Davis a man with a plan


Nick Davis can often be seen near his Champion Seed plots in the county. Nick has been a dealer for the Iowa seed company for the past six years.

Nick Davis is a man with a plan.
He has a goal of being a progressive 20th century agriculturalist, striving for ways to succeed and improve on his agricultural enterprises.
That’s why Nick is a strong proponent of the Iowa Corn Growers Association and the Iowa Corn Promotion Board.
In just a few short years, Nick has grown professionally and has become an active advocate for agriculture by becoming involved in the Iowa Corn Growers Association at the local, state and district level.
The young Humboldt County farmer and agribusinessman said it stems from his involvement during college.
When Nick was attending college at Iowa Central in 2014-15, he became a member of the Iowa Corn Collegiate Advisory Team. The team is made up of 20 college students from around the state who are attending post-secondary education and pursuing a career in agriculture. The team assists the Iowa Corn Growers Association and Iowa Corn Promotion Board in developing programs targeting Iowa’s corn relationship with individuals pursuing careers in ag production and allied industries.
Nick’s involvement in production agriculture began at a young age. His father, Gerald was a hobby farmer in addition to his job as vice president at ADF Systems in Humboldt. See the rest of the story in this week's Humboldt Independent. Click the Subscribe button at the top of the page to start your subscription to the Humboldt Independent.

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