AgVenture East Coast Seed Grows - Adds Matt Daudt

KENTLAND, INDIANA  — AgVenture East Coast Seed today announced they have hired Seaford, Delaware’s Matt Daudt to serve the region’s crop producers as AgVenture Yield Specialist. Daudt will work directly with growers one-on-one to provide them with year-round professional seed support focused on helping growers increase profitability on ever acre.

AgVenture East Coast Seed is an independently owned and operated regional seed company providing producers across Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania with AgVenture’s top quality lineup of locally adapted seed products. In addition, the company provides customers with professional seed services support on their farms and in their fields.

AgVenture East Coast Seed General Manager, Mark Davis said, “We’re very pleased to bring Matt on board. He’ll be a valuable asset to our customers. His strong background in plant sciences and agronomy combined with AgVenture’s commitment to growers and their profitability will serve our customers well.”

Daudt gained valuable and practical work experiences during his college years and through work and internship experiences. Most recently, he worked as a crop insurance adjuster. “My work experiences showed me how much I value time spent working with growers and helping them improve practices that enhance profitability. I look forward to working with our customers and to delivering the tools and techniques that help them advance their goals.”

East Coast Seed participates in the Maximum Profit System™ (MPS), an intensive education initiative and systematic approach to increasing bushels produced per acre, lowering cost per bushel and maximizing yield on every acre. Davis noted, “Adding Matt to our team allows us to have more hands-on time with our customers and extend the reach of our MPS program. It’s an approach that is producing dramatic results and helping our customers gain more profit from every field. Matt will be instrumental in our MPS efforts with growers.”

Daudt holds a Bachelor’s Degree in plant sciences from University of Delaware. Daudt resides in the community in which he was born and raised, Seaford, DE.