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Bryan Mainord

Agriculture.com Staff 07/06/2010 @ 5:18pm

Bryan Mainord has worked on a family farm his entire life and has also been around ag retail for many years. His family's farming operation began as a small row crop operation and also included about 70 acres of watermelon, cantaloupe and tomatoes. Over the years, it has turned into a 5,500-acre farm consisting of wheat, corn and soybeans.

The Murray State University ag business and ag mechanization graduate began working with MRM Ag Services about 4 years ago as a warehouse helper and is now a seed salesman. He also handles test plots and precision ag sales and installation. MRM is owned and operated by his cousin Milas Mainord, along with the help of his cousin, Fieldin LaPlant, and Bryan's father, Kevin Mainord (Marketing and Sales manager).

MRM is an independent full-service retailer that offers custom application with ground rigs or by air. They also handle a full line of fertilizer, chemical, seed and precision ag products from Precision Planting, Ag Leader and Trimble.

Bryan Mainord has worked on a family farm his entire life and has also been around ag retail for many years. His family's farming operation began as a small row crop operation and also included about 70 acres of watermelon, cantaloupe and tomatoes. Over the years, it has turned into a 5,500-acre farm consisting of wheat, corn and soybeans.

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