SoilRight – a Soil Management Services Company

Our mission is to keep your family on the farm by providing economically wise, environmentally sound information, through science and technology, so that you can manage your resources and produce profit.

Our vision is to be the fastest, most reliable, and accurate information source.  And since our beginnings in 1986 in Shipman, IL, we’ve partnered with farmers all across North America to help them manage resources and produce profits, year after year.

We’re blessed to have continually grown over the years and currently support over 80,000 acres and 100+ farmers across with virtually all crops from corn, soybeans and wheat, to vegetables and fruit.

Randy Darr, President, SoilRight

Randy Darr, President

Randy is a 1986 graduate of Western Illinois University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Agriculture Education and a 2011 graduate of Missouri Baptist University where he received an MBA. Randy began Soil-Right Consulting Services in October of 1986 specializing in soil and crop health issues and now services over 80,000 acres across Illinois, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Randy is proudly affiliated with Brookside Laboratories of New Bremen, Ohio and serves on its Board of Directors.

Randy was honored to be chosen as Crop Consultant of the Year in 1989 for his involvement in promoting the crop consulting profession. He is also a Certified Professional Crop Consultant-Independent and a member of the National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants.

Randy and his wife Deborah have been married since 1987 and have four children and three grandchildren. Randy is heavily involved in the local community by being the head cook for their local High School football games, along with being in charge of frying fish at their town Homecoming. As a hobby, Randy does some catering from time to time for friends and family.

Allison Jonjak, Geospatial Information Systems Technician

Allison’s passion for precision agriculture took root on her family’s cranberry farm, founded by her grandfather in 1939 and farmed by her father to this day. Following a youth of hand-weeding, irrigation management, product testing, and record-keeping, Allison went to the University of Minnesota to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Systems and Agricultural Engineering.

After earning her BS, she was awarded a research assistantship at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she earned her MS in Biological Systems Engineering by focusing on Precision Agriculture. Her Master’s thesis furthered the development of prescriptions for variable rate liming applications. Allison has maintained her focus on geospatial statistics and computer systems throughout her work teaching at UNL and as a key resource for GIS data at FamilyFarms Group.

She has furthered her skills participating in AgGateway’s Field Operations Working Group, and by presenting at conferences of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Systems Engineers and the International Society of Precision Agriculture. She participates in her family’s cranberry harvests whenever possible, and is always keeping pace with how technology can improve the implementation of agriculture, and the everyday lives of farmers.

Ready to Improve Your Farm Operations?

If your answer is yes, and you’re concerned about controlling costs, protecting the environment, and increasing the health of your soil, we would love to meet with you one-on-one for a free consultation.

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