Dulaney Seed, Inc. of Clarksdale, Mississippi, announces the hiring of two new AgVenture yield specialists.
Bobby Bowlin will serve producers in eastern Arkansas. Bowlin granduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation. While in Starkville, he held a golf scholarship and also was a member of the nationally recognized Mississippi State University Fishing Team.
He joined the Mississippi Army National Guard to help pay for school, completed MSU Army ROTC, and while in the program earned the honor of top-ranked cadet. He earned his jump wings after completing the U.S. Army Airborne School at Fort Benning, Ga. Born in Jackson Miss. and raised in Rankin County, Bowlin grew up working in his family’s business, Bowlin Foundation Repair, based at Canton, Mississippi.
Bowlin currently resides in Clarksdale, Mississippi, but will relocate to eastern Arkansas to be accessible to the area he serves.
Drew Denton will serve customers in southwestern Tennessee. A native of Bolivar, Tenn., Denton earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Plant and Soil Science from the University of Tennessee at Martin and holds a Master of Science in agronomy from Mississippi State University.
Throughout his college experience, Denton was deeply engaged in crop research, working at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center, and conducting corn, soybean, and cotton research for his advising professors.
Denton resides in Bolivar, Tennessee.
AgVenture, Inc. is the nation’s largest network of independently owned regional seed companies.