Now Hiring 2022 Intern

About Bauman Agency

Bauman Agency is a small, team oriented, customer focused, family owned ag company with multiple business entities, located 9 miles north of Huron, SD. We value honesty, integrity, and implement a long- range focus in serving area farmers and their families with their unique prosperity management needs. A farmer’s perspective is employed at all levels in the company and a thorough working knowledge is prized. We are looking for a 2022 Spring/Summer intern to join our successful and friendly team. Apply today!

Responsibilities

Responsibilities would range from Boots-on-the-ground to hi tech.

  • Drone and infield field analysis
  • Customer contacts
  • Service in Pioneer Seed and Precision Planting technology
  • Assisting with Bauman Agency and customer seed plots.
  • Delivering seed to customers in season
  • Buildings and Grounds: mowing, weed whacking, spraying.
  • Fleet; clean and maintain vehicles
  • Assist with inventory numbers and accuracy

Call Louise to schedule an interview 605-353-1112

How Do Your Meters Run?

Every additional percentage of meter accuracy adds 1-2 more bushels per acre.

Meter calibration is the first step toward singulation & spacing perfection. Our MeterMax® Ultra test stand can evaluate each meters performance, allowing for fine tuning to bring your accuracy where it should be.

At Bauman Agency, we run a variety of seed sizes, planting speeds and populations through meters. Our growers receive a detailed row-by-row performance sheet and recommendations.

Call Bauman Agency today.

605-353-1112

We offer complimentary meter pickup and return if requested.

Calendar Photo Contest

ELIGIBILITY:

The 2021 Photo Contest is open to all Bauman Agency customers and their families. All contestants must abide by the terms and agreements of these rules. Entries must be submitted with a completed entry form to be eligible.  All participants must own all rights to the photos submitted and agree to allow Bauman Agency to publish the photos for promotional purposes with image credit given to participant. No professional photos with copyrights will be allowed.

ENTRIES:

Submitting photos for the contest is free. Photo entries must be a high quality, digital image preferably with a minimum of 600 dpi. Digital photos should be taken at the highest resolution possible. Please try to use a device with 8 MP (MegaPixels) or higher. Failure to submit a high enough quality image may result in disqualification.  However, please DO submit photos even if you are unsure of printing quality – we will try our best to make them work!  Please note that photos may be cropped to fit page sizes.

Participants may submit an unlimited number of photos into the contest. Email the image and form to: amanda@baumanagency.com  

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING ENTRIES:

All photos and accompanying entry forms must be received by September 1st, 2021 for consideration.

WINNERS:

Grand Prize: The winning photo contestant will receive a wrapped canvas print of their photo and the winning photo will be on the cover of the 2022 Bauman Agency calendar as well as one of the months within the calendar.

Runners Up: The 11 additional photo winners will receive a framed copy of their photo and will each have a month in the calendar.                                                                                    

Winning entries will be announced in December 2021.

Plot Tour Aug. 18th

Lunch will be provided! Social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged (and will be provided if needed) for the safety and comfort of all our customers.

Curt also had a chance to talk about the event earlier this week on the radio. Listen in for more details!

Curt talks about Steve Snyder, Enlist, and our upcoming show plot tour!

We look forward to seeing you!

Featured image: Oregon Department of Agriculture

Bischoff Family In the News

Bauman Agency’s Matt and Heather Bischoff and their family feature prominently in a new article in the Tri-State Neighbor this week, talking about the Bischoffs’ many ag operations, and the benefits of a relatively mild spring for hard-working farm families in the Huron area.

Check out the article for yourself!