Welcome to Schlipf Precision Ag
Schlipf Precision Ag is here to increase the efficiency and profitability of your farming operation. Bottom line: Your success is our goal. We are farmers who know the value of reliable equipment, technology, and information. Most of the products and services we sell, we use ourselves – whether it be planter attachments, fertilizer systems, or decision making software.
~ Rich Schlipf, Owner
Rich & Kathy Schlipf
Rich and Kathy Schlipf have been involved in farming their whole lives. While their farm and business have changed shape over the years, their desire to be a proactive part in feeding the world and leave their farm a better place for the next generation has been a constant. Rich leads the management decisions at Schlipf Precision Ag, and enjoys talking to growers, helping them make decisions to benefit their operations. And the business could not be successful without Kathy’s time spent event planning, chipping in wherever extra hands are needed, and keeping everyone well fed.
Chris and Katy Stoller
Chris and Katy and their two children live just north of the farm and enjoy being part of the family business. Chris is the office and financial manager and Katy works in the shop and does marketing.
Ben and his wife Sarah have recently moved back to the area after many years in Central Illinois. His knowledge of Precision Planting projects provides great in-depth diagnostic help, and the perspective gained from seeing many different farms in his travels allows us to design custom fit solutions for each of our customer’s needs. He continues to do part time work as a Design Engineer for Precision Planting in between our unique projects here at Schlipf Precision Ag.
Kevin and his wife Megan have recently moved back to the area. He is serving as a sales representative while also developing new business solutions.
Mark Jackson, Nate Mikel, Dylan Tom, and Jake Wilkinson comprise the rest of the team based at Milford.
As is typical of any small business, they find themselves filling many roles. From answering tech support calls to assisting with prototype testing, from equipment installation to on farm service calls, from making sales calls to trouble-shooting, their days are filled with variety.