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Pacific Ag opens office in Fargo area

Pacific Ag, which operates the nation's largest crop residue supply chain, has opened a field office near Fargo to serve the increasing demand for wheat straw residue among the dairy, beef, mushroom and erosion control industries.

North Dakota

Pacific Ag, which operates the nation’s largest crop residue supply chain, has opened a field office near Fargo to serve the increasing demand for wheat straw residue among the dairy, beef, mushroom and erosion control industries.

The company has hired Tom and Stephanie Borgen as regional managers to develop partnerships with growers and drive sales of wheat straw to target markets. The Borgens live and farm near Perley, Minn., and are wheat straw providers,

Pacific Ag has been focused on residue harvests behind combines in wheat, corn and grass seed crops resulting in extensive in-field experience, which they use to help growers make individual, season-specific decisions about residue removal.

Growers interested in ways to increase income from sustainable residue harvesting can contact Pacific Ag at (844) 737-4383 or visit www.pacificag.com .

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