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One of the greatest parts of being an Agronomy Intern is getting to take in all the beauty that surrounds you while you’re out checking fields.
“Feeling on top of the world”
A panorama from the top of the highest point in the refinery looking out over the plant and the surrounding farmland.
Nick prepares bookbags with school supplies to hand out to children in area schools.
Chad, front and center, has learned and promoted the promise of safety. Throughout his internship, Chad has been cheered on by his co-workers for his superb safety awareness. Chad believes in ‘Safety from the Start’.
On August 1st I assisted Paul in putting up safety stickers on Wykoff’s anhydrous ammonia tank. Labeling is very important with hazardous materials.
Eric (left) counts boxes on a storage shelf while harnessed into a safety cage. Nick (right) is driving the forklift with his seatbelt on.
On the Job
Mackenzie scouting soybeans in Farley Township, Polk Co, MN
“Love what you do, and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
In the field tissue and soil samples
Engineering Co-ops Joshua and William show their CHS pride, standing near the CHS sign at the Mankato facility’s main office building. Sporting their C’s of CHS shirts, they are proud to let others know of the wonderful company they work for.
Careers at CHS
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