Opportunities In Irrigation

August 4, 2021 12:00 am
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Michael Pippen

Director of Business Development

My guest will be Michael Pippen, Director of Business Development at Jain Irrigation. Michael is involved in agriculture and irrigation and been exposed to many opportunities often overlooked.

Michael is active with the irrigation association and worked in farming, irrigation, and manufacturing. 

We will review opportunities in agricultural and landscape irrigation and uncover opportunities available to anyone in or thinking of joining the irrigation industry.  

It will be an informative session providing solid direction for planning your first or next move in the irrigation industry.  

Michael Pippen

Director of Business Development

My entire career and personal life has been immersed in the agriculture industry. Being raised on a farm in the Mississippi River Delta, my background is in the commodity crops of cotton, corn, and soybeans. My professional career has been focused in the specialty fruit, vegetable and nut crops, however I now am spending considerable time in the commercial landscape market as well. Early in my career I provided CRM, design and sales services. More recently I have concentrated on market development, team management and strategic planning. I believe my experience at the field, distributor and manufacturer level gives me a unique perspective. My career passion is to provide practical solutions to help growers and property managers make better decisions by utilizing field proven technologies. 

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There are three basic irrigation fittings available, and your selection of the three makes a significant difference in water savings.

Selecting the correct fitting for your particular irrigation project does not seem that difficult until you do a google search. So many fittings and so little time. This drives you crazy because picking the wrong fitting results in callbacks, water waste, and slowdowns on the job. You don’t need any of that, and we are here to help again this week.

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