- Why PASI
We’ve been offering independent and unbiased crop consulting, agronomy services and planter services—and now ag data consulting—for more than two decades. And in that time, we’ve stayed true to one simple principle...
You don’t need the "product of the day." You need high-quality analysis and consulting that will earn you the best return on your investment—and the best results for your land, your community and the planet. That means you’ve got no room for cookie-cutter solutions, so neither do we.
We understand what it’s like to farm—because at Precision Agri Services, Inc., we have years of farming experience ourselves. There’s no such thing as a "set it and forget it" approach to farming, which is a truth we’ve learned first-hand. We use the products we sell, and proven approaches in the field, before we recommend it to you. Even then, we’ll only make a recommendation if we can be sure it’s good for both your profitability and for the environment. And we do it all with the same values you hold dear—integrity, professionalism, excellence, and passionate stewardship.
To learn more about how we can help you with your farm, contact us.
Eric joined the PASI team in the fall of 2014. He is a 2011 graduate from OSU, where he majored in Ag Systems Management.
Eric has dual roles with PASI—both working as an agronomist and also helping with sales, installation and support. He also troubleshoots planters and ag technology.
Carol joined the Precision Agri Service Inc team in 2011. She assisted her husband, Bill, in the office, transported equipment and parts to PASI team members out in the field, and assisted on service calls and installations all while working her full-time job at Honda of America.
Carol recently retired from her job at Honda after 31 years of service. She is now responsible for their inventory and parts. Carol is also working towards becoming a service tech for PASI.
Dan joined the PASI team in the spring of 2022, just after graduating from OSU where he had majored in Agricultural Systems Management.
At PASI, Dan works as a Planter and Ag Technology Specialist, troubleshooting and repairing equipment, performing installations, and assisting in research endeavors.
Jeremy joined the PASI team in 2017 after completing his degree in Ag Business at Clark State.
At PASI, Jeremy’s focuses on completing installations and crop scouting as well as soil and tissue sampling.
Kurt started PASI as Planter and Ag technology specialist in February 2021. Prior to that he was in equipment sales and service on all makes of equipment.
Out of high school, Kurt worked for a cooperative, where his focus was with the setup and installation of equipment to apply liquid fertilizer, and Precision Planting and Ag Leader equipment, as well as maintenance. From there Kurt joined an equipment dealer where he was selling, installing, and servicing farm equipment, was also involved primarily in the application of fertilizer.
Kurt farms just outside of New Bremen Ohio with his wife Andrea and four children.
Pam started with PASI early in 2015. She serves as office manager and brings a wealth of experience to the PASI team.
She has worked with many of our vendors in the past and is quite familiar with ag technology.
Paul joined Precision Agri Services Inc at the end of 2020. As a full-time farmer since 2004, Paul has used several Precision Planting products and has integrated a lot of precision technology into his farm. His main role on the PASI team is a Planter and Ag Technology Specialist.
Paul enjoys spending time with family, friends and he doesn't know a stranger - just people that he hasn’t met yet.
Tanner graduated May 2020 with his degree in Agricultural Systems Management from Ohio State. He lives on his family’s row-crop farm near Ohio City, Ohio and has spent his entire life working on the farm. Tanner has also had many experiences throughout college career through many internships and experiences in the agronomy and precision agriculture world. This included agronomy experience with a local co-op, equipment sales and maintenance experience with a local John Deere dealer, and finishing with a research agronomy position with Precision Planting.
He really enjoys research and collecting data to really prove and quantify the viability of a product or practice. Then sharing that information with growers to best improve their operations and help them learn what is right for them.
Tanner enjoys spending as much time as he can on his family farm and helping the family’s operation be successful, as well as implementing new practices and testing their effectiveness.