ST Biologicals, a Seacole Company, Hires New Crop and Livestock Advisor to Serve Eastern Midwest Region | Seacole

ST Biologicals, a Seacole Company, Hires New Crop and Livestock Advisor to Serve Eastern Midwest Region

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[Plymouth, MN, February 5, 2024] ST Biologicals has hired a talented new crop and livestock advisor to serve Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and the rest of the eastern Midwest region.   

Harrison Hobart brings years of agronomy and livestock forage expertise and experience to the ST Biologicals team. Mr. Hobart has worked as a soils consultant as well as a forage-focused dairy consultant on farms across the eastern United States. 

As a crop and livestock advisor, Mr. Hobart works directly with farmers to improve their soil health, increase yields, and improve nutrient efficiency. He will be ST Biologicals’ boots on the ground in the eastern US.

“Harrison is a great addition to the ST Biologicals team,” explains Seacole President and CEO Gregg Elliott. “He will help us expand our reach to farmers outside of the Upper Midwest.”        

To learn more about this key hire or for more information about Seacole’s offerings, including agricultural chemistries, email or call 763-582-1140.

About Seacole

Seacole is a diversified chemical manufacturing and distribution company serving a wide variety of markets including metal finishing, printed circuit boards, microelectronics, parts cleaning, and agriculture. Seacole provides customers technical expertise, attentive customer service, and trouble-free logistics, and also offers industrial contract manufacturing and custom blending services to many chemical providers.

About ST Biologicals

ST Biologicals has been helping farmers successfully transition to regenerative agriculture for more than seven years. The expert ST Biologicals team relies on more than four decades of experience helping conventional and organic farmers improve their soils and profits. The ST Biologicals certified crop and livestock consultants show farmers the regenerative way to farm and share products with them that will repair their soil and increase their profits.