Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings, LLC recently launched a new retail location in New Castle, Ind., that will operate as part of Pinnacle's Providence Agriculture brand, providing seed, fertilizer, crop protection chemicals and precision agriculture services to area farmers. 

Specializing in corn, soybeans, and wheat, the New Castle retail operation is located at 1700 Troy Avenue, New Castle, Indiana  47362.  The start-up team includes David Cline, Location Manager;  Jared Glunt, sales representative; and Brett Osting, sales representative.  Cline brings with him a wealth of family farming experience, as well as 15 years of experience in agriculture retail sales and sales management.  Jared Glunt grew up on his family’s farm and has 10 years of experience in agriculture retail sales, focused on seed and crop protection chemicals.  Similarly, Brett Osting, brings with him many years of family farming experience, plus 15 years in the agricultural input industry through retail and wholesale distribution.

“Our team is very excited about the opportunity to introduce Providence Agriculture to east central Indiana.  Considering the stellar management team and the core values of Providence Agriculture, it made my decision an easy one when asked to head up this initiative,” said Cline.  “Backed by core values of grower success, integrity, innovation and technology, we look forward to providing area farmers with seed, crop protection, fertilizer, and precision agriculture services through our OptiGro brand of tools such as field scouting, mapping, recordkeeping and recommendations.“

 “We are pleased to announce the opening of our newest retail location in New Castle,” said Todd Louiso, area operations manager for Providence Agriculture.  “We pride ourselves on helping farmers maximize their production by offering sound agronomic recommendations, high-quality products, and superior service.  We are eager to bring new offerings to the farmers of east central Indiana, and are confident that our team will add value to their operations.”