July 22, 2019

Todd Meyer – Seeks Reelection to MaxYield Board

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MaxYield’s Annual Meeting is slated for December 3, 2013 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Algona, IA. Information will soon be in the mail for our members, including the ballot for the election. Todd Meyer is seeking reelection to the MaxYield board. Learn more about him and why he is seeking reelection, below.

Todd and his wife Teresa live and farm near the Everly area. The family has three children. Their oldest daughter Iesha is married and lives in Royal, and their youngest daughter Kinsey is a senior at Iowa State University.

Their farming operation consists of growing corn and soybeans plus a swine operation. Todd has farmed for 33 years and their son Colton recently returned to the farm to join the operation.

He has served MaxYield Cooperative as a director and as an associate director for a total of 10 ½ years. Todd served on the Fostoria Cooperative Elevator board and was appointed to the MaxYield Board after the unification of the two companies. He is a past trustee of the Hope Lutheran Church in Everly and a past chairman of the local Ducks Unlimited group.

Todd says he enjoys serving on the MaxYield board and that the experience has helped him grow personally. He says that he is fortunate to serve with a very knowledgeable board of directors.

As a client and as a director, Todd says that MaxYield has good vision and is better prepared for changes in agriculture than most of the cooperatives in the area.

If reelected to the Board of Directors, Todd would like to see the leadership of the cooperative continue to focus on improving profitability. He feels that investments in technology, namely SciMax Solutions and in physical assets have been positive. Todd also thinks that MaxYield has a great team in place that provides professional service.

He chose to seek reelection because he feels that agriculture may change faster in the next three years than the last 10 and he wants to be involved with leading the cooperative through that time.

Todd says that MaxYield is better positioned financially and as a company today than 10 years ago and he wants to help lead MaxYield to further success. He feels that MaxYield is and must continue to be positioned to survive and flourish.

He enjoys spending time with his family, including his three grandchildren plus hunting, fishing, and sports.

Todd Meyer is a MaxYield Board of Director Candidate for the West Area (West of Hwy 4) and is running unopposed.

 

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