CenterPoint Payroll Software customer, M.A. & Sons, was featured in the December issue of Successful Farming. In the article, “Growing Chiles the Garay Way”, Mary Alice Garay and her sons discuss the challenges, as well as their successes competing in New Mexico’s Hatch Valley, the Chile Capital of the World.
Red Wing Software CenterPoint Accounting and Payroll customer Dick Wittman was featured in the December issue of Farm Futures. In the article, “Beyond Basic Bookkeeping”, Dick discusses how the benefits of professional, financial management, can add value to your business.
Lambert VanderMade, a CenterPoint Accounting and Payroll customer, is featured monthly in the Dairy Today publication in the section, Dollars and Sense.
Red Wing Software CenterPoint Accounting and Payroll customer Sunburst Dairy, was featured in the January 1, issue of Progressive Dairyman, as a panel member in a roundtable discussion on A.I. & Breeding.
By Stephanie Elsen
Red Wing Software customer Indy Family Farms has been honored twice in recent months: once with a Certification Award and another with a story in the popular Progressive Farmer Magazine.
In July 2012, Indy Family Farms, in Greenwood, Indiana was awarded Environmental Certification by Validus for their commitment to environmental cropland stewardship. The award recognizes a farmer's commitment to caring for the land and implementing exceptional conservation practices while applying strong security measures throughout the farm.
Indy Family Farms was also featured in the September 2012 issue of Progressive Farming Magazine! The story focused on the use of technology to help grow their family business.
Congratulations to Indy Family Farms!
Rob Richards and sons Eric and Aaron Dave Charrlin Photography
The Campbell Family (Total Seed Production, Inc.) has been a family business since 1936 – formally Campbell Seed, Inc.). Campbell Seed sold the retail portion of the business in 2006 and started Total Seed Production at the same facility. Total Seed Production is still owned by Scott Campbell, CEO; daughter Christy Conaway and husband Aaron Conaway, President and son Ryan Campbell, Vice President. The farm (place of business) has been in the family since 1850. The Campbell Family was the proud recipient of the Sesquicentennial Award at the 2012 Indiana State Fair.
Homestead Award Program Info:
In honor of Indiana's rich agricultural heritage, the Hoosier Homestead Award Program recognizes families with farms that have been owned by the same family for 100 years or more. Indiana family farms may qualify for the following:
- Centennial Award - 100 years of ownership
- Sesquicentennial Award - 150 years of ownership
- Bicentennial Award - 200 years of ownership
The program was instituted in 1976 and recognizes the contributions these family farms have made to the economic, cultural and social advancements of Indiana. In the past 30 years, more than 5,000 farms have received the honor.
(In the photo: Ryan, Andrea & Charlie Campbell; Carrie, Lucky, Dallas & Parker Capshaw; Christy, Aaron, Maverick & Oliver (not pictured son Raleigh) Conaway; along with employee Matt Cline.
Visit their Web site at www.totalseedproduction.com.