjoys raising purebred Angus show cattle and is an owner of Greiman Family Angus.
Kim has been with Farmers Coop Society since March 2014. She started as an Administrative Assistance and has also been a Feed Merchandising Assistant. Kim has seen the opportunities for growth within the company and has advanced her career again. Kim is excited for the challenges this position offers and is looking forward to this transition.
Kim is married to Cody Van Drie, our Elite Lead Consultant in Boyden. In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time with her friends, playing wallyball, and going on trips with her husband. She also likes to travel down to Ames and tailgate at Iowa State Football games. GO STATE!
Brain Honkomp grew up in Ashton, Ia and now lives on an acreage East of Ritter with his wife Monica and their four daughters.
Brian as over 25 years of feed knowledge and experience before he joined Farmers Coop Society in 2020. He began his feed career in 1996 in our Ritter feed mill location and then went to Deluxe Feed for almost 20 years. When he talks about his favorite part of his position he says he loves working as a team to produce high quality products for his customer.
I am originally from Lake Preston, SD. I started my professional
career with Schwan’s Home Service and then with Rock County Land
Management Office. I came to Farmers Coop Society in 2018. My favorite
part of my job is working with our producers to ensure they receive a