Truterra appoints Jamie Leifker as new president

Seasoned leader takes helm to continue Truterra’s focus on ag sustainability, profitability for farmers.

November 15, 2023

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Truterra LLC, a leading agricultural sustainability business that offers consultation, tools, and solutions for the ag and food value chain, announced it has hired Jamie Leifker as its next president.

Leifker brings over 25 years of experience in agriculture working to deliver data-driven products and services for ag retailers to position with farmers to be more profitable and sustainable on their operations through his track record in leadership at WinField United, Land O’Lakes’ crop inputs and insights business, in addition to previous industry experience.

“Jamie’s career spans the spectrum of applicable experience that make him the perfect choice to help Truterra reach the next level as a leader in agricultural sustainability,” said Brett Bruggeman, chief operating officer at Land O’Lakes. “His background in agronomy plus his experience working with both local ag retailers and customers is in lock step with Truterra’s mission and go-to-market approach.”

Most recently in his role as vice president of new markets and growth services at WinField United, Leifker was responsible for working with ag retailers to provide risk management services, as well as downstream companies to deliver on customizable supply chain needs. Prior to that, he led the agronomy and product development team delivering products and services to help retailers and farmers be more profitable, productive, and sustainable. This included leadership of the WinField United Innovation Center dedicated to cutting-edge agronomic research and product development.

“As a farmer myself, I understand the challenges livestock and crop producers face and the value sustainability can bring to the agriculture industry,” said Leifker. “I look forward to channeling my experience to further Truterra’s focus on productivity and profitability.”

Leifker grew up around farming and farms with his wife in Northeast Iowa, and they incorporate conservation practices including reduced tillage and cover crops on their fields.

 

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