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Idaho-based Eagle Eye Produce releases spring potato planting video

It’s been said that seeing is believing, and sometimes giving customers and consumers a peek into your operations is a surefire way to gain their trust. This is a strategy Eagle Eye Produce has long believed in, launching innovative short videos to spread its message in a unique way. Most recently, the company released a montage video highlighting its spring potato planting in Eastern Idaho.

“Videos like this are a great tool to open a dialogue with our customers and show them each step of the potato growing process,” said Dallin Klinger of Marketing and Communications. “It’s also important for people to know that the ag business doesn’t stop. Our farmers have always been essential, and during these hard times it really brings that idea to the foreground.”

According to Dallin, Eagle Eye’s potato season is off to a great start. All of the grower’s crops in Idaho are planting on time and everything is expected to be in the ground within the next couple of weeks.

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