November 13, 2020

FarmTogether Welcomes New Senior Farm Manager

by Sara Wensley

Director, Growth and Marketing

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FarmTogether Welcomes New Senior Farm Manager
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FarmTogether is excited to announce the addition of Dale Arthur to the FarmTogether team as our new Senior Farm Manager.

FarmTogether is excited to announce the addition of Dale Arthur as our new Senior Farm Manager.

Dale has over 30 years of farm management experience for institutional clients along with over 10 years of agricultural real estate brokerage experience. His management experience includes nuts, vineyards, citrus, tree fruit along with orchard and vineyard development.

Dale holds a BS in Animal Science from UC Davis, and a MS in Agricultural Business from Cal State University Fresno. He is a designated farm manager (AFM) with the Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers.

I am thrilled and honored to welcome Dale Arthur to our team. Dale brings invaluable on-the-ground experience having worked with a wide variety of farms and farmers during his 30-year farm management career. In his role, Dale will primarily focus on farm management and improvement. However, he will also assist our investment data science teams by contributing his practical experience to our underwriting process. We are deeply grateful to have a professional of Dale's caliber join us. - Artem Milinchuk (Founder & CEO, FarmTogether)
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