Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) is proud to expand the business into a key strip-tillage market. Eric Moore is the new Company Agronomist and Regional Sales Manager for Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska. In this role, Moore serves as the primary agronomic resource for the ETS sales team and is responsible for direct sales of SoilWarrior® zone tillage equipment to innovative farmers. He also manages exclusive dealer locations in his sales area.Moore ETS

Moore is a former Account Manager with DuPont Pioneer where he managed a sales territory on the Front Range of Colorado and provided product, agronomy and sales training for his team. He held two other roles at Pioneer that contributed to his sales and agronomy experience – Sales Effectiveness Manager and Area Agronomist. His background also includes providing full service crop consulting as the owner and operator of an independent agronomy firm. Moore has a bachelor’s degree in crop science from Fort Hays State University.  

“ETS provides not just equipment, but a full system for strip-tillage and nutrient management. An agronomic foundation is crucial to our customers’ success,” explains Brent Brueland, ETS Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Eric’s experience managing agronomy trials and communicating insights to a sales team and customers is an asset that will allow ETS to continue to lead in the strip-tillage market. The addition of Eric to our agronomy and sales team enhances the company’s ability to provide value to our customers as they maximize productivity while minimizing their environmental impact."

Environmental Tillage Systems is a premier manufacturer of zone tillage equipment located in Faribault, Minn. Its flagship product is the SoilWarrior, a complete strip-till system that enhances soil productivity and farm profitability. ETS products set the standard for in-field performance, machine durability, and ease of operation. Founded on a farm in southeast Minnesota, the company now serves clients in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. To learn more, visit soilwarrior.com.