The U.S. Custom Harvesters Incorporated has a new president. Plymouth, Nebraska-based custom forage cutter Glen Jantzen was elected into the role at the conclusion of the annual convention. He says forage cutters face exactly the same issues as the custom combiners. “We’re still moving equipment long distances, looking for help and are interested in CDL training. It’s a nationwide industry.” Jantzen isn’t looking for big changes during his term. “We have a good system in place for most everything. We want to continue on programs like labor, driver’s licensing and keep membership growing. We have a fantastic board and it will be a great year.”
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