Seeds for Success

(JOHNSTON, IOWA, October 14, 2021) –AgVenture, Inc., is pleased to announce that Kara Boyle has accepted the role of Marketing & Administrative Assistant, beginning October 11, 2021.

“We are thrilled to have Kara join us as our new Marketing and Administrative Assistant,” said AgVenture Marketing & Portfolio Director Scott Hart. “She has a rural Iowa background and diverse work experiences that will bring a valuable perspective to the team.”

Kara Boyle joins AgVenture as Marketing & Administrative Assistant.

Boyle grew up on an acreage in Ackley, Iowa, and earned a degree in Marketing and Finance from Iowa State University. She also has a Master of Business Degree in Management from Northwest Missouri State University. Kara has spent the last five years in various roles in marketing, business development, and human resources at a rural electric cooperative in Iowa. She will assist with marketing and communications activities in addition to some administrative responsibilities as part of the AgVenture team.

“I am excited to join the AgVenture team. I hope to bring new ideas and perspectives from my diverse work experiences to help grow the AgVenture brand and look forward to working with our Independent Seed Companies,” Boyle said.

Kara currently resides in Ankeny, where she enjoys going to the gym, watching sports games, traveling, and hiking.

About AgVenture
AgVenture, Inc. is the nation’s largest network of independently owned and managed seed companies. AgVenture provides its growing network of companies with seed products that surpass industry-required quality standards, as well as leading-edge genetics and technology. Since 1983, this unique marketing approach has allowed each individual company to match the seed products it sells to the specific needs of the geographical area it serves. Based in Johnston, Iowa, AgVenture strives to help every farmer realize more profit from every field with professional seed representation at a local level.

About Corteva Agriscience
Corteva Agriscience is a publicly traded, global pure-play agriculture company that provides farmers around the world with the most complete portfolio in the industry – including a balanced and diverse mix of seed, crop protection and digital solutions focused on maximizing productivity to enhance yield and profitability. With some of the most recognized brands in agriculture and an industry-leading product and technology pipeline well positioned to drive growth, the company is committed to working with stakeholders throughout the food system as it fulfills its promise to enrich the lives of those who produce and those who consume, ensuring progress for generations to come. Corteva Agriscience became an independent public company on June 1, 2019, and was previously the Agriculture Division of DowDuPont. More information can be found at

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“I use AgVenture because of their excellent products, service, and agronomic support. When we need something they respond quickly. I can’t think of any reason why we wouldn’t use AgVenture. AgVenture stressed the importance of new technology on our farm and is helping us maximize our yield maps, soil grid maps, and fertilizer application data. I do business with AgVenture because they are very trustworthy and service oriented.”

- Kansas Farmer

“We’ve had the AgVenture Spangler 'Training Plots' for several years. The plots help us in our corn and soybean selections. For 3 generations, we have been using AgVenture Spangler products.”

- Wisconsin Farmer

“I consider everyone at AgVenture a friend and I can tell that they are really looking out for me and my farming operation. AgVenture is an easy company to work with and you cannot beat the service. When I have questions about my crops I call AgVenture and they are here right away helping me find the answer.”

- Kansas Farmer

“An AgVenture Yield Specialist showed me what my yields could be with AgVenture seed and I thought they were impossible because they were so good.”

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