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SureFire Ag Celebrates 10 Years in the Ag Technology Business

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Surefire Ag Leadership Team SureFire Ag Systems Founders

In August 2017, the SureFire Ag team celebrates 10 years in business. What started as a small dream by Blaine and Erin Ginther, Josh and Lisa Wolters, and Matt Wolters has turned into a reality we’re all immensely proud of. We wouldn’t be where we are today without the loyal support of our customers, dealers, and industry partners – we thank you!

SureFire Ag began specializing in providing solutions for the control and application of liquid and dry fertilizer, seed, and chemical the SureFire way. With the support from our amazing customers, our products and services have reached customers across the United States and internationally.

SureFire Ag Systems Logo

We’ve expanded our offerings to include SureFire Electronics LLC, a subsidiary of SureFire Ag, to design and manufacture wiring harnesses for SureFire Ag Systems. Together, SureFire Ag and SureFire Electronics employs 36 full-time and 7 part-time employees. Blaine Ginther, Co-Founder and National Sales Manager explains why SureFire is proud to be an employee-owned company in a recent blog– which we believe is a huge benefit to our team and customers alike.

From the beginning, our core tenant has always been to find ways to help our customers farm smarter, not harder. From simple, standard, single-product liquid fertilizer application systems, to complex, custom-designed systems, SureFire Ag is committed to helping you farm the way you want. Josh Wolters, SureFire Co-Founder and General Manager, had this to say about the past 10 years:

Here at SureFire, our busy days don’t give us much time to sit back and reflect on the past 10 years.  As I take a chance to look back this afternoon, there are a lot of different directions my mind can veer off in.  There are great successes.  I’ve met great people as co-workers, customers, vendors and other partners.  There have been failures large and small along the way.  Failure is never fun, but we have learned important lessons from our failures. 

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