Craig Dick has joined Midwestern BioAg as the company’s first Director of Wholesale. He is responsible for developing a network of agricultural retailers to carry the Midwestern BioAg product line.
“Craig knows what it takes to build better yields through healthier soils, and he knows how to translate that knowledge for producers,” said Midwestern BioAg President Sue Gullickson. “He also knows what it takes for retailers to thrive.”
“I’m interested in growing businesses,” said Dick. “Not just our business at Midwestern BioAg, but the many other businesses we touch. I like working with a retailer to get a sense of their goals and to see where and how we can help them.”
Previously, Dick spent 10 years with Calcium Products, serving as VP of New Market Development. Other past experience includes retail agriculture sales and customer service management. Craig is a graduate of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with a bachelor’s degree in Diversified Agriculture.
Midwestern BioAg manufactures and distributes fertilizers that build soil health while increasing yields and nutritional quality of both food and forage. Its products and practices engage soil life, ensure nutrient use efficiency, build soil organic matter, improve crop resiliency and increase the long-term productivity of farmland. Founded in 1983, the Wisconsin-based company has facilities across the Midwest.