Interested in Condo Storage?
Owning Condo Storage allows you to store corn or beans or a combination of both for as long as you wish! Tentative plans are for the shares to be in 5,000-bushel increments and a cost of around $4.00 a bushel or $20,000 a share. Please contact Mike at the office (712-786-1134) or cell phone (712-261-1142).
RFC is looking for a Customer Service Representative with a Class A or Class B CDL.
The position will be for driving around Remsen area and south of Highway 20 delivering meals to livestock in our trade area. The scenery in our southern territory will be full of wildlife and scenic roads to travel on a consistent basis! You’ll also get to be a flat lander and see the area around Remsen also!
The livestock is always happy to see you! Somedays you will be feeding the pigs, somedays feeding the cows, calves, steers or heifers! You will have a few hours of peace and quiet while delivering meals to our local customers livestock.
We have a great crew to work with and offer competitive wages and full benefits. Our hours our 7:30-4:30 Monday thru Friday. Paid holidays and a safe work environment.
Contact Mike Thompson at 712-261-1142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mike Thompson - General Manager||712-261-1142|
|Rod Nitzschke - Agronomy||712-541-4442|
|Ryan Johnson - Grain Merchandiser||712-537-7008|
|Doug Baade - Grain Originator||402-266-1231|
|Matt Lacey - Area Cattle Manager||712-880-5005|
|Beau Ohm - Feed Manager||712-541-0093|
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