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Bob Streit is a well-known and respected agronomist, plant scientist, crop consultant, international speaker and expert in educating audiences and individuals on healthy soils, the production of healthy, nutrient dense crops and how they relate to good human health. His college education at Iowa State University was in Plant Pathology, Pest Management, and Agronomy. Bob has over 40 years of experience in crop consulting, farm management, research, technology and product development.
Central Iowa Agronomics was founded by Bob in 2002. He is an expert in production and technology, providing a complete line of agronomy services and advising growers through the entire cropping season. These services include crop consulting; soil and tissue sampling; formulation of weed, insect and fertility management programs; and helping to test and develop new products for commercial use.
In 2003, Bob helped found Central Iowa Agronomy and Supply, an input supply company that carries a complete line of agronomy products which improve plant health, eliminate or reduce diseases pressure, boost mineral levels and increase yields while being cost effective. CIAS is known for providing cutting edge products that were developed by deep thinking, innovative researchers in the U.S. and other countries. This allows their customers to be on the forefront of modernized producers. A focus in recent years has been to find safer and softer products to support healthy soils and regenerative Ag.
Bob is actively involved in projects with soil remediation, making biological assessments of growing environments, developing systems to clean up and energize food and water supplies, and doing test trials of products. In 2003, Bob was selected to serve on the USDA Soybean Rust Task Force which has given him the opportunity to work on specific problems in crop production with the top plant pathologists and plant disease specialists in South America. Bob’s greatest gift is his ability to connect with people all over the world to bring new product solutions to market.
Bob contributes articles to several magazines and writes a weekly column for an Iowa based Ag newspaper. He has been interviewed in several foreign countries and has appeared in several movies dealing with soil, plant, and human health. For years Bob was the voice of DeKalb Genetics on WHO radio. In recent years he and Carol have been working with several medical companies to steer their products to support the health of rural families and consumers. To learn more go to https://www.centraliowaag.com/.
Howard Vlieger is a Farmer,Scientist, Crop and Livestock Nutrition Adviser located near Maurice, IA. In 1979 he became manager of the thirdgeneration family farm where he was born and raised in northwest Iowa. He describeshimself as a “Student of the Soil,” studying why and how the soil works and howto improve it to increase agricultural productivity and sustainability. Thefocus of their diversified farming operations that include beef, pork, lamb,broilers, turkeys, and produce eggs is on nutrient density rather than just commodityproduction. This is achieved through no-till,cover crop, and regenerative agricultural farming practices.
Howard expanded the scope of their operations tosupport other farmers in 1992 by providing crop and livestock nutrition advisorywork when he founded Vlieger Farm Supply (VFS) as a full service cropproduction business offering seed, fertilizer, and a full line of cropproduction products and custom application. Verity Farms was an extension toVFS and offered soil friendly products and know how to farmers across the USand Canada in order to reduce their dependency on chemical- based farming andtransition to biological/regenerative and/or organic crop production methods. Howardhas taught regenerative agricultural principles to farmers across the US andCanada.
He is a co-author and theprimary coordinator of a first of its kind scientific study on the feeding ofGMO corn and soybean meal and Non-GMO corn and soybean meal to pigs for theirlifetime as a meat animal. This scientific study was published in 2013 and is afrequently cited authority on this topic.
Howard serves on the board ofdirectors for the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA), the Council forHealthy Food Systems (CHFS) and the advisory board for GMO Free USA. In 2017,Howard cofounded and became the managing director of Contact Organics USA (COUSA)Inc. as well as president and secretary of the board of directors of COUSA. Inthis capacity, he works with scientists and researchers around the worlddeveloping effective solutions, based on the latest science, for the real-lifeproblems farmers are experiencing in production agriculture. He is an internationally recognized educatorand speaker on the topics of regenerative farming, GMOs and glyphosate based herbicides.
Dr. Arden Andersen is a Kansas farmer, Colonel and flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, educator, and family and occupational medicine physician. He grew up on a dairy farm, starting his career teaching high school vocational agriculture and coaching boys track. He went on to become a well known consultant in sustainable agriculture, requested from all over the world to lecture. The science of how and what we grow to how it affects our bodies motivated him to become a family practice physician. Arden uses his skills as a physician in serving his country, having joined the U.S. Air Force Reserves in 1997. He is a family, occupational medicine, and holistic physician with a emphasis on preventative medicine and public health.
Arden lectures on the link between soil and human health, on public health issues, and real preventive medicine. He has a firm grasp of the underlying causes of illness and disease, environmental health and the contribution to human and animal illness and disease, the link between soil/human health and climatic issues, pandemics, and the underlying solutions needed to return harmony and health to all living systems.
He has authored several books including Real Medicine-Real Health, Science In Agriculture, and The Anatomy of Life and Energy In Agriculture. Arden is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, the Kansas Osteopathic Association, a certified Cenegenics trained physician, and President of the American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine.
Arden holds a bachelor of science in Agriculture/Agricultural Education from The University of Arizona. He has a masters of science in Public Health from the University of South Florida, a PhD in Agricultural Biophysics from Clayton University, and a doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, California. He is board certified in Public Health and Prolotherapy
Dr. Don M. Huber, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology atPurdue University, holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Idaho(1957, 1959), a Ph-D from Michigan State University (1963), and is a graduateof the US Army Command & General Staff College, Industrial College of theArmed Forces, and National Security Program. He was Cereal Pathologist at the University of Idaho for 8 years beforejoining the Department of Botany & Plant Pathology at Purdue University in1971. His agricultural research the past55 years has focused on the epidemiology and control of soilborne plant pathogenswith emphasis on microbial ecology, cultural and biological controls,nutrient-disease interactions, pesticide-disease interactions, physiology ofhost-parasite relationships and techniques for rapid microbial identification. Dr. Huber has had several concurrent careers including14 years as a professional labor-relations conciliator with 7 years service onthe Indiana Education Employment Relations Board as aMediator/Fact-Finder/Conciliator. He retiredin 1995 as Associate Director of the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center(Colonel) after 41years of active and reserve military service during whichtime he also commanded A strategic Medical Intelligence Detachment for 8 yearswith the US Army Medical Intelligence and Information Agency and Office of theSurgeon General. Dr. Huber is a past Chairman of the USDA-APS National PlantDisease Recovery System; a member of the US Threat Pathogens Committee; formermember of the Advisory Board for the Office of Technology Assessment, U.S.Congress (now Congressional Research Service); and Global Epidemiology andQuadripartite Medical Working Groups of the Office of the US Surgeon General (OTSG). He is author or co-author of over 300journal articles, Experiment Station Bulletins, book chapters and reviewarticles; three books, and 84 special invited publications; and an activescientific reviewer; speaker; consultant to academia, industry, and government;and international research cooperator.