Houff Corporation has certified Crop Advisors and Nutrient Management Planners on staff that can test your soil, determine it’s nutrient needs, and provide the seed, crop protectants, and fertilizer necessary for your crops. Our educated agronomy professionals keep up with current scientific research and data that is relevant to our industry. Trust the professionals at Houff Corporation to get you the products and information your farm needs. Contact a member of our team to discuss your full scale agronomy needs. Our educated and certified professionals will help you maximize your yields.
Agronomy Sales Manager
Duane McAllister began his career at Houff Corporation in 1997. He is a Certified Professional Crop Advisor, Certified Nutrient Management Planner, and Commercial Pesticide Applicator. He is proud of his work with Houff Corporation and the positive impact it makes on his hometown community.
Tim Cline started at Houff Corporation in 2000. He is a certified Crop Advisor, Certified Nutrient Management Planner, and Commercial Pesticide Applicator. He enjoys the diversity of his work. From agronomic consulting to seed sales, his job keeps him close to the farming community of his youth. He is proud of his relationships with his clients and feels that their success is his success.
Hahns Kanode began his career at Houff Corporation in 2012. He is a skilled agronomy consultant with over 25 years of experience in the industry. Hahns is proud of the work he does with his clients in improving their profitability and he enjoys working for such a strong company and with a great team.
Nathan Houff joined our team at Houff Corporation in 2017. He grew up in the Shenandoah Valley but spent the early part of his career working in a similar role in the Eastern Shore region of Maryland. Nathan is glad to be back in the Valley and looks forward to putting his skills to use bringing more value to growers in the community he calls home.
Austin grew up on a Shenandoah Valley farm and joined the Houff team in 2017. He most enjoys the field work and meeting with local farmers. He went to Bridgewater College and studied Environmental Science.