Compeer Financial adds senior dairy lending specialistCompeer Financial adds senior dairy lending specialist
Brad Herkenhoff brings 17 years of agriculture lending experience.
September 6, 2023
Compeer Financial has taken a strategic step to enhance its expertise in dairy lending by introducing Brad Herkenhoff to its team. With a strong background in agricultural lending, Herkenhoff brings valuable insights to his role, catering to dairy clients in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Coming from a family farm near Freeport, Minn., Herkenhoff’s deep-rooted connection to the dairy industry brings a distinctive perspective to his position. With 17 years dedicated to agricultural lending before joining Compeer, he offers practical expertise and counsel to his clients.
Herkenhoff will collaborate closely with dairy farm families at Compeer Financial, tailoring financial solutions to meet their aspirations. His commitment shines through community engagement and ongoing involvement with his family’s fifth-generation dairy farm, now owned and managed by his brother and sister-in-law.
Known as a trusted advisor, Herkenhoff’s innovative solutions and forward-thinking insights benefit clients and the team alike. He also mentors junior team members, providing guidance as an industry thought leader. Recognized for his involvement in Minnesota’s dairy industry, Herkenhoff’s robust industry knowledge and client relationship skills position him for success.
Residing near his family’s farm, Herkenhoff’s ties to the agricultural community remain strong. Compeer Financial eagerly welcomes Brad Herkenhoff, anticipating his contributions in advancing dairy producers’ success across the region.
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