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Medius Ag announces expanded agricultural data management services, new Director of Business Development

Agricultural data management company Medius Ag is announcing the expansion of its software solutions to a broader range of commodities around the globe through the launch of its new platform, Medius.Re. Since its creation in 2015, the company has focused exclusively on potatoes, reflecting its roots.

Medius Ag is also announcing the addition of Ryan Krabill as the company’s Director of Business Development. Mr. Krabill, a 15-year veteran of U.S. agriculture and early collaborator with Medius Ag, will manage outreach to other commodities around the globe from his office in Denver, Colorado.

“We are excited to roll out Medius.Re — a completely scalable, collaborative solution that empowers agriculture to address more fundamental challenges like productivity, supply chain stability, food security and sustainability while maintaining profitability,” said Medius Ag founder and president, Bradley Halladay.

“We also could not be more pleased with the addition of Ryan to our team. With his experience, we believe he is uniquely positioned to help us expand our role within agriculture.”

The company will continue to focus on its clear strength of delivering reliable and collaborative software tools that improve decisions, particularly in variety development. To date, more than 52,000 variety records and 43,000 images have been standardized by Medius Ag, leading one potato industry leader to call it “the best money the potato industry has ever spent.”

For more information, please visit https://medius.re/news/what-is-medius-re. You can also connect with Medius Ag on social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Medius Ag is a privately held company affiliated with E.K. Bare & Sons, Inc. Founded in 1948, E.K. Bare is a wholesale chipping potato supplier servicing potato chip processors in the eastern United States. It is in its fourth generation of family management.

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