Staff

BLAKE REYNOLDS

Blake Reynolds is the owner of Reynolds Ag Solutions. He coordinates the day-to-day operations of the company and leads the charge on sales. He is also a certified Precision Planting technician.

Blake grew up working on the farm with his dad and grandfathers. As a freshman in high school, he started an FFA Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) project with 4.3 acres of crop ground and has been raising corn, soybeans and alfalfa ever since. The Indianola native has a bachelors degree in agricultural studies with a minor in agronomy from Iowa State University.

Blake serves on the Warren County Corn Growers board, as an assistant commissioner for the Warren Soil and Water District, and as a Warren County Fair board director and Building and Grounds Committee Chairman.


ZAC PRESTON

Zac Preston serves as the shop manager and sales associate. He joined the Reynolds Ag Solutions team in 2013 and coordinates the repairs, installations and other shop work. Zac is a certified Precision Planting technician, provides mapping expertise and offers technical support to customers.

The Carlisle native grew up on a diversified grain and livestock farm and has a bachelors degree in Ag Systems Technology from Iowa State University. Zac started his career as a project manager at PMI, a company that designs, builds and maintains grain and material handling facilities.

Zac serves as a Warren County Fair Board Director and is also a superintendent on the Buildings and Grounds Committee.

To reach Zac, call 515-360-3333 or email zac@reynoldsagsolutions.com.


MARTIN REYNOLDS

Martin Reynolds is an office and shop assistant with Reynolds Ag solutions, and Blake's dad. Martin is a Warren county native and grew up farming with his dad and then with his father in law.

Martin and his wife Jo spent 27 years in the feed business where Blake helped for years and figured out that he enjoyed the agronomy side more than the animal side of Agriculture.

Currently, Martin divides his time between Reynolds Ag Solutions and helping his other son Brandon with their cowherd. He is Treasure of the Warren Co. Cattlemen's Association and President of the Warren County (fair) Association.

To reach Martin, call 515-314-8663