Paul earned his Bachelor's of Science Degree in Meat and Animal Science from the University of Wisconsin Madison. He has farmed in Southeastern Wisconsin for the past 30 years, raising cash crop grains, hogs, and Angus cattle. Paul brings a unique perspective to the brokerage industry focusing on "farm profitability" and "preservation of equity." Through his experience as a seed dealer, he has consulted with producers on maximizing yields and profitability. Paul's community involvement includes: Town Supervisor, past director of the Wisconsin Angus Association, and 4-H leader.
Paul and his wife Barbara have three grown children and five grandchildren. He enjoys vacationing in the Northwoods, fishing, and spending time with his growing family.
Chad graduated from University of Wisconsin Madison with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics. In his 16 years as a licensed broker, Chad has authored several different nationally reconized market advisory newsletters; including the report rated number one for net soybean sales by Top Producer Magazine. Chad was raised on a cash crop grain and seed farm in southeast Wisconsin. He and his wife Rebecca continue their family farming traditions on their own small farm; they are raising two sons, a daughter, cash grain crops and Angus cattle.
Chad's hobbies include: showing cattle, coaching Tee-ball, fishing, and softball.
Landy earned his Bachelor's of Science Degrees in Agricultural Science and Agricultural Economics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Landy grew up on a family grain and livestock farm in southwest Nebraska. He gained valuable experience in crop consulting and grain merchandising while working for a local elevator. Landy has over 25 years of experience in agri-sales and marketing as well as product development for the brokerage industry.
Landy and his wife Martha have three children, and are very active in their church and community. He is an enthusiastic fan of his childrens' ice hockey, baseball, and soccer teams. Landy and his family enjoy hunting, fishing and waterskiing together.
Nicole Gonring is a series III licensed broker and has been working in agricultural business for the past four years. She started working as an assistant and realized she wanted to get more involved. After passing her series III test she has worked closely with the advisors at Prime Ag.
In her free time she enjoys playing volleyball, kickball and soccer. She also enjoys vacationing to different destinations across the world. Family is very important to Nicole and she currently lives at home with her Mom, Dad and puppy, Pancha from Mexico City.
Craig graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with degrees in Ag Business and Ag Engineering Technology. Craig grew up on a cash crop grain and seed farm in Southeast Wisconsin. Craig spent 15 years in the Ag equipment business working as a parts manager at a local John Deere dealer, Parts Marketing Manager and Parts Technical Support for CNH(Case New Holland). Craig’s diverse background helps bring a unique perspective in helping producers manage their risk.
Craig and his wife Sue have 2 daughters Kelsey and Madisyn. Craig is an avid Packers, Badgers, Brewers, and Broncos(local high school team) fan. He also enjoys sports & 4H with his children, and especially enjoys coaching there basketball and dribble club teams.
Kyle graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a degree in Marketing. His career path was a crazy road stopping at Prime Ag where he is now settled in and learning the Agricultural business every day.
Kyle is a sports advocate and loves attending Green Bay Packer, Milwaukee Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks games. In his free time Kyle enjoys playing softball, Ultimate Frisbee and golf during the summer. And in the winter months he stays warm by playing basketball.
Emily Krueger is a series III licensed broker and has been working in the agricultural business for the past 19 years. For the past 10 years, she has owned a parlor/freestall dairy in Southeastern Wisconsin. Emily brings a unique perspective to the brokerage business with a focus on long-term profitability and maximizing your dollars. Through her experience as a dairy farmer, she has worked to keep on farm dollars together and lead a farm management team. Emily’s community involvement includes: Farm Bureau, volunteering at her kid’s school, and past FSA County Committee Advisor.
Emily and her husband Travis have three children. She enjoys spending time with her family, fishing, hunting and gardening.
Patrick graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is a Series III Licensed Broker. Although he doesn't come from a farming family he grew up in a farm community in Southwest Minnesota and picked rocks to make extra money during the summer. Patrick is an Eagle Scout and also the founder of a scholarship golf tournament for the University of Nebraska.
Patrick is an avid Huskers fan, hockey player and Minnesota sports enthusiast. He enjoys being outdoors, hunting, fishing, and loving every day.